A disgruntled district III constituency put pressure on the Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) at its annual meeting with the approval of a resolution threatening to do away with the current establishment.
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In a turn of events, William Armijo has defeated Edmond Sweeney for Socorro County Sheriff by five votes after canvassing provisional ballots put Armjio in the lead last Friday afternoon.
Silenced now is the political landscape following the Tuesday mid-term general election in Socorro County.
The students and staff at Magdalena High School are hosting a village mayoral candidate public forum at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the school’s fine arts center.
On Dec. 18, Governor Susana Martinez chose the engineering design lab at New Mexico Tech as her venue for announcing a $2 million grant initiative to fund technology commercialization in…[Read more]
The Socorro Warriors cross-country teams — boys and girls — will run in the state championship today, but without some of their all-district individual runners. The team change is occurring…[Read more]
On Saturday New Mexico State Police will be partnering up with the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Take Back Day. This is a program that focuses on removing potentially dangerous controlled…[Read more]