For what is probably the first year in Socorro Electric Cooperative history, districts that are not electing trustees are holding business meetings. These meetings do have the ability to develop bylaw amendment suggestions to bring before the membership in the next annual meeting.
The first of the Socorro County Electric Cooperative district meetings took place Oct. 5 in Quemado.
Bill Christy admits he has taken an offbeat approach to chronicling the Korean War.
Socorro General Hospital has moved many of the services surrounding it into a new building designed to provide a better, more comfortable environment to patients and caregivers.
This month most of the planet watching will be concentrated around early evening or early morning hours. Venus brightens to an incredible magnitude of -4.5 as it hangs about 10…[Read more]
The Lady Warriors played a double-header, against two different teams, Sept. 21 at home, losing both matches 0-3. Improvement is evident in their game as the Lady Warriors volleyball team…[Read more]
Four years ago Cecilia Robles was diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease.
On Wednesday, Sept. 4, at approximately 3:37 p.m. New Mexico State Police officers responded to the scene of a two vehicle crash on Interstate 25 near mile marker 167, south…[Read more]
John Conger, acting deputy under secretary of defense, sent a letter Aug. 7 stating the official opposition of the Department of Defense to the “preferred alternative route” of the proposed…[Read more]
From noon until 5 p.m. Aug. 9, a health fair at Finley Gym offers a variety of information with a focus on children going back to school. There will be…[Read more]
At the Socorro Electric Cooperative's July 24 meeting, dates, times and some places were set for 2013 district meetings. In the past, co-op districts have only had meetings during election years, but this year, as demanded by a new bylaw amendment, all the districts will have meetings regardless of whether it is an election year or not.
Training in the mountains near Magdalena, the Air Force and Marines sometimes ruffle the feathers of concerned local citizens. Now the training commands are asking for a special use permit that will cover all their training for an extended period of time.