The next quarter decade of transportation planning is in the works, and officials are looking for local input.
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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.
Don't be surprised if you see an unexpected face tending bar at Bodega Burger Co. & Lounge from 6-8 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 3.
Although Socorro County has increased the total cost for the new detention center by $1.5 million for an eight-bed increase and material costs, officials plan to alleviate that additional cost with a gross receipts correctional bond.
The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) is hosting an open house at the Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescope on Saturday, Oct. 4.
A reminder for parents of Socorro and Magdalena schools that Wednesday, Oct. 8 is the day the New Mexico Dept. of Education counts the number of students attending school for funding the next school year.
Come to Socorro's historic plaza Oct. 10-11 to experience the culmination of months of planning and hard work by a large group of dedicated volunteers, spearheaded by the Socorro Chamber staff, and sponsored by the City of Socorro – Socorrofest.
Major rains in the last week have exceeded Socorro County's average rainfall in September, causing some road problems from overflowing deluge.
Socorro Police Department officers arrested a woman who was driving while four times over the legal limit of alcohol consumption with three children unseated and without seat belts Aug. 18 near Park Street and Garfield Avenue in Socorro.
Socorro's Jon Spargo is on a mission.
A retired couple from western New Mexico asked the state Supreme Court, on Monday, to order the state engineer to dismiss a massive speculative water appropriation application from Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC.
A resolution to amend the Socorro County Road Department hours of operation failed to receive a second motion and was not passed by the county commission at Tuesday's meeting.
Attention to detail is critical in the world of Swedish warmblood horse evaluation, standards that can cost owners thousands of dollars in a worldwide market.
The Magdalena Board of Trustees voted to accept two capital outlay grants — together totaling $153,830 — for improving the village water system, at its Monday night meeting.