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.
The town of Peralta might be spending twice the amount of money of what was initially estimated to install a sewer trunk line on N.M. 47.
Humble camaraderie is created every Easter weekend when the Companions of Jesus of New Mexico enact the Passion Play, "Death of the Messiah," for the Valencia County community.
The Valencia County division of Youth Development, Inc., was recently awarded a $632,500 grant by the State of New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department to serve the residents of Valencia County.
Los Lunas High School students showed their hearts when their teacher lost a loved one.
All Los Lunas village staff promotions and transfers will now need approval from the governing council.
The bright spot in The Pit Friday night was the Lady Tigers winning the girls Class 5A state basketball championship. Up in the bleachers, the crowd of fans was wild with enthusiasm as the team played a razor-edge game against Gallup. When the Tigers won 68-63, the crowd exploded.
Sparks flew between Peralta Mayor Bryan Olguin and Municipal Judge David Young at a recent Peralta Town Council meeting over the court's budget. The municipal court had exceeded its budget before the end of the fiscal year, and Olguin was not happy.
People who dream of flying in a hot air balloon will get their chance at the 31st annual St. Patrick's Day Balloon Rallye in Belen this weekend. It's a smaller, less crowded hot air balloon event reminiscent of early Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.
The Los Lunas Community Services Department is hosting a fun run on El Cerro de Los Lunas on Saturday, March 14. The event, "King of the Hill," features a 5K and 10K run on Los Lunas Hill. The 10K run begins at 9 a.m., and the 5K begins at 9:30 a.m.
The mayor and councilor of the town of Peralta will receive monthly stipends starting this month after nearly eight years that elected officials have served on a volunteer basis.
The Mothers of Mighty Men are a group of moms with sixth-grade boys at Raymond Gabaldon Elementary School.
Students at Valencia High School protested PARCC testing Monday morning, chanting "Say No to PARCC."
After several hours of interviews Saturday, and a two-hour executive session, the Los Lunas Board of Education chose Dana Sanders as the superintendent of Los Lunas Schools.
Beginning in July, villagers can expect to pay 25 cents more in additional gross receipts taxes on a $100 purchase.
The town of Peralta has rebuilt several roads, took in $92,644 in its first revenue from the new 3 mill property tax that was approved back in May and is constructing a sewer system to protect ground water and resident's drinking water.
Rolling Rs and silent Hs are just some of the nuances of the Spanish language. Knowing the grammar rules about accent marks is a must in the Spanish spelling bee.