It's been 74 years of awesome. And the good times will keep on coming at this year's 74th annual Bosque Farms Community Fair.
Things are going as well as can be expected, said Sam Vigil, CEO and founder of Valencia Counseling Services.
It will probably look like just an ordinary camping trip. Maybe larger than most but, to outsiders, the volleyball nets, fun walk/run and bingo, the gathering at Isleta Pueblo today through Sunday will most likely have all the hallmarks of a giant family reunion.
More than 60 people crowded into the Valencia County Commission room last week to hear whether the commissioners would support another agreement with the city of Belen for a hospital.
Valencia County commissioners once again pushed off the start of a contract for countywide trash pickup.
They say lightning never strikes the same place twice. But in the case of Los Lunas Girl Scout Tatiana Hool, not only did a bolt strike twice, it was even bigger the second time around.
On a 3-2 vote, Valencia County Commissioners threw their support behind the city of Belen’s hospital project Wednesday night. After a failed attempt to table the item to rework the…[Read more]
(Editor's note: Visit www.news-bulletin.com to read about the commission's decision Wednesday on the agreement for the hospital project.)
Lynne Getchell is scared for a lot of people. And she is scared for herself.
Some days I look at myself and I am utterly baffled. I look at myself and I think, "Really, Julia? Seriously? What is wrong with you?" Sometimes I just marvel at my oddity
During last week's Valencia County commission meeting, County Manager Bruce Swingle warned that if the county audit doesn't shape up quickly, the county could lose more than $1 million in capital outlay.
An injured Los Lunas veteran is working tirelessly to literally get his feet back under him.
(Editor's note: This is the sixth 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.)
Rio Communities' mayor and city councilors came to the county commissioners June 13 for answers to how to provide more services to New Mexico's newest city.
Who says you have to die where you've always lived?
Governing bodies across Valencia County are tightening up fireworks restrictions in the face of exceptional drought conditions.
To many history is a dry, dusty topic, boring and tedious, full of people and dates that don't matter anymore.
Like all counties in New Mexico, Valencia County counts on property taxes to fill its operational coffers. Of the $24 million-plus dollars in property taxes collected, the county retains more than 29 percent.
Across Valencia County, more than 200 business properties owe upwards of $1.5 million in back property taxes.
There's good news for local college students. Tuition rates at the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus will remain the same for this coming academic year.