The grand opening of the Valencia County Child Advocacy Center at the Henry Perea Building on Morris Road in Los Lunas was held on Friday.
Residents in Peralta with homes off La Ladera Road are getting flooded every time it rains. Peanut Road appears to be a spillway for an arroyo coming down off Isleta Pueblo land.
The Los Lunas Village Council approved lowering the traffic speed limit on Highline Street in the Buena Vista and Fiesta neighborhoods.
If wasted home heating and cooling appeared as dollar bills flying out from under doors, slipping out through window frames and swept away by the wind, most people would chase after their cash.
Gov. Susana Martinez announced 250 well-paying jobs coming to the Los Lunas area at a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday in Los Morros Business Park for Accurate Machine & Tool Co.
The School of Dreams Academy, founded in 2008, has seen a swing in school grades from the New Mexico Department of Education since the new grading system was implemented three years ago.
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts is hosting a book signing event for New Mexico's premiere Hispanic author Rudolfo Anaya, for his latest children's book, "How Chile Came to New Mexico."
Los Lunas Schools' Standard Based Assessments reading and math scores improved this year, according to the New Mexico Public Education Department.
Los Lunas might become the new home of a South Valley business that would offer 100 permanent jobs and about 150 temporary construction jobs.
An encounter with a famous Native American potter on a lonely highway north of Española was serendipitous for Tomé potter Vilis Shipman.
In the state's A-F grading system, seven out of 16 Los Lunas Schools went up a grade or more this year, plus the district has the only A-graded school in Valencia County.
From an aerial view, Valencia County is a patchwork of vibrant green alfalfa fields in a tapestry of cropland, pastures and villages.
School of Dreams Academy is fast becoming an early college high school.
For better or for worse, genetically-modified crops have come to Valencia County. In particular, a GM variety of alfalfa, the county's No. 1 hay crop.
The Valencia County Community Expo will kick off events at noon on Saturday, Aug. 2, with a Poker Run.
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts will have a special guest Saturday, Aug. 2, anthropologist David A. Phillips Jr., the curator of archaeology at the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and a research associate professor of anthropology at the University of New Mexico.
The School of Dreams Academy 2014-15 budget is on an even keel even after Gov. Susana Martinez's mandated 3 percent salary increase for education staff and an additional 3 percent for licensed educational assistants.
The recently appointed Los Lunas Schools district interim Superintendent Ron Williams abruptly rescinded his new position last week.
(Editor's note: This the first of a series of articles about the genetically-modified alfalfa being grown across the country and right here in Valencia County.)