Michael Bletzer has a rough job ahead of him. The Albuquerque archaeologist is determined to map the boundaries of the original pueblo over which Socorro was built.
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To facilitate a broader spectrum of teens in the area, the Socorro County Juvenile Justice Board (SCJJB) is in the process of hiring a new teen center manager.
The 34th annual Alamo Navajo Indian Days celebration will take place in Alamo Friday through Sunday, Oct. 10-12 at Walters Park.
Two Alamo Navajo Community School students are vying for the crown of Miss Alamo. Tierra Lynn Apachito and Dessikah Secatero, two high school students from the Alamo community, will compete for the crown.
Numbers comprised by the New Mexico Health Department and presented by City Councilor Ernest Pargas reveal the area's youth are cutting back on substance abuse, but Socorro County is still above the state average.
The New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources is celebrating Earth Science Week with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Oct. 15 at the bureau's office on the New Mexico Tech campus.
Celebrating the free state of Socorro, this year's Socorrofest offers something for everyone, as the cliché goes.
Coming down from the mountains of Ruidoso, Jones And Miles will add a splash of bluegrass and folk music to Socorrofest.
These young Navajo male musicians stand confident and calm in most of their pose band photos.
A person's face makes for the best kind of "canvas," according to Albuquerque artist Gigi Archibeque.
At the center of the Socorrofest main stage is the multi-faceted Rhythm Divine, with band members who bring multitudes of experience.
The next quarter decade of transportation planning is in the works, and officials are looking for local input.
The cost of electricity is going up.
Firefighters from three area fire departments responded Monday afternoon to a scrap lumber fire at a saw mill near the Very Large Array, off Highway 52 west of Magdalena.
After the Standard Based Assessment (SBA) test scores came back to Socorro Consolidated Schools District, the district unsuccessfully appealed the results, which was announced at the Monday school board meeting.
The second annual Pink-tober Cancer Awareness and Poker Run will take place Saturday, Oct. 11, to raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
With the increase of activity during summer, the New Mexico Department of Transportation offers a grant to subsidize costs of overtime pay for police officers to patrol traffic.
The Socorro County Historical Society will host its annual Oktoberfest at the Hammel Museum on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Festivities include good food and drink, live music, arts and crafts, model trains and other activities for the entire family to enjoy.
Return to the early days of New Mexico at the Magdalena Public Library 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8 when it presents an appearance by actor, singer and historian Steve Cormier in a program of old cowboy songs and stories.