Major rains in the last week have exceeded Socorro County's average rainfall in September, causing some road problems from overflowing deluge.
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Socorro Police Department officers arrested a woman who was driving while four times over the legal limit of alcohol consumption with three children unseated and without seat belts Aug. 18 near Park Street and Garfield Avenue in Socorro.
Socorro's Jon Spargo is on a mission.
A retired couple from western New Mexico asked the state Supreme Court, on Monday, to order the state engineer to dismiss a massive speculative water appropriation application from Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC.
A resolution to amend the Socorro County Road Department hours of operation failed to receive a second motion and was not passed by the county commission at Tuesday's meeting.
Attention to detail is critical in the world of Swedish warmblood horse evaluation, standards that can cost owners thousands of dollars in a worldwide market.
The Magdalena Board of Trustees voted to accept two capital outlay grants — together totaling $153,830 — for improving the village water system, at its Monday night meeting.
Many of the best chess players in the state will converge on Socorro for the New Mexico Open Chamnpionship Chess Tournament at Fidel Center this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The fiestas commemorating the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, the San Miguel Fiesta, is scheduled for this Friday through Sunday, Sept. 26-28 at San Miguel Church.
Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge will host its annual Open House this Saturday, Sept. 27, co-hosted by Amigos de la Sevilleta.
The Magdalena Village Board of Trustees approved a letter from Mayor Diego Montoya to the Office of the State Engineer protesting the Magdalena School District's application for an upgraded water well, in a special meeting last Friday.
Because the sale of Joseph Vallejos' business JM Abstract and Title Co., through which he used to defraud and embezzle funds from clients, is still finalizing, the sentencing in a district court case cannot proceed.
Socorro Mayor Ravi Bhasker said during the Monday city council meeting the city is looking at what it would cost to acquire the Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) within the municipal limits.
The New Mexico Firefighters Training Academy hosted over 350 firefighters from across the state and even a crew from Juarez, Mexico last week. The eight-day training extravaganza – a partnership of the 59th annual Fire School and the New Mexico Emergency Medical Technicians Association – saw firefighters, EMTs and paramedics training in a wide variety of fire- and EMS-related disciplines.
He's a World War II veteran who fought and tended the wounded in the bloody battles on Saipan and Tinian. He's 91 years old and whom CBS News has referred to as the oldest person to run across America from coast to coast.
Stargazers from around the world will converge on Socorro County and El Camino Real Historic Trail Site next week for the 21st annual Enchanted Skies Star Party.
St. Paul's Methodist Church in Socorro has scheduled a lecture series on faith vs. science, with the first, "Would You Baptize and Extraterrestrial?" on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. at the church.
Increasing specialty services in rural areas is an achievement for which most health care specialists outside urban areas strive.
Socorro County Commissioner Phillip Anaya, 64, representing district 3, died Thursday after battling long-term health issues.