Following last week's report from New Mexico Game and Fish regarding a duck that tested positive for avian influenza, local officials said there is almost no risk to humans.
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Shade trees, green lawn and a trickling waterfall. The corner of Bullock Boulevard and Leroy Place has an entirely new look thanks to the landscaping work in front of the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, the newest addition to the campus of New Mexico Tech.
A new mobile pantry to supplement seniors in need of nutritious food is coming next month to Socorro, according to El Camino Real Housing Authority officials.
With four candidates running for the at-large seat on the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District board of directors this year, it's a deep field for Socorro County voters.
Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) Secretary Monique Jacobson has been making rounds to local media outlets in regard to changes and goals to the department.
A milestone of sorts was passed at the Socorro DAV on April 14 with the swearing-in of Valentina Aguilar-Garcia, the first woman to hold the position of Junior Vice Commander of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 24. She is also the first woman to be nominated and elected to any position at the Socorro Chapter.
New Mexico Tech staff and students are encouraging everyone on campus to take a stand against sexual assault and harassment.
Patrick Torres, 24 or 25, was arrested March 24 in connection to felony charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Torres was arrested in conjunction with Koshman Alvarado-Carson, 23 or 24, who was reported to be with Torres at the time of the incident. Alvarado-Carson was arrested for multiple charges of felony assault and battery as well as fleeing a peace officer and possession of meth or another narcotic with the intent to distribute.
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in February by WildEarth Guardians in regard to endangered species in areas where the San Acacia Levee is being constructed will not slow the construction of the project, officials said.
New Mexico's Boards of Education announced the selection of 78 deserving individuals to receive the New Mexico School Boards Association 2015 Excellence for Student Achievement Award.
Along with a projected rise in enrollment for the fall semester, New Mexico Tech also will ask the average student to cough up an extra 5 percent more in tuition and fees.
Each year the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators, otherwise known to the public as 911 operators and dispatchers.