Diana Crowson recently retired after nearly 12 years of service as the planning and zoning technician with the village of Los Lunas.
Los Lunas Schools may soon adopt hand-scanning technology to expedite student lunch lines.
The Wounded Warriors Project is dear to Mary Tallouzi's heart. She saw her vibrant son, Daniel Tallouzi, go off to Iraq when he was 22, only to return in an open-eyed coma with severe head injuries.
The Friends of Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area held their first student essay contest, and honored the winners at the annual business meeting.
As schools have had to tighten budget belts because of federal and state cuts to education, extracurricular program activities have often been the first casualties.
The Los Lunas School District 2013-14 student calendar was approved after the board tabled it at the previous meeting because the 60-day legislative session was still in process.
Los Lunas resident Frank Cummings, a veteran of the Korean War, has reluctantly become an advocate for handicap parking.
The peaceful quiet at mid-afternoon on a Valencia County dairy farm belies the turmoil farmers are facing.
The Peralta Elementary School gym was filled with children eager to help second-grade student Cynthia Jaquez-Nevarez, whose leukemia has returned.
Have you ever wondered what the Rio Grande looked like to the first Spanish explorers?
The Los Lunas Village Council passed a resolution and position statement comparing the two competing hospital proposals in Valencia County.
Two young men hiking on El Cerro de Los Lunas Easter Sunday became heroes when they rescued an injured hiker, Matthew Porter.
More than 100 local farmers and ranchers packed the conference room at the Belen Public Library to hear the latest water outlook from the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District last week.
Arena dust swirled up into the air as a gust of spring wind blew off the dry mesa.
Valencia County's new agriculture extension agent, J. Newton McCarty, took his position in the Valencia County Cooperative Extension Service office last month.
The Los Lunas Village Council approved the roads department to pursue additional funding from the New Mexico Department of Transportation, Highway Cooperative and Municipal Arterial Plan grant funding for village road improvement projects.
Petite, blonde and brainy, Chloe Grubb, a sophomore at the School of Dreams Academy, was invited to be a guest speaker at the European Conference on Educational Robotics in Vienna, Austria, April 20-27.
Two adorable little girls, about 2 and 3 years old, run to a woman in blue jeans and amble up onto her lap.
Some of nature's most beautiful creatures can be seen at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, the largest wildlife refuge in New Mexico and the eighth largest refuge in the United Sates.
The senior prom is just around the corner and Valencia County girls are in high gear to find their special dresses and put together a sensational look for this once-in-a-lifetime occasion.