With the Nov. 4 election of Darryl Cases as Socorro County's probate judge, it's not hard to presume that public service is a Cases family tradition.
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The 11th annual "Luminarias on the Plaza Art Stroll" will take place 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6.
As part of federally mandated protocol, the Bureau of Land Management published a notice of the 30-day comment period on the proposals to the environmental assessment of the SunZia Southwest Transmission Line.
For the second year in a row, Socorro-area taxpayers will have free help available to prepare their 2014 tax returns.
The Very Large Array visitor center film, "Beyond the Visible: The Story of the Very Large Array," received an Interpretive Media Award from the National Association for Interpretation. The award was presented to the film's executive producer, John Stoke, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in a ceremony at NAI's national workshop in Denver, Colorado on Nov. 19.
Capt. Everett Binger spent 15 years with the Socorro Fire Department as a firefighter and emergency medical technician. He'll retire in the coming weeks.
"La Pastorela," the Shepherds Story, will be presented in Socorro twice this holiday season, Dec. 7 at First Baptist Church and Dec. 20 at Garcia Opera House.
With the 2014 Festival of the Cranes over, the crowds of bird watchers have left and gone home, but the birds remain, and not just within the confines of Bosque del Apache.
Neither Sheriff-elect William Armijo or his deputy first-cousin, Lee, knew that a Socorro County ordinance stated direct relatives could not work in supervisor-subordinate roles, the two men said at the Tuesday commission meeting.
One Polvadera man was stabbed in his chest by another man with a small knife about 3 p.m. last Thursday at a home in the small community.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, Derrick J. Lente, announced Monday the board selection of Mike A. Hamman as its chief engineer and CEO following the retirement of Subhas Shah.
Earle Powell Bursum was 80 when she passed away in Socorro Nov. 9, and in those years she managed to raise four children, spearhead the establishment of El Camino Real Historic Trail Site and supported many civic groups and organizations, all the while maintaining an 8 top 9 handicap on the golf course.