With an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act, passed by Congress May 22, officials with the SunZia transmission line expect to remain on schedule.
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The Magdalena Village Board has been short one trustee since Mayor Diego Montoya announced the resignation of Barbara Baca five weeks ago.
Socorro County residential property taxes, when comparing 2003 to 2013, have for the most part remained under the federal estimated rate of inflation.
Thanks to the efforts of First State Bank and painter Ken Hines, a remnant of earlier times in Socorro has been restored to its original appearance.
Once again New Mexicans can take advantage of the state's annual Back to School Tax Free Holiday.
A Socorro County FFA teenager got the opportunity to experience firsthand the many aspects of ranching and the final goal of producing quality beef.
The new school year for the students of the Alamo Navajo Community School has already begun.
Cottonwood Valley Charter School's new principal Dr. Avery Ewing has taught music and science to elementary and middle school students in the Nashville area for the past nine years, acted as a principal-designee at a large urban public school for four of those years, took a year "off" to serve as a program manager for the local symphony orchestra and earned both a master and doctor of education degrees, the latter 1,000 miles away from Tennessee at the prestigious Northeastern University in Boson.
Socorro Consolidated Schools' overall success isn't reflected in the grades recently released by the Public Education Department (PED), according to Superintendent Randall Earwood.
A new school year is upon us and many changes are evident at Magdalena Schools.
Socorro City Council echoed its position from a month ago in the ongoing effort to sever its franchise agreement with Socorro Electric Cooperative by unanimously approving an additional resolution Monday, citing alleged breaches of "principles" of the co-op's functionality.
Three miles west of Magdalena the old west comes alive for two Saturdays every month when members of the Trail Drivers Cowboy Action Shooting Club get together to practice their skills at a mock-up of a typical western town of the late 1800s.
New York company Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC is continuing its efforts to get approval by the Office of the State Engineer for its water project in Catron and Socorro counties.
Vacations aside, it's been a long time since Edmund "Ted" Kase III did not have to go down to the courthouse on Monday morning — 43 years to be exact.
With Edmund Kase III retiring Friday, the appointment of the the Seventh Judicial District court judge is now in the the hands of some of New Mexico's highest legal powers.
Do you remember the first word you could read?
In a time of "severe" and "extreme" drought, according to the National Drought Mitigatino Center, the city of Socorro actually is swimming in its own surplus water rights.
It's been almost eight years since Annine Gabaldon lost her son in a car-to-pedestrian accident, but in October she was granted $1 million in combined restitution when a judge ordered the defendants he found responsible for wrongful death and failure to provide aid to do so.