Nearly all the seats at the Peralta town hall meeting were filled with residents questioning a proposed 2 mill levy.
Graduating seniors today are not like graduates in their parents' time. Some of today's seniors are graduating with several hours of college credit or even associates degrees along with their high school diplomas.
At 6 years old, Zaylon Zamora is a small package but he has a huge heart.
The mayor and council of Peralta will consider implementing an increase in property taxes to help build a new sewer system at their meeting next week.
Today's children seem to be born tech savvy. Right away, they grasp some of the latest technology. In this digital age, that's important.
Children seated with heads bowed in concentration over brightly colored snap-on bricks are pulling ideas from their young minds to build houses, automobiles and other structures concocted from their imaginations.
Los Lunas Schools officials are anticipating an upcoming teacher shortage, with 22 teachers and 24 administrators retiring this year.
Katherine Hower, a resident of Belen, won the Best Chocolate Baker award in the cookies and candy division of the fourth annual Southwest Chocolate and Coffee Fest.
Staci March, a technology-savvy Century High School teacher, has been named a "STAR Discovery Educator" by Discovery Education for her innovative use of technology.
Many elders on fixed incomes go without basic necessities and food items most people take for granted.
Los Lunas Mayor Charles Griego has been busy his first month in office. Every morning before going to work, he has gone to the village administrative offices to meet with department heads about concerns voters expressed to him on the campaign trail.
Hoping to reduce the number of child abuse cases in the state, Gov. Susana Martinez signed an executive order directing the Children Youth and Families Department to establish a Child Advocacy Center pilot program in Valencia County.
Home is a refuge, a place to feel secure. For victims of domestic violence, finding a safe home can seem like a mirage, but the Valencia Shelter Services' Transitional Housing program makes home sweet home a real deal.
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.