The Socorro Charisma Blues dance team held a two-day "training camp" for Socorro's young Warriors fans on Jan. 22 and 23, after which the participants were able to perform with the dance team during halftime of the Warriors game against Ruidoso.
Lady Eagles game doesn’t fly Quemado The Quemado Eagles soared over Evangel Christian Academy (also the Eagles) when they met them for the first time in November, on Evangel’s home…[Read more]
The Bear Mountain Coffee House and Gallery opened its doors again last Friday, with newly hired manager Tita Dixon at the helm. Dixon, a long-time resident of the region, brings over 31 years of experience in the hospitality industry with her – including everything from bartending to management at a five-star hotel.
A house fire in Pine Hill left a family of eight homeless after a chimney fire torched the roof completely in early December. The Pino/Jake family lost their home on Dec. 10, after what started as a chimney fire quickly spread through the house between the ceiling and the roof, destroying the wiring and damaging the home beyond repair, and leaving the family without a home.
Socorro Warriors had spectators on the edge of their seats, or on their feet during a tight game on Jan. 23 when they scored a victory over the Ruidoso Warriors, winning 55 – 51 in overtime.
The Lady Steers played in a rough and tumble game against the Hot Springs Tigers on Tuesday evening in Truth or Consequences. The Lady Steers won the game, 51 – 28, with almost half of those points scored at the free throw line.
Indianaoplis, IN Margaret Stanley has been selected as National Coach of the Year for her leadership in coaching the Socorro High School girls golf team. Stanley is one of 21…[Read more]
Albuquerque The Warriors kicked off the Hope Christian Tournament with a close win, 56 – 54, against the Bloomfield Bobcats on Jan. 16 in Albuquerque, but followed up with losses…[Read more]
The 51st Legislature second session will begin on Jan. 21 in Santa Fe. This is a 30-day session that mostly covers budget and finance.
Every year, millions of men and women make New Year's resolutions to become more fit or healthy — to lose weight, exercise more, eat better. It can be more challenging to meet these goals in small towns and rural communities, where there appear to be fewer resources at the fingertips of those making such resolutions.
The Socorro County Chamber of Commerce has named Deb Caldwell to the position of Executive Director, replacing Terry Tadano, who has resigned after serving as the executive director for approximately six years.