A business owner in the village of Bosque Farms has one last chance to keep his doors open.
Valencia County has responded to an appeal made in district court by 14 county residents who feel the county commissioners' decision to grant a local business a certificate of legal non-conformance was incorrect.
A property on the north end of Bosque Farms Boulevard will soon be no more, possibly before year's end.
Valencia County commissioners agreed to support five of the six legislative priorities put forth by the New Mexico Association of Counties.
A Los Lunas solider injured in a train crash last month has been transported to a speciality hospital in Colorado in the hopes of recovering from a spinal cord injury.
It really all started in Socorro County.
A second subdivision has come to the county to ask that it pay for maintenance and electric bills for street lights in the community.
Every parent lives with the secret dread of seeing their child die first, of watching them suffer through pain and breathing their last breath.
Things seem to be ticking along smoothly for Valencia County these days.
County commissioners unanimously approved a zone change for a new solar facility on the county's east side, Monday evening, after little discussion amongst themselves.
Valencia County commissioners took one more step toward ending the ongoing saga of curbside trash pickup in the county Monday evening.
With the absence of two councilors, last month's village of Bosque Farms council meeting mostly consisted of the monthly department report from the chief of police.
There's going to be a Jaguar on the loose in the Farm soon.
It seems like such a simple thing — if you're hungry, you go to the fridge and pull out a snack, open a cupboard and find ingredients for a meal.
She has only been here since April, but already Judy Turner has immersed herself in the Valencia County art community.
A Los Lunas native and Afghanistan war veteran is recovering in a Midland, Texas, hospital this week, after the parade float he and his wife were riding on was struck by a train — reported to be traveling at more than 60 mph — last Thursday.
A controversial coyote hunt sponsored by a local business came to an end Sunday afternoon.
A solar project planned on Valencia County's east side got the go-ahead from the planning and zoning commission last month.
(Editor's note: The numbers reported in this article are the unofficial numbers from the New Mexico Secretary of State's office. Counties in some of the multi-county districts may still be counting provisional and in lieu of ballots.)
The McDonald home is warm and cozy on a cloudy, drizzly day.