Los Lunas village residents might see a rise in taxes on their purchases in 2015 when the village will be able to add a three-eighths of 1 percent sales tax to recoup revenue losses from the Hold Harmless Act.
In honor of Women's History Month, the Business Women of Valencia County shared some of their thoughts about women they admire.
An old dispute concerning the election of Los Lunas Village Councilor Amanda Perea to the Council District 1 seat two years ago was resuscitated by opponent Helen Y. Cole this month.
Supporters of Valencia County Youth Against Bullying were at a recent Los Lunas Board of Education meeting to raise awareness of what bullying does to youth in the community.
Families will likely see higher prices for fresh meat and produce as the drought continues to devastate farmers across the region.
The hustle and bustle of modern life can distract people from appreciating the pleasures of just being alive.
Los Lunas residents are being asked what type of businesses they want in the village, such as retail stores, entertainment facilities, and what employment opportunities they feel are needed.
Sergio Cristobal Morales, a Los Lunas Middle School seventh-grader, won first place at the 2014 Los Lunas district Spanish Spelling Bee.
A group of Valencia County 4-H students ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade are having a great time shaking jars of heavy cream into butter.
Los Lunas voters elected a new mayor, two new councilors and a new municipal judge Tuesday night.
News flash: kids like vegetables. If given a chance to try different varieties, children will eat more of them. That's been the experience at Los Lunas Elementary School, where a fruit and vegetable competition was launched mid-January.
The Los Lunas Board of Education is considering creating a new policy that would act as a safety net for graduation requirements, and hopes the New Mexico Public Education Department will accept it.
New or used, an additional car for a small town is a big deal.
The village of Los Lunas is reworking portions of its employee policy ordinance regarding nepotism, college-tuition reimbursement and vacation time.
Planning for Valencia County population growth over the next 25 years to meet transportation demands was the subject of a recent Mid-Region Metropolitan Planning workshop.
Billy the Kid may be an outlaw to many people, but for native Los Lunas author, Ray John de Aragon, the Kid aka William H. Bonney was someone his family knew.
Capturing that certain something in a landscape at just the right time of day when color is imbued with fantastic hues, or that chance appearance of wildlife, that's what photographers William Pearson and Barbara C. Arnold strive to achieve.
Los Lunas Schools graduation rates have been running neck-to-neck with statewide graduation rates, but fell below it in 2013 by just 0.9 percent.
Mike Ogas, principal and co-founder of the School of Dreams Academy in Los Lunas, is disappointed by the school's first graduation rate as calculated by the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Sonya C. Moya was named the newest member of the Los Lunas Board of Education by a unanimous vote last week.