Despite not having new capital outlay funding for road projects this year, city of Belen officials are moving forward in repairing what they can with what they have.
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The U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Education has formally authorized the conversion of the Pueblo of Isleta Elementary School from a BIE-operated school to a tribally-controlled grant school, pursuant to Public Law 100-297, the Tribally Controlled Schools Act.
The Valencia County division of Youth Development, Inc., was recently awarded a $632,500 grant by the State of New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department to serve the residents of Valencia County.
A project promising hundreds of jobs for Valencia County has come to an end before it even got started due to a lack of financing.
Sometimes just a show of support and a big fluffy dog can give someone the little extra encouragement they need.
The Belen School Board has decided to take a pass on naming an interim superintendent and move forward with the hiring of a permanent administrator.
Six days after the sudden resignation of New Mexico Sen. Phil Griego (D-39), the Valencia County commissioners submitted a name to the governor's office for consideration — Santa Fe County Commissioner Elizabeth Stefanics.
Nearly two years after a Los Lunas teenager took his own life after being bullied and tormented, the state Legislature passed a bill that carries his name as well as his mission.
Rio Communities city councilors unanimously voted earlier this month to approve a solar overlay zone for a piece of property PNM is interested in for a solar generation facility.
Los Lunas High School students showed their hearts when their teacher lost a loved one.
All Los Lunas village staff promotions and transfers will now need approval from the governing council.
An Albuquerque man was arrested earlier this month for selling bootleg CDs at the Belen flea market.
Valencia County commissioners have seven names to mull over today before choosing a nominee for the vacant seat for New Mexico Senate District 39. Hopefuls from throughout the district asked…[Read more]
The bright spot in The Pit Friday night was the Lady Tigers winning the girls Class 5A state basketball championship. Up in the bleachers, the crowd of fans was wild with enthusiasm as the team played a razor-edge game against Gallup. When the Tigers won 68-63, the crowd exploded.
In the wake of a surprise resignation by a state senator, six counties, including Valencia County, are scrambling to come up with nominees for the governor to consider for the now-vacant seat.
Valencia County sheriff's deputies have arrested one man for a home invasion Monday morning but are still looking for a second suspect.
The streets of the Hub City haven't been the same for the past couple of months since Belen's favorite resident Trinnie "Pito Pito" Baca became ill.
With the legislative session whirling quickly to a close, Senate Majority Leader Michael Sanchez (D-29) is tired but still having fun.
An elderly woman and her pets have the Belen fire chief and a couple of helpful neighbors to thank for saving their lives from what could have been a tragic fire.