Movie magic is in the air in downtown Belen.
Two communities united as one to battle against the giant. Valencia County residents joined together this past weekend during the Los Lunas area Relay for Life to create the biggest relay of its kind.
Morse code and call signs floated through the air last weekend as Valencia Amateur Radio Association members contacted operators from around the world.
Belen's Family School packed up and moved into its temporary new home last week on the second floor of Infinity High School.
With a little imagination and a lot of movie magic, the Hub City is transforming itself into the third movie backdrop of the summer.
Even though he already graduated from Belen High School in May, Wyatt Robinson had something to ask of the Belen Board of Education at a recent meeting.
More than 40 residents filled the Belen City Council chambers Monday night to express their opinions about a proposed crematorium being built next to Anna Becker Park.
He's the first person to use a patch of light green grass at the Belen Alexander Municipal Airport to see if he qualifies for a national certification to aid in fighting forest fires.
The city of Belen is banning together with community members to help event organizers bring larger events to the Hub City and boost attendance to annual activities.
Other than the orange bracelet dangling from his wrist, everything went on like any other business day at the Belen Consolidated Schools' Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.
The Belen Consolidated Schools is preparing 4-year-old children for their first year of school through a free PreK Program, which uses playtime as a tool to help children learn core material from New Mexico's PreK curriculum.
Belen Consolidated Schools officials launched an internal investigation after learning a Belen Middle School teacher might have been involved in inappropriate fundraising for the school's band.
It was how the message was delivered that is irritating some of Belen's Planning and Zoning Commission members when they learned they won't be paid for their efforts.
The Belen Farmers Market will see another season.
The glimmer in her eye and smile stretched across her face only begins to describe Audrey Torres-Vallejos' excitement to fill the vacant Belen City Council position.
Money from gross receipts taxes to the city of Belen have leveled out after bouncing up and down, leaving city officials crossing their fingers to make ends meet.
Students will get a chance to master their grades' subject matter this summer.
He's walking two feet above the ground.
One white hardback book stands out amongst the dozens lined along the shelves of Nancy Baca's kindergarten class at La Merced Elementary School.