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Impending thunderstorms cut short the 10th annual Los Lunas Relay for Life event Friday at the Los Lunas High School Eddie Fulkerson Baseball Field.
Several county employees who were looking forward to receiving a pay raise this new fiscal year will have to do without one after it was announced that this year's property tax revenues are estimated to be lower than initially estimated.
It only took seven years, but the Bosque Farms Village Council approved a new animal control ordinance.
A local education board is slowly moving towards replacing a member who resigned last November.
After years of debate about the county's solid waste plan — or lack of one — county commissioners approved entering into a contract with a local man who they hope will advise them on coming up with a solution.
About a dozen people attended a special meeting June 17 to discuss the future of the Los Lunas Chamber of Commerce.
After a little more than an hour in executive session last week, members of the Belen Board of Education approved a two-year, $120,000 contract for the new superintendent, Max Perez.
Most people have probably ever thought about how a disaster would be handled if commercial communication lines were down.
Many of the Valencia County capital outlay projects designated for fiscal year 2015-16 will be funded, just not necessarily to the tune requested by municipalities and state representatives.
The people of "The Farm" are rallying around one of their police officers they say is being targeted by the state's law enforcement academy board for excessive and unfair discipline — the revocation of her law enforcement certification.
It's been nearly three years since the legal battle between a local ambulance company and a handful of government agencies has reared its head, but now it has returned in the form of a motion to reconsider from the company's attorney.
John Lytle, 42, a former detective with the Belen Police Department, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court for violating an arrestee's civil rights by assaulting him during the course of a traffic stop.
Katherine Gallegos Elementary School hosted the second annual Mathematically Connected Communities, or MC2 Math Lab last week.
Democratic Senate Majority Leader Michael S. Sanchez (D-29-Bernalillo and Valencia) was honored by New Mexico’s tribal leaders on June 18, who called him a champion of all New Mexicans and…[Read more]
A divided Belen Board of Education chose a new superintendent at a special meeting Tuesday night.
A structure that has been described as the heart of the community has been added to the New Mexico Historical Society's list of cultural properties.
The office of the Los Lunas Chamber of Commerce is temporarily closed and its annual SummerFest has been canceled because there aren't enough sponsors to support the event.