It is the story of one man's death and suffering. But it is also the story of the salvation of mankind. While the Passion Play recounts Jesus' last days, it's what comes after that is the message.
With the interest in solar development rising in Valencia County, Valencia County planner Jacobo Martinez wants to move zoning in a direction that will allow such development but protect the property as well.
Most people have probably never heard of Black Rock City. It exists for only a brief week, deep in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.
Starting in May, residents of Bosque Farms could see higher sewer bills. After several months of wrangling numbers, village councilors unanimously agreed to publish and consider the first substantial rate increase to sewer fees in nearly a decade.
When Stewart Major drove the west mesa above Belen, he wasn't surprised to see trash covering the mesa along with his cattle.
They are often behind the scenes but that doesn't mean the nearly 60 women who make up the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Our Lady of Belen No. 1359 aren't a driving force in the parish.
They come from different departments, but they had one common goal — to make Valencia County a safer, cleaner, healthier place to live.
The county's mobile home department is making a dent in the back taxes owed on these homes thanks to diligent research and the willingness to take them to public auction.
Business is a competitive field, with everyone looking for an edge.
In this day and age, you're not famous until you're Facebook famous.
Two Valencia County firefighters have been disciplined after arriving at a structure fire under the influence of alcohol on New Year's Day.
It's going to be a weekend of fun, flight and film at this year's 30th annual St. Patrick's Day Balloon Rallye.
A healthy meal sounds like such a simple thing, but for many senior citizens around the country and across New Mexico it isn't.
A conflict in the state's property tax rules is potentially adding dollars to local veterans' tax bills.
In a matter of seconds, everything can change.
With a healthy voter turnout, the town of Peralta elected three incumbent councilors to its governing body Tuesday.
It wasn't a hotly contested race in the village of Bosque Farms but they managed to elect two councilors, Bill Kennedy and Russ Walkup, incumbents who both ran unopposed.
In the matter of a few minutes, Tommy Wisneski went from baseball to board room Tuesday night.
Valencia County commissioners voted down a proposed zone change for a 100-acre solar field on the east side 3-2.