New Mexico high school graduation rates are increasing, according to a New Mexico Public Education Department report, and Los Lunas Schools' graduation rate increased from 66 percent last year, to nearly 71 percent, or 706 graduates.
If you see what looks like cross-country skiers in your neighborhood, it is probably Nordic pole walkers.
Local romance novelist Lois C. Sullivan has turned her enchanted pen to writing the perfect marriage vows for couples who have made the commitment, "till death do us part."
Two seats on the Los Lunas District Board of Education were filled, and voters approved the 2 mill levy during the election Tuesday.
Out of the blue early last December, 32-year-old Amy Baca began to have excruciating back pain.
Los Lunas Middle School students are collecting as many pairs of gently used jeans as they can by Friday, Feb. 8, for homeless teens in New Mexico.
People fondly say they would like local youth to get their college degrees and come back to work in the community.
There are no new taxes or any tax hikes in the Los Lunas Schools 2 mill levy election coming up on Tuesday, Feb. 5, said Claire Cieremans, the district CFO. It's an old tax the district would like voters to continue.
Los Lunas government employees won't have to travel far to see their family physician now that the village has a new primary care clinic for them and the 10,000 Valencia County residents covered by the Lovelace Health System.
Tomé Elementary sixth-grader Yasemin Emami is on a winning streak.
The Valencia County Chamber of Commerce has once again undergone a name change.
Increasing the level of contentment in your life is simple science, says counselor and author Joan Leslie Woodruff, and her new book, "Mind Games," published by AuthorHouse, will show you how.
The Los Lunas Village Council approved a new village logo, and the design for phase one of an interchange beautification project.
The School of Dreams Academy Governing Council appointed a new member, Kathy Chavez.
The latest New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey report shows that underage drinking and drug abuse in Valencia County declined in 2011 from 2009, although it is still slightly higher than the state average.
Career women in the field of technology and computer sciences are no longer as rare as they used to be, but it is still predominantly a male profession.
New Mexico Dogs Deserve Better, a nonprofit charity to promote animal welfare in the state, began visits to Valencia County last month.
The Los Lunas Board of Education approved a cost-sharing memorandum of agreement devised by school officials for operations of the Los Lunas High School swimming pool.
Students at Los Lunas Middle School have been involved in several community service projects as part of an overall school effort to get children more involved in school, at home with their parents and in their community.
Clarence Mora and his family felt a need to do something to honor the 20 elementary students and six adult staff who were shot and killed on Dec. 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.