Amigos de la Sevilleta, the Friends group that supports Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), has received a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to train volunteer naturalists and to increase public awareness of the refuge.
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Following successful summer performances at three of the biggest music festivals in the world is the highly acclaimed Celtic band Lúnasa, scheduled to appear at New Mexico Tech's Macey Center at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, in a Performing Arts Series (PAS) event.
The Very Large Array (VLA) Visitor Center is expanding its guided-tour schedule, starting March 1.
The 185 year-old La Sagrada Familia Church in Lemitar observed its rededication Monday with a Mass celebrated by Archbishop of Santa Fe Michael J. Sheehan and Father Andy Pavlak of San Miguel Missions.
About 30 miles separate the area of Veguita from any permanent health services, and county officials are once again trying to bridge that gap.
New Mexico State Police reported about 4 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, just north of Socorro one person was killed in a single-vehicle rollover accident, and one person was transported to University of New Mexico Hospital.
Teens looking for homework assistance now have extra help, after the Seventh Judicial District Attorney's Office donated old computers to the Socorro Teen Center.
Its primary mission is to rescue soldiers and downed pilots in hostile combat areas, and the 58th Special Operations Wing operating out of Kirtland AFB continues to use the rough terrain of Cibola National Forest in Socorro County to train its combat personnel.
Socorro County Clerk's Office reported 1,267 people voted in this year's Socorro Consolidated Schools District election — roughly half the number of people who hit the polls in 2013 and 2011.
The final reading of the ordinance to amend some of the utility rates in Socorro was passed unanimously Tuesday night.
Patrick Sweeny and Jup Brown are running across America to promote physical activity and bring awareness to childhood obesity.
The Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team has completed its annual year-end population survey, documenting a minimum of 109 Mexican wolves in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico at the end of 2014. At the end of 2013, 83 wild wolves were counted.