One Valencia County administrator is calling the county's stagnant budget a "perfect storm."
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Belen Board of Education recently approved a resolution against New Mexico Public Education Department policy changes they say places an undue burden on district educators.
The Los Lunas Village Council approved the sale of 256.31 acre-feet of pre-1907 water rights, even though some residents were against the sale.
After searching for nearly three years, the Belen Area Food Pantry is slated to get a new home.
After repeated citations for zoning violations, the Bosque Farms village council voted 3-0 to revoke the business license for Los Campa's Tire Shop.
New Mexico Territory was one of the last frontiers of U.S. settlement, and it added many colorful threads to the fabric of American history, both in culture and legend.
Taking a trip down New Mexico old roads is just one UNM-Valencia Campus stop away.
With one sign and its foot-and-a-half-tall lettering "BAKERY" and another sign sporting "Free Coffee," it's hard to miss Delicias Bakery Cafe in Belen.
Coming from a small, poor community in Silver City, Advanced Practice Nurse Yolanda Morales understands the economic struggle and minimal health care available in rural areas.
Administrators from Belen and Los Lunas schools expect the New Mexico Activities Association to place the three Valencia County high schools into a district with schools from Doña Ana County in the association's new alignment scheme.
Every year, Valencia County Fire Chief Steven Gonzales warns residents and farmers about the dangers of open burning.
Valencia County teachers and their supporters took their opposition curbside last week against state-mandated education policy changes as part of "Take It Back" rallies across New Mexico.
The holidays are upon us and eager elves throughout Valencia County are preparing and organizing their annual events to give something special to those who are less fortunate.
Boxes of Thanksgiving dinner turkeys and other food items were delivered Monday by the Los Lunas Fire Department to families who might otherwise go without.
While responding to a domestic violence call in Peralta Saturday, Bosque Farms police officers uncovered large quantities of marijuana in various stages of the cultivation process.
An alleged illegal race track in San Clemente, which reportedly used a 9-year-old child as a jockey, has been shut down after the arrest of the property owners and track operators.
On a 3-2 vote, Valencia County commissioners pushed a proposed late term abortion ordinance forward for public hearing Wednesday evening.
Local teenagers were out on Los Lunas Main Street Saturday, with hand-painted signs asking for donations and encouraging people to adopt pets from the Valencia County Animal Shelter.
There has been one case of rabies confirmed in a 6-month-old dog at the Valencia County Animal Shelter.