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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.
The Pie Festival. It's the event that has brought fame and visitors — from both across the state and nationwide — to tiny Pie Town, New Mexico, for the last 35 years.
The Magdalena Village Board of Trustees is back to full strength as of Monday after the board approved Mayor Diego Montoya's choice of Lynda Middleton to fill the fourth seat, which had been vacant since June 23 with the resignation of Barbara Baca.
Mercedes Murphy was selected Sept. 6 by Gov. Susana Martinez as the replacement for Judge Edmund Kase in the New Mexico Seventh Judicial District's Division I.
With property taxes dropping in Socorro County, the maximum assessed value rose slightly, as more and more property assessments are accounted by officials.
Current plans for the Lobos Pipeline for funneling carbon dioxide across Socorro, Catron and Torrance counties were met with backlash from property owners at the first of three town hall meetings Tuesday at La Pomesa Elementary School in Veguita.
Anyone driving the loop around New Mexico Tech, specifically Olive Lane, can't help but notice the gaping cavity on the south side of Macey Center.
The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life is an event that is partly a fundraiser for the fight against cancer and partly a community event celebrating cancer survivors and increasing awareness of the disease.
Unwanted dogs running loose in Socorro and Magdalena, as well as county wide, are becoming less of a problem than they were just a few years ago, thanks to a burgeoning dog rescue network.
Homegrown in Socorro, Mary T. Torres worked her way as a high school mock trial instructor into law school, and she recently was elected secretary of the American Bar Association.
Emergency first responders and their spouses or domestic partners will receive free wills and other basic estate planning documents on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the New Mexico Fire Expo located at the New Mexico Firefighters Training Academy, 600 Aspen Rd.