Can you raise saltwater shrimp in the desert? Yes, you can, and the students of Midway Elementary's Renaissance program were the first to tour the local facility doing just that.
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In a repeat of last year, Socorro Electric Cooperative members failed to show up in numbers that met quorum requirements last Saturday at Macey Center for the annual membership meeting.
At Monday night's Socorro City Council meeting, Mayor Ravi Bhasker said he and City Clerk Pat Salome had been meeting with counsel in Albuquerque to draw up three ordinances dealing with the Socorro Electric Cooperative.
Ceremonies will be held at both the San Miguel and Socorro City cemeteries Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day.
Sometimes what can seem like the simplest things take years to achieve, but that doesn't deter the smiles from the clients at TRESCO Inc. in Socorro.
The 110 children enrolled at the Early Childhood Development Center on Garfield Street enjoyed an afternoon of play last Thursday, May 14, to celebrate the end of the school year and beginning of summer vacation.
With three 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.
Socorro City Clerk George Patrick Salome Jr. received the Clerk of the Year award from the New Mexico Municipal Clerks & Finance Officers Association at its recent meeting in Clovis.
With the dedication of the new $24 million state Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources building at New Mexico Tech on May 8, another transition is imminent.
What would you do if you had no water?
Competing against 598 entries from 19 different countries, Socorro artist Georgette Evans Grey took first place in the painting category and second place overall with her transparent watercolor "Rocky Stream" in the landscapes art competition hosted by online art gallery Light, Space & Time.
Socorro's summer reading program returns to save the day.