Taste the difference in beans cooked in traditional micaceous pottery and other foods made in ceramic cookware at Tomé Art Gallery’s special demonstration, “Art in Action,” from noon to 4…[Read more]
Residents in Los Lunas will likely see an increase in their water and sewer utility bills each year over the next five years if village councilors approve it.
The Los Lunas Board of Education is currently searching for a consultant to assist them in the search for a new superintendent.
Artist R. Diane Martinez, a resident of Bosque Farms, is one of 35 artists chosen from hundreds of applicants to showcase her art work at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Tomé resident Glynette Carson-McNabb isn’t the type of person to look for praise just for doing her job. She’ll tell you her greatest achievement is her 8-year-old son, Case. But…[Read more]
Los Lunas Schools will hold an election on Feb. 3 to elect or re-elect three board of education members for District 1, currently held by Charles Tabet; District 2, now held by Sonya C'Moya; and District 4, currently held by Sean Gibson.
Self-help books have been written about "finding your voice," the ability to speak from your authentic self, but what if you turn into a jellyfish when presented with an opportunity to speak in public? It's sometimes hard to express your true self.
A handful of students from the School of Dreams Academy were actors in a local film Saturday.
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.