Monday and Tuesday were great days for the Lady Warriors golfers for many reasons.
The Socorro softball team played a doubleheader against Hatch Valley last Friday.
I'm learning a new word: meh.
New Mexico Tech staff and students are encouraging everyone on campus to take a stand against sexual assault and harassment.
Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) Secretary Monique Jacobson has been making rounds to local media outlets in regard to changes and goals to the department.
A new mobile pantry to supplement seniors in need of nutritious food is coming next month to Socorro, according to El Camino Real Housing Authority officials.
Following last week's report from New Mexico Game and Fish regarding a duck that tested positive for avian influenza, local officials said there is almost no risk to humans.
The Socorro Warriors placed second at the Leroy Gooch Invitational tournament held in Ruidoso on April 13-14 behind the St. Mikes Horsemen of Santa Fe.
The Lady Warriors golf team has been lucky for their first five tournaments — weather-wise that is! Ruidoso was absolutely wonderful for this time of the year, according to Coach Margaret Stanley.
The Department of Game and Fish will conduct roadblocks throughout the state during hunting seasons to collect harvest data and to detect wildlife law violations.
Fishing season has begun in New Mexico — time for anglers to get a new license and enjoy all the fun.
You never know what you're going to find by looking down on the ground in New Mexico. When the wind blows things seem to magically appear under one's feet. Whether from being blown in from Arizona or rising up out of the dirt, it's magical.