Three of the four seats on the ballot for the Belen Board of Education were unopposed. The only opposed race in the Belen District was between incumbent Lorraine Espinosa and…[Read more]
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The newly elected Los Lunas Board of Education members, Frank Otero and Bryan Smith, will be sworn in on Tuesday, March 3.
The three incumbent candidates for the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus Advisory Board were all unopposed in their bids for re-election this year.
A retired Belen Schools administrator and educator is hoping his experience and vision will help the newest city in Valencia County become a prosperous and viable community.
There might be a new charter school in Valencia County next year.
About a dozen residents added their voices to a discussion on the Los Lunas Route 66 Scenic Byway Corridor project at a recent meeting at the Transportation Center.
Another local girl wins an award for women in technology. When Paige Torres, a junior at the School of Dreams Academy, received notification that she won the "Aspirations in Computing" award from the National Center for Women and Information Technology, she immediately hugged her identical twin sister, Taylor, who had won the same award last year.
Belen Board of Education District 1 Max Cordova: 278 Lorraine Espinosa (I): 153 District 2 Tommy Wisneski (I): 53 District 3 Larry Lindberg (I): 75 District 5 Larry Garley (I):…[Read more]
Los Lunas Fire Department Capt. John Gabaldon, 38, has big shoes to fill. He will be the new fire chief after Chief Atalino "Lito" Chavez retires at the end of the month.
Good food, good people, good music and good weather all came together Saturday to make the 15th annual Hispano Chamber of Valencia County Matanza a success.
This year's election season for local education boards is coming to a close, with Election Day, Tuesday, Feb. 3, less than a week away. There are 15 candidates who filed for seats on the Los Lunas and Belen boards of education, and the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus Advisory Board.
Joseph R. Byers, a candidate for Los Lunas Board of Education, and his son, Donivan, were escorted from the Los Lunas High School gym Saturday by school resource officer Joe Griego, during a high school boys basketball game.
As the old water tank near Interstate 25 and the Camino del Llano exit started to come down last week, some residents and Belen High School alumni were stunned that the eagle painted on the tank was being destroyed.
Once again, the soup is on at the annual Tomé Art Gallery Soup R Bowl.
Hoping to get older residents to become more active, the Valencia County Senior Olympics is challenging area seniors to a fun but healthy competition — the VC-100 Fitness Challenge.
The YDI-Valencia Court Appointed Special Advocate program is putting out the call for volunteer children's advocates, and the new program manager is hoping the community will answer.
The discovery of four mutilated dog corpses at the county transfer station has the animal control director concerned about possible dog fighting in Valencia County.
A burglar who broke into a home in Pueblitos earlier this week turned himself in after his photo was shared on social media and on television
The Belen Consolidated Schools superintendent found himself at home channel surfing Tuesday morning, after receiving a letter from the school board putting him on paid administrative leave.