St. Mary's Catholic School in Belen is well known to the local community but their efforts to get their name out there has garnered them a national award.
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The Los Lunas Community Services Department is hosting a fun run on El Cerro de Los Lunas on Saturday, March 14. The event, "King of the Hill," features a 5K and 10K run on Los Lunas Hill. The 10K run begins at 9 a.m., and the 5K begins at 9:30 a.m.
The mayor and councilor of the town of Peralta will receive monthly stipends starting this month after nearly eight years that elected officials have served on a volunteer basis.
The Mothers of Mighty Men are a group of moms with sixth-grade boys at Raymond Gabaldon Elementary School.
Students at Valencia High School protested PARCC testing Monday morning, chanting "Say No to PARCC."
After several hours of interviews Saturday, and a two-hour executive session, the Los Lunas Board of Education chose Dana Sanders as the superintendent of Los Lunas Schools.
Beginning in July, villagers can expect to pay 25 cents more in additional gross receipts taxes on a $100 purchase.
Candidates wanting to get their name out to voters in the city of Belen might have to play by some new rules when it comes to campaign signs.
For the second year in a row, Belen Consolidated Schools received an unmodified audit, the best opinion it could get.
The town of Peralta has rebuilt several roads, took in $92,644 in its first revenue from the new 3 mill property tax that was approved back in May and is constructing a sewer system to protect ground water and resident's drinking water.
Rolling Rs and silent Hs are just some of the nuances of the Spanish language. Knowing the grammar rules about accent marks is a must in the Spanish spelling bee.
A Hub City man and his nephew were found dead Monday in their single-wide mobile home of apparent gunshots to their heads.
In a unanimous vote, the Belen Board of Education accepted the resignation of the district superintendent Tuesday evening.
Rio Communities, a new city with growing needs, is looking at imposing its first property tax since incorporation in 2013.
A long-standing ordinance prohibiting the use of alcohol in municipal buildings and property is being reconsidered by Belen city councilors in cases of public celebrations, economic development special events or an annual activity.
Every month, Los Lunas Schools, in partnership with the Roadrunner Food Bank, delivers food at Ann Parish Elementary School to feed more than 150 local families.
Belen city councilors approved keeping 45 acres of water rights in the Rancho Cielo subdivision last week rather than selling them for $13,750 per acre-foot.
A quick look at the graduation numbers for Belen Consolidated Schools Class of 2014 doesn't really tell the whole story, district administrators say.
In just four rounds, the field of 42 spellers in the Belen Consolidated Schools district-wide Spanish Spelling bee was narrowed to two —Dennis Chavez Elementary fourth-grader Adanani Apodaca and last year's winner, Aylin Contreras, a Belen Middle School eighth-grader.
Most people might not know it yet — until now — but there has been another change in the leadership of Belen Consolidated Schools.