A recent decision from the New Mexico Supreme Court has local legal and correctional facility officials confused by the interpretation of the judgment.
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The few and far between, if not rare, occurrences of human West Nile Viruses in Socorro County have not caused any deaths in the last seven years.
Wedged in between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is what the Magdalena Chamber of Commerce is referring to as Small Business Saturday.
Rob Lopez smiles as he thinks about his friend Anthony Rosas.
For a truly exceptional experience that will transcend the brick-and-mortar configurations of the performance hall, plan to attend the next New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series (PAS) concert featuring DakhaBrakha.
Editor's note: The organizations mentioned in this article, Presbyterian Health Services and Presbyterian Medical Services, are not affiliated in any way.
A disgruntled district III constituency put pressure on the Socorro Electric Cooperative (SEC) at its annual meeting with the approval of a resolution threatening to do away with the current establishment.
Aerojet Rocketdyne is closing its Socorro facility.
The water project at the school will proceed as planned. That's what Superintendent Mike Chambers told the Magdalena Municipal Schools Board of Education at its monthly meeting Monday night.
The holiday season has been called "the most wonderful time of the year," but it could be the worst time of year for the homeless.
Socorro city councilor Toby Jaramillo has helped feed New Mexicans in need during the holiday season since The Beatles were still together.
To continue receiving grant funding, the Socorro County Prevention Coalition (SCPC) is required by New Mexico's Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP) to select eight "intervening variables" or objectives for the next fiscal year as part of its strategic plan.