Ed Soto, 46, was found not guilty in a trial by jury in Socorro District Court Tuesday on three counts of criminal sexual contact on a minor under the age of 13.
Twenty-first century technology is planned to be infused with education in Socorro Consolidated Schools District from a top-rated college program.
People stranded by snowfall, slick road conditions and freezing temperatures were all pieces of a whiteout that lasted from last Wednesday through Saturday morning in Socorro County.
"You never know what you can find just by looking down."
Socorro Electric Cooperative's Board of Trustees chose its officers for 2015, in a special reorganization meeting Tuesday morning.
Socorro has yet to release planned increases to residential utilities, but they are likely coming for most services.
In a celebration of wildlife and biological education, the members of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge will host their third Annual Meeting in conjunction with the Amigos de la Sevilleta friends organization.
Seventh Judicial District Judge Edmund "Ted" Kase III retired in July after serving 43 years on the bench in Socorro.
Charles Baca, 26, is being evaluated to determine if he is competent to stand trial, after he was accused of and subsequently arrested for holding a man at knifepoint and robbing him of a cell phone Dec. 6 on Bullock Boulevard near Sedillo Park.
Magdalena's water woes won't go away despite renovations and upgrades to the village's three municipal wells.
To be a five-year tenant of the agricultural land at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, producers must ensure an annual supply of 1.5 million pounds of non-genetically-modified-organism (GMO) corn.
For the past 14 years, Rowena Baca and her crew at the Owl Bar and Café have kept up the time-honored practice of bringing down the dollar bills.
Kiplinger Magazine has released its 2015 rankings Top Public College Values, placing New Mexico Tech at No. 20 nationwide.
Cousins of county officials elected to office, who have worked for Socorro County for at least a year, are now exempt from the supervisory nepotism clause of the personnel policy, after officials voted to amend it Tuesday.
The Socorro Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees has been notified that its insurance company, Federated Rural Electric Insurance Exchange, is reviewing its association with the cooperative – specifically its Directors Officers & Managers Liability and Indemnification policy (DOM) – unless actions are taken to rectify accusations of discrimination by a trustee.
Northbound lanes of California Street between Abyeta and Manzanares avenues were closed after two vehicles collided into each other around 10 a.m. last Friday.
Representatives with Fresenius Medical Care, an international health care company out of Germany, recently made intentions clear to establish a dialysis treatment center in Socorro.