Bountiful Baskets made its first delivery to Magdalena Schools' Fine Arts Center last Friday evening where 67 participants had signed up for their shares of fresh vegetables and fruit.
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The Bear Mountain Coffee House and Gallery opened its doors again last Friday, with newly hired manager Tita Dixon at the helm. Dixon, a long-time resident of the region, brings over 31 years of experience in the hospitality industry with her – including everything from bartending to management at a five-star hotel.
Stan Towner, Natural Resources Conservation Service District Conservationist of the Datil Service Center, was named the Rangeland Manager of the Year for 2013 by the New Mexico Section of the Society of Range Management, during the winter SRM meeting held in T. or C. on Jan. 8, 2014.
A house fire in Pine Hill left a family of eight homeless after a chimney fire torched the roof completely in early December. The Pino/Jake family lost their home on Dec. 10, after what started as a chimney fire quickly spread through the house between the ceiling and the roof, destroying the wiring and damaging the home beyond repair, and leaving the family without a home.
Socorro Court Appointed Special Advocates is an agency made up of volunteers who work with children in our community who are in foster care homes because they were victims of…[Read more]
Socorro County On Saturday Jan. 18, uniformed participants from around the state practiced for and competed in an annual shooting competition commemorating Robert E. Lee’s Birthday which was officially on…[Read more]
The 51st Legislature second session will begin on Jan. 21 in Santa Fe. This is a 30-day session that mostly covers budget and finance.
Voters in Magdalena will have the opportunity to cast their vote for one of four additional candidates vying for village trustee. Jan. 14, was the one day reserved for a person to submit his or her name to be considered a write-in candidate.