New Mexico Tech is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking one or two agricultural producers for a Cooperative Agriculture Program at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in San Antonio, New Mexico.
To complement emergency response efforts throughout Socorro County, the Socorro Citizen Corps Council has begun efforts to recruit for a community initiative.
In an effort to recruit more volunteer tutors for Literacy Volunteers of Socorro County, the program leaders are increasing efforts to make the classes more visible to potential students.
Answering what he said is a call from a higher power, Pastor Phillip Smith of First Baptist Church in Socorro is making strides in his first role as head clergyman.
As incoming money for New Mexico's legislative funding continues to fluctuate, local state representatives hosted the annual forum to discuss needs of their districts.
Research is underway at New Mexico Tech by engineering students to develop robotic tools that aid humans in performing complex tasks.
Through a surplus in oil stock and declining oil prices, gasoline prices in Socorro and around the nation have dropped significantly in the past two months.
An argument at a party last Sunday morning prompted a man to shoot his way out of the incident, but no one was injured, according to a Socorro Police Department report.
The contention that Socorro County produces some of the best art in the state was made evident at the 23rd annual National Pastel Painting Exhibition, which took place in November at Expo New Mexico in Albuquerque.
Representatives with Fresenius Medical Care, an international health care company out of Germany, recently made intentions clear to establish a dialysis treatment center in Socorro.