A few years back, Dubra Karnes-Padilla taught exercises in a hallway at the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus because there wasn't enough space on campus to accommodate a permanent classroom.
On the second Thursday of each month, you can find a handful of lawyers, sitting behind conference tables in a crowded room at the 13th Judicial District Court House in Los Lunas.
Belen school officials want to revise the district's weapon's policy to get rid of stiff, mandatory penalties that interrupt the educational process.
Some can say a sense of duty is in Edward Connelly Archuleta's blood.
The city of Belen is one step closer to ending a hard-fought process to get a hospital built within the city limits.
A group of local artists want to help folks celebrate family and friends who have passed on to the next life.
Several times a week for many years, volunteers at the area's only food bank have set up shop at First Baptist Church of Belen and passed out food to needy families.
Downtown Belen is undergoing a transformation.
Sopaipillas are to New Mexico what apple pie is to America.
After three decades of walking the halls of New Mexico public schools as an administrator and teacher, the principal of Belen's alternative high school is retiring.
Driving through Valencia County, it's almost impossible not to notice the pot holes and the faded traffic-control markings defacing many of the area's municipal streets, county roads and state highways.
Belen Consolidated Schools will probably have to curb its spending next year if a recent count is correct.