Two people died in a structure fire in San Acacia on Jan. 21.
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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.
The latest step in the SunZia Transmission Line was published last Saturday — and with it, a conglomerate of comments and concerns from local ranchers, White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), Socorro County Board of Commissioners and environmental entities.
Editor's note: Positions for Magdalena Municipal School District Board of Education are chosen by candidates and have no political affiliations or district gerrymandering. The candidates' names are as they will appear on the ballot. Election Day is Feb. 3. Polling places are the Magdalena Senior Center and Alamo ANSB Wellness Center and open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day.
Through a series of audience-submitted questions last Thursday during a public forum hosted by American Association of University Women Socorro Branch, Socorro Consolidated Schools Board candidates answered questions about what they would do if elected school board and their intimate knowledge of the districts strengths and weaknesses. Candidates were also questioned about their knowledge of state and education law and how they intend to utilize these laws.
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.
Residents of the Texas Streets area in Socorro were vocal at the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) hearing last Thursday, miffed in their point of view that the city has not significantly progressed on specific road and drainage improvements.
Commercial trucking vehicles may have to obtain a permit from Socorro County when coming in high volume in the near future.
Although the project has not been canceled, Kinder Morgan, Inc. (KM) announced Friday it will withdraw its application for right-of-way assessments from the Bureau of Land Management for the Lobos CO2 Pipeline that was planned to be constructed through Socorro, Torrance and Catron counties for the time being.
A looming assessment test for students is around the corner, and school districts across the state are making sure every aspect is thoroughly prepared.
New Mexico Tech has started a new bachelor's degree in biomedical sciences. Students have already started enrolling in the program, which was approved by the Board of Regents in November.
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands; Magdalena Ranger District is planning to burn piles in Patterson Canyon.