During a special meeting May 5, Socorro County Commission voted to approve the county's volunteer fire department stipends for calls to which firefighters respond and training they attend.
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The federal government distributes a lot of money to Socorro Consolidated Schools District (SCSD) each year.
On the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, Stanley L. Bryn exercised on an elliptical bike.
Following his wife's cancer diagnosis, Eric McIntyre decided to put pedal to the mettle.
Socorro Electric Cooperative's 70th annual membership meeting is coming up Saturday.
A wrongful death lawsuit filed six years ago against multiple agencies in the county, including Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) and then-county commissioners, will be heard June 24 by the New Mexico Court of Appeals.
To celebrate Mother's Day, the not-for-profit organization Birthright of Socorro held a raffle May 5 to help area mothers and mothers-to-be.
Family historian Robert J. C. Baca will speak on "The History and People of the Socorro Land Grant" at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cottonwood Valley Charter School. This program is being presented by the New Mexico Office of the State Historian, the New Mexico Genealogical Society and the Socorro County Historical Society.
Almost no one in the crowd was dancing. Their eyes and ears were too fixated on the future of rock 'n' roll giving a mesmerizing performance to move their legs.
Socorro Mayor Ravi Bhasker and Socorro City Council have vocalized an end game to the relentless feud among the municipality, Socorro Electric Cooperative, Inc. board of trustees and divisive stakeholders who live within city limits.
A New Mexico Tech student committed suicide Friday night and subsequently died of his self-inflicted injuries early Saturday morning, according to law enforcement.
The Alamo Navajo Community School (ANCS) invites the public to the third annual Route 66 Car Show.