Amid repeated objections by District 2 Trustee Charlie Wagner, the Socorro Electric Cooperative's Board of Trustees voted to schedule a special meeting of the members.
The Good Samaritan Society-Socorro, locally known simply as Good Sam's, is planning more renovations to its facility on Highway 60 thanks to a successful fundraiser in December.
After almost 50 years of writing thousands of policies from auto to homeowners insurance and taking care of hundreds of claims, State Farm agent Hubert Hardern is retiring.
A fraud and embezzlement case that began five years ago may finally be put to rest.
The year was 1862. The mining boom which would bring prosperity to Socorro would not start for another handful of years, but in the early 1860s Socorro was little more than mostly adobe homes and buildings with a population of about a thousand.
The 185 year-old La Sagrada Familia Church in Lemitar observed its rededication Monday with a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Santa Fe Michael J. Sheehan and Father Andy Pavlak of San Miguel Missions.
Its primary mission is to rescue soldiers and downed pilots in hostile combat areas, and the 58th Special Operations Wing operating out of Kirtland AFB continues to use the rough terrain of Cibola National Forest in Socorro County to train its combat personnel.
Patrick Sweeny and Jup Brown are running across America to promote physical activity and bring awareness to childhood obesity.
With spring on the way and anglers looking for the best fishing spot, Socorro bass fisherman Ron Gilworth has been spearheading an effort – along with Elephant Butte community members – to re-stock the state's largest lake with up to 20,000 fish.
The discovery of four coyote carcasses under the Brown Arroyo diversion channel bridge on Highway 60 at the Socorro city limits is a sight not common in the city or the county.
The Magdalena Village Board voted Monday to direct Mayor Diego Montoya to withdraw the village's protest with the Office of the State Engineer concerning Magdalena Municipal Schools' application to upgrade its existing well to potable water.
After nine years of contention, polarization and distrust, members of Socorro Electric Cooperative will have an opportunity to, in effect, wipe the slate clean and start all over again.