One of Valencia County's most recognizable landmarks found its way home Tuesday morning.
June primaries are more than six months away, but Valencia County voters should be prepared for some changes at the polls.
Martin Sisneros has given back — in more ways than he can even count — for the love of his country and community
There are everyday heroes who do what they do, not for praise or plaques or recognition.
Almost a decade ago, as Christmas was approaching, Belenites David and Cynthia Moya were mulling over what to do on that special day.
(Editor's note: This is the 10th of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction affects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
They don't do it for the titles or the prestige. It's not about the accolades or the special license plates.
It isn't often you get to save your best friend's life. But that's exactly what Marlene Naranjo, 64, did this spring when her friend, Mary Beth ElGouhary, collapsed at a senior center in Albuquerque.
There's a new face at the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus and chances are, he'll be taking a picture of your face. Jon Lechel stepped into the position of senior public relations specialist at the campus in August after the departure of Chad Perry.
It could be argued that spending money is as easy as tripping over a rock. You grab something from the store, order from your favorite website and get free shipping or just pay the kid next door $20 to mow the lawn.
Just off the hustle and bustle of N.M. 6 in Los Lunas, sits a quiet oasis of art and history â€• the Old Valencia Gallery and Studio.
Despite having the money in his budget, county commissioners rejected Valencia County Sheriff Louis Burkhard's request to add a sergeant's position to the courthouse security division his department oversees.
Work on the county jail is still on hold after Valencia County commissioners voted unanimously to wait for further budget analysis last week, saying that future costs for the facility might be more than the budget can handle.
Health, safety and welfare. It's pretty much the driving force behind every modern zoning ordinance ever written.
Nearly 140 Valencia County taxpayers have filed a motion to make themselves part of the latest hospital lawsuit.
A new land-use ordinance for parts of Tomé and Adelino will get its moment in the sun next week.
(Editor's note: This is the ninth of a year-long monthly series about how alcohol and drug addiction affects the community and how those affected work to achieve a better life.)
Valencia County officially has two ambulance services answering emergency medical calls.
A group of Valencia County residents, going by the name Citizens for Honest Government, has put a bounty out on dishonest and corrupt politicians.
It's going to be a rumble in the Rio Abajo come next Saturday.
Three years ago, the Valley Improvement Association hit a magic number — 2010. That was the year the land indentures started to expire and assessment revenues began dropping off.