The Socorro City Council approved an agreement with Dennis Engineering to evaluate the city's wastewater treatment plant during its regular meeting March 4.
The Socorro City Council got the ball rolling on one land sale and continued rolling with another sale, both in the industrial park, during its regular meeting March 4.
A Walmart manager is facing forgery and embezzlement charges after he allegedly tried to steal $2,200 from the store's safe.
A Socorro man is facing drug charges in District Court after his case was bound over from Magistrate Court last Wednesday, when the complaint against him was amended to include five additional charges.
Whether you partner up with a pal or soar solo, make plans today to join the adults arts party, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on March 23 at the Bodega Burger Co.'s banquet room.
When the Lady Warrior varsity basketball team wrote their "I am" goals earlier this year, they were serious. Each player wrote "I am going to play in the Pit." They said it, and they meant it.
The Steers basketball team's sensational season came to an abrupt halt on Saturday in the first round of the state tournament.
Magdalena's girls basketball coach Wally Sanchez has led the Class 1A Lady Steers to yet another winning season, which has become the norm for him.
The Socorro Warriors won first place in their first tournament of the year at Desert Lakes Golf Course in Alamogordo on Monday. They beat the Deming Wildcats by 12 shots. Seven teams competed in the Tiger Invite with the Socorro Warriors leading the field with a score of 325.
Hardly a day passes without Tim Jennings' name cropping up in Senate committees or floor discussions: "Sen. Jennings was working on… I was working with Sen. Jennings to…"
Each year, capital outlay funding is secured for important projects across our state. From enhancing educational facilities to local building renovations and community improvements, we have many areas with need for funding.
A few weeks ago I was picked up at the Nashville airport by a cheery taxi driver who, it turned out, was originally from Somalia. He fled his native country as it was being torn apart by a bitter and violent civil war, he told me, and escaped with family first to Nairobi, then to Damascus. (We marveled aloud at the irony of Syria, so convulsed with violence now, had then been his secure oasis.) I asked if he missed Somalia and he said he missed his family and the life they had but he didn't miss living in a country where the government failed to provide even the most basic services and the people were left to fend for themselves amid warring factions.
The New Mexico Safe Surrender event in Socorro last Saturday brought in 49 people to take care of their active warrants.
When Carol Caldwell returned to Midway Elementary after a number of years away, she experienced something of a shock. The parent teacher organization she'd worked so hard to establish when her daughter enrolled in fourth grade at the Polvadera school had ceased to exist. This time it was Caldwell's granddaughter who was about to start first grade at the small, 97-student school.
The Socorro County Commission reviewed the county's second quarter finance report during its regular meeting Feb. 26, and the two departments most over budget were the jail and solid waste department.
Photographer Bernadette Ulibarri is the Socorro Chamber of Commerce artist of the month for March.
Ulibarri, a former elementary teacher at schools in Socorro and Magdalena, started her business in 2008 but has been shooting photos all her life.
Socorro Soil and Water Conservation District manager Nyleen Troxel-Stowe resigned her post as Socorro's Save Our Bosque Task Force treasurer at the March 5 SOBTF board meeting.
People started calling IRIS PASSCAL Instrument Center investigator Richard Aster early Thursday morning to report a shaky feeling they had experienced.
The Bosquecito Road and flood mitigation project will soon be under way as the Socorro County Commission accepted the project's loan/grant agreement during its regular meeting Tuesday.
The U.S. Postal Service's plan to stop Saturday mail service will not affect package and post office box deliveries, nor Saturday window hours at either city or rural post offices, according to the Postal Service's Western Area corporate communications manager Brian Sperry.