Vases of flowers decorate the comfortably furnished living room and formal dining room of Don and Pauline Taylor's residence off Los Cerritos Road in Los Lunas.
The newly elected Los Lunas Board of Education members, Frank Otero and Bryan Smith, will be sworn in on Tuesday, March 3.
About a dozen residents added their voices to a discussion on the Los Lunas Route 66 Scenic Byway Corridor project at a recent meeting at the Transportation Center.
Another local girl wins an award for women in technology. When Paige Torres, a junior at the School of Dreams Academy, received notification that she won the "Aspirations in Computing" award from the National Center for Women and Information Technology, she immediately hugged her identical twin sister, Taylor, who had won the same award last year.
Getting tangled up in electric cords, earphone wires, camera straps, computer case and purse straps happens more than I care to admit.
Los Lunas Fire Department Capt. John Gabaldon, 38, has big shoes to fill. He will be the new fire chief after Chief Atalino "Lito" Chavez retires at the end of the month.
Good food, good people, good music and good weather all came together Saturday to make the 15th annual Hispano Chamber of Valencia County Matanza a success.
Joseph R. Byers, a candidate for Los Lunas Board of Education, and his son, Donivan, were escorted from the Los Lunas High School gym Saturday by school resource officer Joe Griego, during a high school boys basketball game.
Preliminary work for the Los Lunas Route 66 Scenic Byway Corridor project has begun and public input is being sought.
History lives on the pottery of R. Diane Martinez, a longtime Bosque Farms resident. The blood of her Tarahumara Indian ancestors guides her hand in the art of pottery making.
The bus-loads of district spelling bee winners ran late on the cold, wet morning of the Valencia County Spelling Bee Tuesday, but the competition flew and Gil Sanchez Elementary sixth-grader Jace McNabb won first place in the fifth round.
The Los Lunas Board of Education held a work session Tuesday to iron out details for its superintendent search.
Educators are a special breed with qualities that make them well suited to the patience-testing task of educating children.
A heavy tarp attached to chain link fencing surrounds construction work at Los Lunas High School so students can safely attend classes while Phase II of the school is being built.
Valencia County might see a new 911 dispatch center as early as 2016. That's the goal of Shirley Valdez, director of the Valencia Regional Emergency Communication Center.
Los Lunas village councilors approved a resolution Thursday to deed back land to Merillat, the cabinet manufacturer.
I'm like a hungry dog with a bone when I get a new book that I'm anxious to read. Over the weekend I devoured, "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States" by historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz.
The Los Lunas Council voted against amending the water rights purchase agreement it made with developer Curb South and Vidler New Mexico, LLC at a special morning meeting on Nov. 26.
The Village Inn restaurant in Los Lunas has closed its doors after 20 years of serving meals to local residents and visitors. The owners, Lenny and Linda Fresquez, started doing business in Los Lunas with Arby's Roast Beef, then opened the Village Inn across the street.
Head injuries in football have been in the news a lot the past couple of years, alarming fans and officials of the beloved sport. Nobody wants athletes to be harmed. That's why Los Lunas High School sports trainer, Brett Schram, wants every coach in the district to have access to ImPACT, a computerized concussion diagnostic tool used by professional sports organizations such as the NFL.