Aerojet Rocketdyne is closing its Socorro facility.
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The water project at the school will proceed as planned. That's what Superintendent Mike Chambers told the Magdalena Municipal Schools Board of Education at its monthly meeting Monday night.
The holiday season has been called "the most wonderful time of the year," but it could be the worst time of year for the homeless.
Socorro city councilor Toby Jaramillo has helped feed New Mexicans in need during the holiday season since The Beatles were still together.
To continue receiving grant funding, the Socorro County Prevention Coalition (SCPC) is required by New Mexico's Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) to select eight "intervening variables" or objectives for the next fiscal year as part of its strategic plan.
The New Mexico Game Commission ruled at its monthly meeting last week that it will no longer automatically issue permits to allow private landowners to hold carnivores in captivity for the purpose of reintroducing them into the wild.
"Phenomensemble" – that's a word coined to describe the singular melding of six virtuoso guitarists from four countries performing under the umbrella of two separate ensembles, thus creating a unique six-by-six string, well, phenomensemble.
With cold weather settling in, and truckloads of cut and split firewood showing up along California Street, New Mexico Department of Agriculture is reminding people who plan to buy firewood this season to know what to look for so they get their money's worth.
For the first time in 62 years, the republicans in New Mexico will control the state's House of Representatives; and for the first time in history, the 49th district's representative could be the speaker of the house.
One woman died as a result of her injuries Saturday from a single-vehicle rollover crash that occurred about 11 a.m. on Interstate 25, about 30 miles south of Socorro, according to a New Mexico State police report.
The operation of the Magdalena Area Medical Center came under fire Monday night at the regularly scheduled meeting of the village Board of Trustees. Although the clinic is village property, it is operated under a professional services agreement with Presbyterian Medical Services.
Construction is well underway for the Dollar Tree store on South California Street, which could spell good news for those limited to a tight budget. Adopting a concept reminiscent of the old five and dime store, Dollar Tree sells nothing over one dollar.