Diane Silva, a Valencia High School teacher and student activities coordinator, has been named Los Lunas Schools' Teacher of the Year.
Los Lunas Schools officials were stunned when they reviewed the teacher evaluation results released by the New Mexico Public Education Department two weeks ago.
The Valencia High School Wind Symphony Concert Band took state this year.
Los Lunas High School was busy with senior pranks last week. It culminated in a security officer being taken to the hospital by ambulance.
Sara Lopez, a senior at Valencia High School, has never missed a day of school. From kindergarten through middle school to high school, Lopez has had perfect attendance her entire academic career.
Katelin Ballinger, daughter of Lorie and Matt Ballinger
Chloe Grubb, a senior at the School of Dreams Academy, is graduating this month not just with her high school diploma but also with two associate degrees from the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus.
School of Dreams Academy graduate Jose Montoya was selected for a full-ride Gates Millenium Scholarship.
Los Lunas Schools will have a $1.6 million shortfall next year, but it won't mean any staff layoffs.
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.
The Peralta Town Council held its first public budget workshop and the bottom line is in the black.
Young women today might be shocked to see what women tolerated back in 1950s America, but the movie, "Big Eyes," out now on DVD, will give them some idea.
Medical marijuana is now available in Los Lunas.
The village of Los Lunas and Valencia County are collaborating on a joint affordable housing plan.
To watch Valencia High School softball player Marissa Kittredge in action, it's hard to believe she has a debilitating bone disease.
Los Lunas emergency medical teams were called to the School of Dreams Academy Monday after 18 students and a teacher were exposed to pepper spray.
For months, development plan exhibits for the Los Lunas Transportation Center on Courthouse Road and N.M. 314 stood in the administration building hallway and at the rail station for the public to view. Now, villagers will see these plans come to life.
A big, outdoor event is planned for the Valencia Middle School second annual Literacy Symposium, which will be held from 5-7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 23. There hasn't been anything like it in the district before, said librarian Karin Trujillo, coordinator of the project.
The new residential development proposed west of Albuquerque called "Santolina" won't leave my mind. The 14,000-acre spread is designed for 38,000 homes when it is completed.
School of Dreams Academy students witnessed a live court proceeding March 31 when the New Mexico Court of Appeals held a public hearing at the school.