Two people died in a structure fire in San Acacia on Jan. 21.
Objects from space enter the Earth's atmosphere every day, ranging in size from a grain of sand to a small car. Most enter the atmosphere unnoticed, and some are seen as meteors or shooting stars.
Socorro was a one-night stopover last Friday for another cross-country bicycler, but the destination for Jake Sansing, 27, is not California, but much farther.
A new car and truck mainstay in Socorro since 1963, Monette Ford closed its Frontage Road location two weeks ago. Monette's Truth or Consequences location also closed.
The Magdalena School Board heard a thorough briefing on the New Mexico GRADS program at its monthly meeting Monday night at the school.
The Magdalena Samaritan Center has moved "uptown."
In business since 1963, Monette Ford closed its showroom and doors last week. The action was necessitated due to the economic climate, according to Danny Monette.
A just signed-on radio station is offering something new for northern Socorro County.
Socorro isn't saying goodbye to Aerojet Rocketdyne just yet.
When the Magdalena Village Board of Trustees met in regular session Monday night, it heard some surprising figures from clerk Stephanie Finch, who spent the last week of 2014 updating the municipality's bookkeeping system.
Thomas Herron has proven that one doesn't have to be a politician or business leader to be known and well-liked in the community. He is someone shoppers have seen behind grocery checkout counters in Socorro since 1976 – for the last 13 years at Smith's Food & Drug Center.
"You never know what you can find just by looking down."