Dealing with off-road vehicles was nothing new to Rachel Shroyer, a former New Mexico Tech student.
The New Mexico Supreme Court last week chose not to consider a petition filed by Ray and Carol Pittman of Datil to order the Office of the State Engineer to dismiss an application from San Augustin Plains Ranch LLC.
Spending her first few years on a sprawling ranch owned by her uncle, Paula Mertz preferred to be either reading or riding horses.
New Mexico State Police released the names of those involved in the rollover-fatality car accident about seven miles south of Socorro last Thursday.
Nov. 15 has been marked on Socorro Mayor Ravi Bhasker's calendar for months — the date of the meeting for Socorro Electric Cooperative's third district.
Three men were arrested last Thursday, Oct. 30 following a vehicle pursuit by Socorro Police Department, which also led officers to chase one person on foot.
Silenced now is the political landscape following the Tuesday mid-term general election in Socorro County.
Two members of the New Mexico Tech men's rugby club, The Pygmies, have been selected to USA Rugby's National Collegiate Rugby Scholar Honor Roll.
Socorro High School's boys' and girls' soccer teams take to the field this Saturday for the opening round of the New Mexico National Guard State Soccer Championships.
A new book containing the most complete set of photographs of Socorro in one volume goes on sale Monday, Nov. 3.
In an effort to have more control over the municipality's water, the Magdalena Village Board of Trustees has drafted an ordinance to restrict the drilling of new domestic water wells within 300 feet of a municipal distribution water line, if the property is inside village limits.
Giving your two cents in real time is now available through the mapping cooperation between Cibola National Forest and the U.S. Geological Survey.