The Magdalena village government has no alternative but to raise residential, business and governmental water rates, according to an announcement at a special meeting of the Village Board of Trustees on June 4.
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Socorro County officials are looking for ways to tackle treating jail inmates with mental illnesses.
Prescott Grey of Vertu Fine Arts Gallery announced Tuesday that the gallery, presently located at 113 Abeyta St. West, will vacate the Baca House before the end of the summer.
These items were taken from reports at Socorro Police Department.
The Socorro City Council unanimously approved the preliminary budget for the 2015-16 fiscal year during a meeting early Monday afternoon.
Take 16 cigar boxes, 48 guitar strings, some sassafras, plus poplar and pine wood. Add in tools, tape measures, a unique cadre of volunteers, 16 sixth-graders, one enthusiastic teacher and what do you get? You get an amazing collection of student-built guitars in Beth Crowder's music class at Cottonwood Valley Charter School.
New Mexico Tech has developed new employee and student training videos to address harassment and sexual assault on campus, and created campus security authority positions to enhance safety.
These items were taken from reports at the Socorro County Sheriff's Office:
The Summer Reading Program at the public library is in full swing, with at least 400 Socorro youth participating, according to Youth Services Librarian Britta Herweg-Samuels.
An incumbent and two newcomers have been elected to the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District board of directors.
The amount of assistance for New Mexico's lottery scholarships will be larger than expected, thanks to lower student enrollment, but it won't cover 100 percent of tuition costs next year, according to an announcement from the New Mexico Higher Education Department.
With the killing of a cougar by state Department of Game and Fish officers after the animal attacked a puppy on a woman's front porch last week in Raton, state officials are reminding people in rural areas to be extra aware of the presence of wildlife, especially predators.