The Wednesday Socorro Electric Cooperative meeting took on elements of a court case as acting board chairman David Wade played inquisitor by shooting questions at board member Charlie Wagner designed to imply Wagner had done something improper subsequent to the Co-op's District V election.
Socorro County celebrated a relatively smooth election day Tuesday according to County Clerk Rebecca Vega. During a time that many counties and states were experiencing long lines at the polling stations, Socorro County's polls were done by 7 p.m.
Some new faces will appear on the Alamo Chapter and Alamo School Board starting Jan. 1.
Bringing people to Socorro from all across the country this weekend, the 33rd annual New Mexico Mineral Symposium is held Saturday and Sunday and provides a forum for both professionals and amateurs interested in mineralogy.
(“D” indicates Democrat, “R” indicates Republican and “I” indicates incumbent) State Senate District 28 Howie C. Morales (D-I) 4,362 State Senate District 30 Clemente Sanchez (D) 490 Vickie S. Perea…[Read more]
New Mexico Tech is looking to build a new building to house the multi-function geology department. The college wants to make the department more accessible and safer, as well as bring all its functions into one building. The new facility would accommodate the museum, state geology bureau, storage, teaching and lab spaces currently spread throughout several different areas of the campus.
Barbara and Antonio Mendez met in Taos where they established a solid on-again-off-again relationship.
A hearing to determine if Socorro Electric Cooperative will need to release more than just the names of its members to interested parties ended abruptly on Oct. 11 when the judge asked the attorney for petitioners Charlene West, Carol Pittman and Sara Robinson to rewrite a writ of mandamus.
The Socorro Electric Co-op District V trustee election takes place Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Datil Elementary School Gym in Datil. Voting starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 4…[Read more]