The proposed medical clinic in Veguita is temporarily on hold, at least until the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration's Local Government Division approves the funding.
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At Monday's city council meeting, the mayor described a fork in the road that presents Socorro with two options in it's future affairs with the electric co-op – continue down the current path or pursue acquisition of assets.
New Mexico Tech President Dan Lopez announced Wednesday that Warren Ostergren has been selected as the new vice president for academic affairs.
Socorro will have a new resource, beginning in June, for at-risk youth to get help and stay informed – the Socorro County Teen Center.
Civil Air Patrol veterans of World War II, who volunteered for combat operations and other emergency wartime missions under hazardous conditions, have been awarded a Congressional Gold Medal.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics will pass through Socorro Wednesday, May 28 between 11 a.m. and noon, according to Bureau of Land Management Ranger Marc Wheeler.
About 250 students, parents, school staff, and community members were in attendance at the 2014 Socorro High School scholarship awards ceremony held last Tuesday at the Warrior Dome.
According to a study conducted by GDI Small Town Markets Consulting, "Opening a grocery store in Magdalena in 2014 is far from a no-fail proposition and it can only succeed with the support of the entire village and the right strategy."
One racing horse died and five sustained serious injuries when the trailer they were being pulled in was involved in an accident on Interstate 25 Tuesday morning.
People and wildlife become more active outdoors with warmer weather upon us, and the Department of Game and Fish is encouraging everyone to be aware of some of the hazards posed by human-wildlife encounters.
From paintings and photos to pottery and beadwork, the chamber of commerce features local artists each month to display their work.
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands and Kirtland Air Force Base will host a site visit to view some of the air operations conducted by the Air Force during training exercises on the Magdalena Ranger District.
While the City of Roswell celebrates the 67th anniversary of the newspaper report of a crashed flying saucer near Corona, other UFO investigators keep looking at another suspected crash site, the one in "our own backyard."
An evening of classical music is slated for the Magdalena Public Library with a performance by world-class cellist Joel Becktell, Wednesday, May 21 at 7 p.m.
Governor Susana Martinez is encouraging New Mexicans to cast their votes in the "New Mexico True Breakfast Burrito Byway" competition, a contest to determine the top 50 breakfast burritos in the state. More than four hundred restaurants from throughout New Mexico are competing for a spot on this new culinary roadmap being developed by the New Mexico Tourism Department.
With low turnout at the recent Socorro Electric Cooperative annual meeting coupled with member complaints snowballing throughout the past few years, the city plans to take action.
Socorro school children are being given a nutrition boost this summer from the Summer Food Service Program, announced recently by Gov. Susana Martinez.
It's been over 40 years since the last train pulled out from the Magdalena railroad station, but the Magdalena Public Library is inviting the public to get reacquainted with the days of the iron horse with a display of historic photographs, posters and memorabilia.