Belen Mayor Jerah Cordova says he wants someone who has strong leadership abilities and a deep understanding of city government as the next city manager.
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Los Lunas village residents might see a rise in taxes on their purchases in 2015 when the village will be able to add a three-eighths of 1 percent sales tax to recoup revenue losses from the Hold Harmless Act.
When Stewart Major drove the west mesa above Belen, he wasn't surprised to see trash covering the mesa along with his cattle.
While Nicole Lardner will never be who she was before, her family says she's making huge strides after a car accident nearly took her life almost six months ago.
When you're fighting crime, law enforcement has come to realize that any and every device available could help — especially if it can fly.
An investigation into an officer-involved shooting in Los Lunas continues as the suspect is recovering in an Albuquerque hospital.
An old dispute concerning the election of Los Lunas Village Councilor Amanda Perea to the Council District 1 seat two years ago was resuscitated by opponent Helen Y. Cole this month.
Supporters of Valencia County Youth Against Bullying were at a recent Los Lunas Board of Education meeting to raise awareness of what bullying does to youth in the community.
When Luke Padilla isn't in school, wrestling or playing baseball and basketball, he's busy having fun and learning how to become a responsible citizen and a leader in the Boys and Girls Club of Valencia County.
They are often behind the scenes but that doesn't mean the nearly 60 women who make up the Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Our Lady of Belen No. 1359 aren't a driving force in the parish.
They come from different departments, but they had one common goal — to make Valencia County a safer, cleaner, healthier place to live.
Naithan Gurule might be the village of Los Lunas' youngest ever police chief, but with his years of experience on the force, he says he's more than ready for the challenge.
"It feels like Christmas," said Rev. Stephen Schultz, pastor of Our Lady of Belen Catholic Church, when one of five oil paintings the church owns was revealed Friday after being conserved for an upcoming exhibit.
The county's mobile home department is making a dent in the back taxes owed on these homes thanks to diligent research and the willingness to take them to public auction.
The hustle and bustle of modern life can distract people from appreciating the pleasures of just being alive.
After an hour and a half of questioning three applicants to fill a judicial vacancy in district court, two names will be sent to the governor for consideration.
Business is a competitive field, with everyone looking for an edge.
In this day and age, you're not famous until you're Facebook famous.
Two Valencia County firefighters have been disciplined after arriving at a structure fire under the influence of alcohol on New Year's Day.
A total of 44 candidates will by vying for your votes in the June Primary Election after filing the necessary paperwork on Tuesday to appear on the ballot.