The hospice program provides a special kind of care for clients and their families, as well as services available for the Socorro community. Since 2009, Sharon Long has been the home care and hospice manager.
At the Socorro Consolidated Schools board meeting Monday night school district director of finance Donald Monette talked about the upcoming school board election in February.
At the Socorro County legislators' meeting on Thursday morning, Socorro County presenters gathered at City Hall to present to Rep. Don Tripp and Sen. Howie Morales updates and requests for their organizations. According to Tripp, this is the meeting's fifth year and it was the biggest crowd he has seen.
Over 50 pieces of artwork from Socorro High School students are on display at the Socorro Chamber of Commerce.
Friends of the Library was created in 1976 after the library became a part of the city in 1973, said President Penny Lommen. Lommen has been president of Friends of the Library for two years.
At the city council meeting Monday night, City Clerk Pat Salome discussed with council members the resolution of the personnel manual amendment on inclement weather, and what employees can do if the situation occurs.
The Giving Tree at San Miguel is helping out those less fortunate by offering an opportunity for people to share what they can.
The Socorro Police Department will make sure some local children's wishes come true this Christmas through the Cops to Tots program. The 19th annual Cops to Tots not only delivers presents to children, they deliver smiles as well.
At the school board meeting Monday night, the five-year plan for San Antonio School was approved. According to Superintendent Randall Earwood, the plan for San Antonio has been discussed for several months.
Black Friday gets earlier each year; people are getting up early, lining up and waiting in the cold in front of stores to get their discounted purchases. Some of the sales no longer start on Friday, but as early as Thursday night.
Lights, music, art and luminarias are all a big part of the Ninth Annual Luminarias on the Plaza Art Stroll, which takes place Dec. 1 at the Old Town Plaza from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Established in 2004, the Socorro County Arts formed this as their first event, said Art Stroll coordinator Joy Miler.
A Socorro community blood drive will take place after Thanksgiving weekend from 1 to 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 26 at the Youth Center, 1002 Ake St.
At the Socorro city council meeting Monday night, Healthy Kids Socorro Coordinator Cynthia Connolly presented the Community Foods Projects Competitive Grant Program to the mayor and council members.
Festival of the Crayons is a colorful display at 306 School of Mines Road set up for viewing during the Festival of the Cranes. The mastermind behind this creative colorful attraction is artist Rebecca Taylor.
Socorro's hometown Army hero Spc. Brandon Chavez, 21, took second place with his partner, pilot Lt. Jonathan Jordan, at the Army's Best Medic competition that took place at Camp Bullis in San Antonio, Texas.
Socorro High School has an automotive technology program for students interested in automotive mechanics.
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Author Jim Wolf, 79, wrote the novel "Wall of Smoke," which is about Miguel Alonzo, a non-Navajo on the Navajo Nation police force who is coordinating an investigation of two deaths that occur at Twin Rivers Navajo Reservation.
Every Child Outside Learning About Bosque is a part of the Friends of the Bosque program that meets at San Antonio Elementary School.
Artists show off their individual art styles at the fifth annual Socorro Artists Studio Tour, which takes place Nov. 16 and Nov. 17 during Festival of the Cranes.