They took their inspiration from everything from underwater seamounts to Independence Day.
A controversial Bosque Farms recycling business has two months to correct three violations of its conditional use permit.
A Bosque Farms couple is asking a district court judge to reverse the village council's decision to grant a conditional use permit to a local recycling company.
(Editor's note: This is the second of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction effects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
The dueling hospital proposals didn't bring much new information to light Wednesday evening, but Valencia County commissioners were quick to draw a hard line concerning the mill levy funds both developers are seeking.
A proposed piece of state legislation is keeping the controversy of coyote hunts in the spotlight this legislative session.
Who's up for a little citizen science?
All cards will be on the table later this month when the two municipalities competing for a local hospital project go before the Valencia County commissioners to present their plans on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
As Valencia Shelter Services begins its 24th year of providing domestic violence services and outreach to the community, some of its community-based services are making a come back.
It was a quiet election for the two incumbents running for the open seats on the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus Advisory Board.
While the Bosque Farms mayor and councilors were firmly behind a proposed mural on a municipal water tank, some residents disagreed.
Valencia County officials have replied to and denied a protest by a local trash hauler, even though they didn't really have to, according to the denial letter.
Setting a new land speed record for government meetings, the county commissioners made short work of approving the election resolution for the first ever municipal election in the city of Rio Communities.
After the payment of a bill, village of Bosque Farms councilors agreed to amend an agreement with its neighbor for law enforcement services.
(Editor's note: This is the first of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction effects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
There are a lot of words that can be used to describe Eva Garcia Glidewell — generous, caring, beautiful, fearless and unique.
For decades now, people have been asking the deejay to turn it up or put a record on.
With the county indigent fund holding steady at a healthy $2.7 million, commissioners once again are discussing the best way to use the taxpayer funded account.
Village of Bosque Farms councilors revisited a loan application for funds to upgrade Well No. 2 one more time at their January meeting, just in case they wanted to call the whole thing off.
Not quite three hours before the deadline, a local residential trash hauler filed a protest to the award of a contract shifting all residential trash services in the unincorporated county to Waste Management.