As the warmer-than-usual temperatures make it feel more like spring than winter, Valencia County fire officials are scrambling to try and contain what they are calling yet another early fire season.
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Two young boys entered an empty lot in Meadow Lake earlier this week. Only one left alive.
The eight candidates vying to be the next leaders of the city of Belen gathered Tuesday for a forum hosted by the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce.
Four residents have stepped up to be considered for a vacant position on the Belen Board of Education after Board President Sam Chavez stepped down abruptly in January, leaving the District 2 seat empty.
New or used, an additional car for a small town is a big deal.
Although a recent sewer rate workshop was sparsely attended, the Bosque Farms councilors and the four residents who stopped by were presented with a lot of information to think about.
Last month, the contract for the superintendent of Belen Consolidated Schools was extended for one more year. But Ron Marquez understands that could change at any time.
Funding for nearly $1 million in capital projects in Valencia County finally got the green light, after several months of uncertainty.
The village of Los Lunas is reworking portions of its employee policy ordinance regarding nepotism, college-tuition reimbursement and vacation time.
If all goes as planned, in about three months, the city of Rio Communities will take possession of the Rio Grande Estates Fire Department, lock, stock and bunker gear.
A man who police and prosecutors say was driving drunk last month, killing a father of three and injuring one of his daughters, has been indicted by a Valencia County grand jury.
Planning for Valencia County population growth over the next 25 years to meet transportation demands was the subject of a recent Mid-Region Metropolitan Planning workshop.
It started with "actual" and ended with "aventajado." And it was with a huge smile that Belen Middle School seventh-grader Aylin Contreras realized she had "outdone" her 41 competitors.
It all started with a handful of women wanting to help other women — wanting to help women trapped in violence, looking for a safe harbour.
Billy the Kid may be an outlaw to many people, but for native Los Lunas author, Ray John de Aragon, the Kid aka William H. Bonney was someone his family knew.
If you think about it, we are all veterans!
After more than two decades presiding in the 13th Judicial District Court, Judge William "Bill" Sanchez will soon hang up his robe and put down his gavel when he retires at the end of February.
Los Lunas Schools graduation rates have been running neck-to-neck with statewide graduation rates, but fell below it in 2013 by just 0.9 percent.
To throw out the statistic of Belen Consolidated Schools' 57 percent recent graduation rate for 2013 is to miss a big part of the picture, says Superintendent Ron Marquez.
Valencia County Commissioner have asked the courts to not force the issue of a health care facilities contract three commissioners accidentally signed last July.