Along with the weavers and fiber artisans demonstrating their skills last weekend at El Camino Real Historic Trail Site's Fiber Fair was a small flock of the wool-bearers themselves, Navajo-Churro sheep.
The Magdalena Village Board met in regular session Monday night to consider items on a shorter than normal agenda.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decided May 20 to kill M1130, a male Mexican wolf, in Catron County.
In a repeat of last year, Socorro Electric Cooperative members failed to show up in numbers that met quorum requirements last Saturday at Macey Center for the annual membership meeting.
Ceremonies will be held at both the San Miguel and Socorro City cemeteries Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day.
The 110 children enrolled at the Early Childhood Development Center on Garfield Street enjoyed an afternoon of play last Thursday, May 14, to celebrate the end of the school year and beginning of summer vacation.
Socorro City Clerk George Patrick Salome Jr. received the Clerk of the Year award from the New Mexico Municipal Clerks & Finance Officers Association at its recent meeting in Clovis.
With the dedication of the new $24 million state Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources building at New Mexico Tech on May 8, another transition is imminent.
Socorro Electric Cooperative's 70th annual membership meeting is coming up Saturday.
To celebrate Mother's Day, the not-for-profit organization Birthright of Socorro held a raffle May 5 to help area mothers and mothers-to-be.
Dating back to well over a century ago wool was a big business with tens of thousands of sheep that needed to be sheared every year in Socorro County.
The much ballyhooed new set of bylaws for Socorro Electric Cooperative were adopted Saturday at a special members meeting at Finley Gym by a vote of 953-797, a 54- to 46-percent margin.