The first of the Socorro County Electric Cooperative district meetings took place Oct. 5 in Quemado.
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Socorro is getting a teen court, a new option for area teens with troubles, and the Socorro Consolidated School Board heard a presentation about it during the board's regular meeting Sept. 23.
A variety of concerns were discussed during the Socorro City Council's public hearing on the city's franchise agreement with Socorro Electric Cooperative during the city's regular meeting Monday.
This year San Miguel Church commemorated its 399th anniversary of establishment. The true date of the anniversary is Sept. 29, according to the Rev. Andrew Pavlac, who has served in Socorro for seven years.
Socorro's biggest annual event brings music to four stages
Born and raised in Socorro. Ilda Vergara — the 2013 SocorroFest T-shirt design winner — has gravitated towards art all her life.
Abbey Brewing Company is the producer of Monks Ales — including Monks' Ale, Monks' Dubbel, Monks' Dubbel Reserve Monks' Tripel, Monks Tripel Reserve, and Monks' Wit. In 2013 several specialty draft products were produced including Monks' Kolsch and Monks' American Pale Ale, Monks' Dubbel Reserve and Monks' Tripel Reserve are brewed with native hops (subspecies neomexicanus) grown at the Monastery of Christ in the Desert in Abiquiu. Both reserve ales are available on a seasonal basis, in limited quantities, subject to the availability of hops.
Contestants at this year's sixth annual SocorroFest harmonica contest have only five minutes to "wow the judges." The prizes range from the $300 first prize to a $50 fourth prize, but the prestige of winning the event is much more important than the cash.
The second annual SocorroFest Pet Parade showcases costumed pets and their owners.
A local man indicted on 30 felony charges related to selling fraudulent title policies to customers had his trial postponed during a pretrial conference Oct. 1 in 7th Judicial District Court.
A Magdalena woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 60 on Tuesday morning when her vehicle rolled multiple times.
The Socorro County Sheriff's Department, New Mexico State Police, and New Mexico Search and Rescue volunteers have ended their search for an Albuquerque man who went missing over the last weekend of September.
El Defensor Chieftain picked up awards for best news coverage and best sports coverage in its division at the 105th annual New Mexico Press Association convention on Sept. 28.
In a presentation at the Socorro Public Library at 7 p.m. Oct. 9, New Mexico Tech professor Bhaskar Mujamdar and Sandy Qureshi will talk about the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.
Swing dancers and hot jazz lovers are in for a treat when the Austin-based Western swing-band trio, Hot Club of Cowtown, performs at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at New Mexico Tech's Macey Center in a Performing Arts Series concert.
Bill Christy admits he has taken an offbeat approach to chronicling the Korean War.
A Socorro man pleaded not guilty to molesting his daughter during his arraignment in 7th Judicial District Court on Sept. 26. His $100,000 bond set in Magistrate Court was changed from cash to cash or surety.