The Belen Consolidated Schools health services coordinator is asking the school board for permission to use three school sites to hold HPV vaccine clinics this year.
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It's time for the Valencia Valley Quilters to show their true colors.
The editorial staff at the Valencia County News-Bulletin came away with seven 2013-14 Better Newspaper Awards, sponsored by the New Mexico Press Association.
There will be perky penguins and plump polar bears, carefree carousals and Santa's sleigh, more than 200,000 lights, 50 Christmas trees and all the holiday cheer you could ever imagine.
Many have described Belen Police Officer Mike Esquibel as a man who not only wanted to help others but to really make a difference in people's lives — and he did.
Dr. Laura Musselwhite is getting an education in New Mexico lawn care. The recent Georgia transplant has found out just how fierce the goatheads are at her new Los Lunas home.
Los Lunas village councilors approved an ordinance to issue an industrial revenue bond worth up to $30 million to Accurate Machine and Tool Co. and ACIM.
Things are status quo for the Belen hospital project.
While the city of Belen has been working on renovating the old City Hall, the governing body isn't yet quite ready to go through the process â€• or the expenseâ€• of placing the building on the National Register of Historic Places.
A compromise might be in the offing for two Valencia County municipalities.
Most people picture a little farm with a few cows, chickens and a couple of crop fields when they think of where food comes from.
Things are going to be wet and wild for Valencia County fire departments this Saturday.
Current plans for the Lobos Pipeline for funneling carbon dioxide across Socorro, Catron and Torrance counties were met with backlash from property owners at the first of three town hall meetings earlier this month at La Pomesa Elementary School in Veguita.
Socorro's Jon Spargo is on a mission.
Bosque Farms Elementary School fifth-graders had a fun time learning about the Constitution and Bill of Rights with Geoff Nims, a hearing officer for the 13th Judicial District Court.
In the very near future, a sustainable, green manufacturer should be calling the Rio Grande Industrial Park home thanks to enticement from the city of Belen.
Some people collect stamps, baseball cards, coins, dolls and other collectibles.
Sheriff's investigators say a Los Chavez man is lucky to be alive after being shot five times outside his home Saturday night.
Due to a missed deadline, the $3.4 million general obligation bond for a new Belen fire station will not make it onto the general election ballot in November.
A bit more than a year old, the citizens of Rio Communities is ready to celebrate its incorporation with floats, marching bands, horse clubs and flag-waving politicians riding in convertible cars.