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.
New Mexico Tech's Performing Arts Series makes sure the youth of the community don't lose out when performance art comes to town.
At Cottonwood Valley Charter School parents and students are cheering because the dress code has relaxed a little bit for the upcoming school year. The students still must don collared shirts, but they can wear jeans to school.
Due to unexpected budget shortfalls, Magdalena Schools Superintendent Mike Chambers is making some significant changes in the schools.
Three years ago Frances Deters took a full kitchen to the farmers market and started cooking. She cooked and served the fresh vegetables from the market right there for everyone to taste.
Gov. Susana Martinez announced this year's letter grades last week for New Mexico's 839 elementary, middle and high schools. Over 70 percent of New Mexico schools maintained or improved their school grade, with high schools across the state showing the greatest improvement.