You can see a lot from the top of a forest service lookout tower. For one, and this is primary, smoke from a distant fire. And two — if you look in the right direction — you may be able to spot remnants of New Mexico’s past in the distance.
When doors open in August to start a new school year in the Socorro Consolidated School District, students, teachers and staff will notice a considerable difference in lighting.
Since he was 12 years old, Larry Cowan has been excited about playing horseshoes.
The village of Magdalena is getting all gussied up for the influx of out-of-towners, visitors, friends, and family this Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the 48th annual Old Timers Reunion weekend. Along with the dozens of horse trailers and RV campers, the village expects upwards of a thousan…
Music, entertainment, a parade, candy and fireworks marked a festive Fourth of July in Socorro celebrated at the Macey Center on the campus of New Mexico Tech. All-day activities included dancing to various bands and various entertaining acts, prior to the beautiful array of fireworks.
The murder trial of Jo Hill, originally scheduled to be heard by District Judge Mercedes Murphy on January 27, 2020, will now be heard by Judge Shannon Murdock on November 4, 2019. Hill, 39, of San Antonio, Texas, pleaded not guilty to the charge of first degree murder at his arraignment in …
As with any town in America people take the plunge to join a new situation or say goodbye to a place they have known all of their life. SHS graduate Darrian Greenwood is doing both of those things at the same time. An honors student, Warriors team leader, and counselor at the Youth Center, D…
Socorro Municipal Airport is set to receive $150,000 as part of the Federal Aviation Administration’s $3.18 billion airport infrastructure package. Ninety percent of the projects will be federally funded; the remainder will come from state and local government dollars.
The latest round of court proceedings concerning the attempt by a foreign-owned company to mine water from the San Agustin Plains was held Wednesday, June 26 at the Catron County Courthouse in Reserve.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced that 32 counties across New Mexico will receive $40,268,203 through the Department of Interior’s Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) program.
In her final report as County Manager, Delilah Walsh told the Board of County Commissioners at its June 25 meeting that public hearings are beginning for the county’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) for the next fiscal year.
State News Wire
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico officials are warning horse owners to take precautions to keep their animals from contracting a virus that causes blister-like sores on the mouths of infected animals.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A compensation program for those exposed to radiation from years of nuclear weapons testing and uranium mining would be expanded under legislation that seeks to address fallout across the western United States, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — There’s no question Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham wants state lawmakers to take up the matter of legalizing marijuana when they meet again in January.