A new season brings new art and artists showing at Vertu Fine Art Gallery, where a new exhibit, "Visually Vital," opens Wednesday, April 30.
To coincide with Saturday's annual open house at the Trinity Site, the Tularosa Basin Downriders and Las Mujeres Hablan will convene a peaceful demonstration, informing the public and honoring those injured by the first atomic detonation.
Following a presentation Tuesday focused on a new program that may be implemented within classrooms in Socorro's school district as early as the 2014 fall semester, dozens of questions from teachers and parents arose.
New Mexico State Police were able to rescue a hiker in the Ladron Mountains early Monday morning, with help from search and rescue volunteers.
The New Mexico Rodeo Association Membership Drive Rodeo will be held this Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30, at the Socorro County Fairgrounds.
Filing day for write-in candidates for the June 3 primary election in New Mexico was Tuesday, March 18; according to Socorro County Clerk Rebecca Vega, there were no local write-ins.
Monday's city council meeting began with the Mayor Ravi Bhasker and the re-elected councilors being sworn in, followed by an overview of the governing rules and the mayor's committee appointments — one of which reflected a key topic in the recent mayoral election.
During the city council meeting March 3, members of the community showed their support and talked about future plans for the new soccer fields on Highway 60.
Socorro mayoral candidates Ravi Bhasker and Michael Olguin, Jr., went back and forth answering a variety of questions during a public forum Feb. 20 at the county annex.
El Camino Real Historic Trail Site, formerly El Camino Real International Heritage Center, sheds light on the role of New Mexico's early forts Saturday, March 1, during Historic Forts Day.
Incumbent Mayor Ravi Bhasker and challenger City Councilor Michael Olguin, Jr., will answer voters' questions from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. today, Feb. 20, at the Socorro County Annex, 198 Neel Ave. Light refreshments will be served.
Surf the internet for any length of time and one is bound to come across a homemade video.
Mandatory harvest deadlines are fast approaching for hunters and trappers who held licenses for New Mexico's 2013-14 seasons.
New Mexico Tech has formed a Strategic Planning Committee that will be developing a new three-to-five-year plan for the university.
The American Association of University Women announced last week that New Mexico Tech along with 10 other schools will receive a total of $45,000 in grants for campus projects.
The Office of the State Engineer and New Mexico Intestate Stream Commission encourages New Mexicans to plan ahead for drought and engage in water conservation. Farmers and ranchers are particularly vulnerable to drought impacts and we encourage our agriculture community to plan ahead.
Socorro Electric Cooperative's Board of Trustees gathered at the co-op's board room at 310 Abeyta for the first meeting in the new year to choose its officers.
Stan Towner, Natural Resources Conservation Service District Conservationist of the Datil Service Center, was named the Rangeland Manager of the Year for 2013 by the New Mexico Section of the Society of Range Management, during the winter SRM meeting held in T. or C. on Jan. 8, 2014.
Voters in Magdalena will have the opportunity to cast their vote for one of four additional candidates vying for village trustee. Jan. 14, was the one day reserved for a person to submit his or her name to be considered a write-in candidate.