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The founders of The Grizz Project of Magdalena Aiding Animals Inc. have started an ambitious new project to match up trained companion animals with people who need them.
The Socorro County Sheriff's Department wants people to have a safe holiday season, and also not get ripped off.
The Socorro Flea Market may have been one of the busiest spots in town Friday morning, Black Friday in Socorro. Parking lots at the larger retail chains in town were bustling more than usual, and sales were up slightly. There was a slight rush early at Walmart, according to manager Nico Vassol, but by 8:30 a.m. the bulk of activity seemed to be at the customer service counter, where customers were making exchanges and returns from purchases made the night before, when Thanksgiving Day sales were on. Walmart offered advertised specials beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 28, and continuing at various times throughout the weekend.
Socorro County's computer network crashed Nov. 24, leaving the sheriff's department and jail without phone service for a few days.
The youth services librarian job is a dream come true for Herweg-Samuels, a mother of three children.
Some Socorroans are exploring a more humane alternative than euthanasia for controlling feral cat populations in the area, and everyone is invited to their seminar to learn about it.
At 9:15 a.m. on Nov. 12, New Mexico Tech professor Dr. Andrei Zagrai and his mechanical engineering students watched their brain child experiment blast off in a NASA rocket at Spaceport America.
San Miguel Parish sponsors The Giving Tree for the needy in Socorro again this year.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation of Los Angeles has stepped up to help Socorro build a bridge — a bridge from the rich past of the area to the expansive future of its children.
Marine, Air Force and U.S. Forest Service representatives met with residents of the Cibola National Forest's Magdalena Ranger District area to talk with them about a proposal to continue and expand military training in the area.
The Socorro Electric Cooperative board of trustees certified the District III vote for Melissa Amaro at its meeting Nov. 21.
A semi crash by Lemitar blocked lanes on Interstate 25 for a time on Sunday and took all day to clean up.
Elaine M. Hampton has had a long career as an educator and educational researcher with experiences on both sides of the United States/Mexico border.
The Socorro Fiber Arts Guild is more than a collective of like-minded fiber artists — the group reaches out to the community with its charitable efforts and educational programs.