There was a shake-up in the Valencia County administration Wednesday night with the announcement of the sudden resignation of the county manager. After three hours in executive session, the commissioners…[Read more]
While the the rest of the county will no longer be paying the 2.75 mill levy to help fund a hospital, property owners in Rio Communities will continue to pay that rate — this time to help operate the city.
As the budget planning comes to a close for Valencia County, top administrators are hoping to implement a pay schedule that will finally get employees on an even playing field.
Local police as well as FBI agents are searching for a man they say robbed the Bank of Albuquerque Tuesday afternoon.
Last Friday Belen Board of Education President Larry Lindberg announced the names of the six candidates the board selected out of a field of 14 applicants to interview for the Belen Consolidated School District superintendent position.
On April 28, Los Lunas police detectives responded to the Guns and Gold Pawn Shop to investigate an aggravated burglary. The investigation revealed two men had broke into the business…[Read more]
Today Belen Board of Education President Larry Lindberg announced the names of the six candidates the board selected to interview for Belen Consolidated School District superintendent out the field of…[Read more]
The office of New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas is conducting two educational workshops on New Mexico’s Sunshine laws in Los Lunas on Wednesday, May 20. The purpose of the…[Read more]
After receiving 14 applications for the superintendent position, the Belen Board of Eduction narrowed that field down to six finalists to be interviewed soon, hopefully next week.
Passionate, driven and determined. Those are the three words that come to mind after meeting Lori Karson, the valedictorian for the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus class of 2015.
Los Lunas Schools will have a $1.6 million shortfall next year, but it won't mean any staff layoffs.
When describing the Hub City, many people think of trains, history and the Belen Harvey House Museum.
A balanced budget for the Belen Consolidated Schools was sent to the state last week after the district addressed a shortfall of almost $129,000.
The hospital project in Belen is beginning to move forward despite the fact that a lawsuit filed by the village of Los Lunas is still undecided by the New Mexico Court of Appeals.
It was a quiet election day Tuesday for the Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District, with only 218 ballots cast both by absentee and in-person voting.
When the dust cleared after a contentious 60-day legislative session this year, the reality of no state capitol outlay money sank in quickly.
The mayor of Los Lunas and a couple of village councilors met with United States senators and representatives in Washington, D.C., last week to garner support for the Interstate 25 Corridor Project and ask for federal grant to help pay for it.
Renovate. Rehabilitate. Recovery. All words that look to the future, to better lives and improve our treasures.