Socorro Electric Cooperative has submitted a Statement of Issues with the New Mexico Supreme Court, defending its position regarding a rate increase. The filing challenges the decision by the Public Regulation Commission which denied the increase.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge will be a busy place next week as hundreds of people with backpacks, tripods and hiking boots start arriving Tuesday, the first day of the 32nd annual Festival of the Cranes. Many will have traveled quite a distance to attend Socorro County’s most s…
Items taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department
"Voices of Women – On Our River, On Our Stage," features four prominent local women speaking on the culture, recreation, restoration and preservation of the Rio Grande, the lifeblood of New Mexico, in Tech's Macey Center Galena Room at 5:30 pm on Friday, Nov. 22.
A chorus of female singers with diverse musical backgrounds will showcase their talents as the band known as HoneyHouse, in a Performing Arts Series concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22, at Tech's Macey Center.
Editor’s note: The Albuqerque Journal published a three-part series exploring the challenges New Mexico electric co-ops face as new state mandates push utilities to replace fossil fuels with renewable and non-carbon resources.
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Augstine Gallegoes had to wait through three Socorro city council meetings before a parcel of property adjacent to his was given a quit claim deed.
When the nation needs us to put on a uniform and serve in faraway lands, or here at home, who answers the clarion call?
Two people are dead following a traditional Navajo religious ceremony that had gone terribly wrong at the Alamo Navajo Reservation Saturday. Fourteen others attending the ceremony were injured.
A community center is a great way to invest in the culture and wellness of a neighborhood or town. It can be used to provide exercise opportunities for the public, meeting spaces for organizations and businesses, event spaces for local festivals, and more.
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SOCORRO, N.M. (AP) — Socorro is charged up about building its own electric utility to offer cheaper, cleaner electricity to local consumers than they get from the 75-year-old Socorro Electric Cooperative.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — More than $300 million has been funneled to New Mexico in recent years to boost broadband access for schools, hospitals and other institutions, but many rural areas remain unserved, a report says.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico has selected a new annual testing system to assess academic progress in grades three through eight at public schools across the state that takes up less time and can be tailored later to reflect New Mexico’s cultural roots, the Public Education Department ann…
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico Press Association recognized the best of New Mexico’s newspaper writing, photography and advertising at the Better Newspaper Contest Banquet on Saturday.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — It will be up to a federal judge whether to sign off on a proposed order that would clear the way for a tree to be cut and displayed outside the U.S. Capitol building over the holidays.