An eleventh hour announcement from Valencia County had local municipalities scrambling to cover the costs of their emergency medical services for the next fiscal year.
A little more than two years after a fire decimated a local thrift store, the organization is rising from the ashes, coming back to the city of Belen better than ever.
My eldest child, whom I love dearly, is the absolute worst. He is really of no help whatsoever.
It's four years of hard work to get a high school diploma. Then, depending on the desire of the student, it can be another two, four or more years of hard work to earn a degree or certification.
Building a hospital in Valencia County has been a topic of contentious discussion and debate for more than eight years, and no one seems any closer to delivering a health care facility than they were in 2006.
Right now, 1617 River Road is a quiet, idyllic park. Later this summer, it will begin the transformation into a long-awaited agricultural farm for the Belen Consolidated Schools' Future Farmers of America program.
A new court schedule for the village of Bosque Farms seems to have irked the mayor and council, with at least one councilor calling for the municipal judge's resignation.
When faced with the annual question, "So, what did you do on your summer vacation?" despite parents' best efforts, the response from students is usually a disinterested, "Nothin'."
The Valencia County commissioners approved an agreement with the city of Belen to help pay for the municipality's recycling program for another year, but not without an oddly split vote.
The Fourth of July will be a bigger bang than usual in the city of Belen this year, with the New Mexico premier of renowned feminist artist Judy Chicago’s documentary of her 2014 spectacular fireworks display “A Butterfly for Brooklyn.”
It only took seven years, but the Bosque Farms Village Council approved a new animal control ordinance.
A local education board is slowly moving towards replacing a member who resigned last November.
The people of "The Farm" are rallying around one of their police officers they say is being targeted by the state's law enforcement academy board for excessive and unfair discipline — the revocation of her law enforcement certification.
It's been nearly three years since the legal battle between a local ambulance company and a handful of government agencies has reared its head, but now it has returned in the form of a motion to reconsider from the company's attorney.
A divided Belen Board of Education chose a new superintendent at a special meeting Tuesday night.
A structure that has been described as the heart of the community has been added to the New Mexico Historical Society's list of cultural properties.