A Tomé woman is behind bars on a $500,000 cash-only bond on charges of stabbing and killing her boyfriend.
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Residents, business owners and others were not too happy Monday when two key issues to be decided upon by the Belen Planning and Zoning Commission couldn't be heard because three of the five commissioners did not show up for the meeting.
This year's Belen Board of Education election will see four of the five seats up for grabs thanks to two resignations late last year and earlier this year.
Los Lunas Schools will hold an election on Feb. 3 to elect or re-elect three board of education members for District 1, currently held by Charles Tabet; District 2, now held by Sonya C'Moya; and District 4, currently held by Sean Gibson.
A handful of students from the School of Dreams Academy were actors in a local film Saturday.
About a dozen people who showed up to speak at the special meeting of the Belen Board of Education meeting Tuesday weighed in on what they thought about naming the Belen High School football stadium after a former coach.
A former manager of Craig Tires has been arrested and charged with taking more than $25,000 worth of tires and reselling them for his own personal gain.
The angry buzz of chain saws echoed through the Jarales bosque Wednesday morning as a multi-agency bosque thinning project got underway.
As the temperatures continue to drop, the opportunity for criminal activity is on the rise.
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts will host a book signing and talk with the authors of "Women Marked for History," by Phil T. and Rosanne Archuletta from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 22.
The holidays are fast approaching but many parents in Valencia County are having a hard time finding the funds to buy Christmas gifts for their children.
Los Lunas village councilors approved a state Local Economic Development Act grant of $400,000 last week for Accurate Machine and Tool and ACIM.
With the New Mexico House of Representatives boasting a Republican majority for the first time since Eisenhower was in office, three of the four newly selected House leaders represent Valencia County.
Rio Communities City Councilor Cyndi Sluder, one of the first four councilors elected to represent the newly incorporated city, plans to resign her position by year's end.
It was a bitter-sweet meeting of the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus advisory board last week.
To hear him tell it, Alfredo Jaramillo has lived a wonderful life, filled with family, friends and community.
Even though the decision to not renew the Belen Model Railroad Club's lease has been made, club officials are hoping city of Belen officials will change their minds and allow them to continue their display at the Harvey House Museum.
Skeletal remains were found Sunday on Belen's west mesa, and investigators with the Valencia County Sheriff's Office and the Office of the Medical Investigator's Office are trying to determine how old the remains are and who they belonged to.
A local developer is building new homes in the Huning Ranch subdivision on post-tension foundations that are guaranteed not to crack.
Occupy Los Lunas celebrated its third anniversary of meeting together and carrying signs on Main Street.