A 15-year-old teenager charged with killing his friend last month has been indicted by a Valencia County grand jury and could be sentenced as an adult if he's convicted.
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Los Lunas residents are being asked what type of businesses they want in the village, such as retail stores, entertainment facilities, and what employment opportunities they feel are needed.
The judicial nominating commission will interview three local attorneys who have applied to fill the judicial vacancy in the 13th Judicial District Court, Division III, due to the retirement of William Sanchez.
Sergio Cristobal Morales, a Los Lunas Middle School seventh-grader, won first place at the 2014 Los Lunas district Spanish Spelling Bee.
A healthy meal sounds like such a simple thing, but for many senior citizens around the country and across New Mexico it isn't.
A conflict in the state's property tax rules is potentially adding dollars to local veterans' tax bills.
In a matter of seconds, everything can change.
Jerah Cordova has been elected to be the next mayor of the city of Belen. With 55 percent of the vote, the 30-year-old Hub City native, beat out Wayne Gallegos, who received 45 percent of the vote.
Los Lunas voters elected a new mayor, two new councilors and a new municipal judge Tuesday night.
The newest municipality in Valencia County re-elected the old guard to move the city of Rio Communities forward.
With a healthy voter turnout, the town of Peralta elected three incumbent councilors to its governing body Tuesday.
It wasn't a hotly contested race in the village of Bosque Farms but they managed to elect two councilors, Bill Kennedy and Russ Walkup, incumbents who both ran unopposed.
In the matter of a few minutes, Tommy Wisneski went from baseball to board room Tuesday night.
With a 3-2 vote, the Rio Communities City Council passed a resolution supporting the transfer of the Rio Grande Estates Fire Department from the county to the city.
News flash: kids like vegetables. If given a chance to try different varieties, children will eat more of them. That's been the experience at Los Lunas Elementary School, where a fruit and vegetable competition was launched mid-January.
Valencia County commissioners voted down a proposed zone change for a 100-acre solar field on the east side 3-2.
In an effort to beautify the Hub City, Belen officials are once again trying to work with homeowners before the city is forced to demolish their property.
Election Guide 2014; Published by the Valencia County News-Bulletin. Copyright 2014
When Valencia County's emergency management coordinator left her position earlier this month, she left behind three years of tangled files and more than a quarter million dollars in grant funding to be sorted out.