The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts will host a book signing and talk with the authors of "Women Marked for History," by Phil T. and Rosanne Archuletta from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22.
Los Lunas village councilors approved a state Local Economic Development Act grant of $400,000 last week for Accurate Machine and Tool and ACIM.
Too much homework at too young of an age fosters feelings of inadequacy and a dislike of school. That is one of the conclusions of a 2009 documentary film "Race to Nowhere: The Dark Side of America's Achievement Culture," directed by Vicki Abeles.
A local developer is building new homes in the Huning Ranch subdivision on post-tension foundations that are guaranteed not to crack.
Occupy Los Lunas celebrated its third anniversary of meeting together and carrying signs on Main Street.
Kylar Wright, a 16-year-old Los Lunas High School student, is between a rock and a hard place. He needs a bone marrow transplant but he's too sick for the procedure.
Hammering out the details for sewer service from Bosque Farms to Peralta has been a lengthy process.
The School of Dreams Academy is considering a collaboration with Sisneros Brothers Manufacturing and other local companies to develop a workforce training program.
Swarms of camouflaged JROTC cadets tested their strength and endurance at the Tiger Battalion's 19th annual Raiders Challenge Saturday.
Inner beauty that shines forth in spite of adversity is the subject of a photography project undertaken by Meadow Lake photographer Misty McFadden.
Just in time for Halloween, local author Ray John de Aragon's book, "New Mexico Book of the Undead, Goblin and Ghoul Folklore," was released by the History Press.
Grab your running shoes and join hundreds of people in a 1K, 5K and 10K run/walk for the third annual Dash on the Ditch fundraiser at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 18, at Heritage Park in Los Lunas.
Creating works of art to honor veterans is what the Art Wall at the American Legion Post 81 in Belen is all about.
After nearly two hours of debate last week, Peralta Mayor Bryan Olguin broke a tie to approve an inter-governmental agreement with Bosque Farms for sewer service.
Los Lunas village councilors approved an ordinance to issue an industrial revenue bond worth up to $30 million to Accurate Machine and Tool Co. and ACIM.
Most people picture a little farm with a few cows, chickens and a couple of crop fields when they think of where food comes from.
Bosque Farms Elementary School fifth-graders had a fun time learning about the Constitution and Bill of Rights with Geoff Nims, a hearing officer for the 13th Judicial District Court.
Some people collect stamps, baseball cards, coins, dolls and other collectibles.
School of Dreams Academy has been awarded a $170,000 Early College High School program grant from the New Mexico Public Education Department.