A Los Lunas man was sentenced to 18 years in prison last Wednesday for the brutal assault of his then estranged wife, her mother and son.
Brandon Whatley was his parent's miracle child. After trying for 13 years to conceive, Ronald and Helen Whatley were on the verge of deciding to go into debt to have the child they so dearly wanted.
October is a month of awareness for a lot of causes — from breast cancer to domestic violence — and the Belen High School Health Center employees have decided to take a stand and walk for a very important cause this month.
An infusion of federal funding into the state will translate to more programs at the local branch college, which will help get people out into the workforce.
A Peralta family is mourning the loss of a four-legged friend after police shot and killed their German shepherd red heeler mix in their frontyard two weeks ago.
It was at a quiet, low-key breakfast meet-and-greet last week that Sharon Day, Republican National Committee co-chairwoman, encouraged local Republicans to keep fighting and "do the right thing for New Mexicans."
History sits along the roads of Valencia County, just waiting to be explored.
Federal recognition of a local landmark may be in jeopardy if the ownership of a road in Tomé can't be settled.
There's high tech and low tech, but one Jarales manufacturer refers to his process as "appropriate tech."
Winter isn't here just yet, but there is a county-wide freeze that started last week and will stay for the foreseeable future.
The Belen Consolidated Schools health services coordinator is asking the school board for permission to use three school sites to hold HPV vaccine clinics this year.
It's time for the Valencia Valley Quilters to show their true colors.
Dr. Laura Musselwhite is getting an education in New Mexico lawn care. The recent Georgia transplant has found out just how fierce the goatheads are at her new Los Lunas home.
Things are status quo for the Belen hospital project.
A compromise might be in the offing for two Valencia County municipalities.
Things are going to be wet and wild for Valencia County fire departments this Saturday.
In the very near future, a sustainable, green manufacturer should be calling the Rio Grande Industrial Park home thanks to enticement from the city of Belen.
Due to a missed deadline, the $3.4 million general obligation bond for a new Belen fire station will not make it onto the general election ballot in November.