Socorro Electric Cooperative members may soon see a slight increase on their electric bills due to the rising costs of producing power.
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Northbound traffic on Interstate 25 was backed up for several miles Sunday afternoon because of an RV fire 12 miles north of Socorro.
With water issues abound throughout New Mexico – and the nation – the city of Socorro is seeking to plan for these issues for the next 40 years.
The bellowing cheers from the night before had all but silenced, and the pulse of the Socorro County Fair Rodeo had calmed.
The armory building on Highway 60 is now officially the property of the City of Socorro.
Pushing an all-terrain, three-wheeled jogging stroller loaded down with supplies, David James of Savannah, Georgia, is walking across America.
A small structure fire that was reported about 9:45 p.m. Tuesday at 912 Bee Court, between College Avenue and Bullock by Sedillo Park in Socorro, was contained within an hour. According to officials on scene, no injuries have been reported at this time.
From the moment of birth, a child's mind is flexible and adaptive to its surroundings, which means it's the first three years of life that are the most cerebrally configuring.
In the form of an open letter to the Board of Education and superintendent Mike Chambers, Magdalena Mayor Diego Montoya explained his position to the Board of Trustees Monday night for not agreeing to support the school's plan to generate its own water supply.
New Mexico Tech has been named one of the top ten best engineering colleges in the nation, according to a USA Today study.
The old armory building which has stood vacant for the last five years has been given a new lease on life, thanks to the efforts of Peter Romero, Rep. Don Tripp and the New Mexico National Guard's Brig. Gen. Andrew Salas.
The Socorro Public Library was the recipient of a $2,800 donation from Aerojet Rocketdyne, the Department of Defense subcontractor on Spring Street.
New Mexico Tech responded early Monday morning to an inadvertent e-mail delivery that included an all-student spreadsheet of student information.
The Cibola National Forest is hosting a series of public collaborative workshops to identify and inventory lands that are potentially suitable for wilderness consideration.
Making frequent visits to her 102-year-old client Elinor Tripp, Angela Hartfield reads to her, the two piece together puzzles and do light activities.
There's an old newspaper adage: If it bleeds, it leads.
Eight teachers at Parkview Elementary School are taking on a new concept in education, in which select students aged five, six and seven, those who would attend kindergarten through second grade, remain in the same classroom with the same teacher for the first three years of their education.
Two Catron County men and a 17-year-old male juvenile were arrested Aug. 7 in Datil for the alleged stabbings of Eda Farr-Lee and Melissa Leyba, a Catron County Sheriff's press release stated.
His goal was to have the church ready for its 400th anniversary next month, and with the support and work of parishioners and the donation to $1.1 million from The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, that goal has been met.