The Socorro Electric Cooperative meeting that was supposed to happen on Tuesday didn't.
In an update from Rep. Don Tripp in Santa Fe, he said the House has passed the state budget.
“We did pass the budget out with a few amendments,” Tripp said. “There is some educational reform in it.”
U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) met with students and faculty at New Mexico Tech on Feb. 22, then journeyed through Socorro on an economic tour.
School board elections, including several funding options, are over. Feb. 5 elections results in Socorro and Catron counties are official; canvassing has been completed.
Polling places in Socorro County Districts 1 to 4 can vote at either the Socorro Schools Administration Building, 700 Franklin St. in Socorro or the Socorro County Annex at 198…[Read more]
After some debate, the Socorro Electric Cooperative trustees voted to hold this year's annual meeting on May 18, with registration beginning at 1 p.m.
Aspen Saige was a complete surprise to her parents Amanda Guerro and Patrick Betone of Alamo.
"Caught in the Villain's Web" features the usual melodrama problems — an overbearing mother trying to force her son into a loveless marriage, the son instead falling in love with the young nurse hired to care for the hypochondriac matriarch, the villain trying to ruin everything, and the hero son saving the girl of his dreams from certain death.
During the Dec. 28 meeting of the Socorro Electric Cooperative, trustees voted to resubmit all the previously proposed resolutions to the 2013 annual meeting, that failed to pass during the 2012 meeting.
A civil war re-enactment held near Escondida every year is a "positive, family oriented event," says organizer Charles Mandeville.
The deadline for Socorro and Magdalena school board candidates to declare their candidacy was Dec. 18. All open positions in both communities are contested and the election will be held…[Read more]
Two men representing the Augustin Plains Ranch LLC, met with about 75 community members in Magdalena to answer questions regarding the ranch's application to the State Engineer to operate 37 wells, pulling about 50,000 acre-feet of water a year from the vast underground basin.