Tomorrow will be the end of an era here in Valencia County. It was a tough decision, but after five years, Cyndi Sluder and Louis Lusero have decided to end their Let's Move That Food program.
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It wasn't the outcome they were hoping for, but as the Belen Eagles left the field Friday night carrying a red trophy instead of the blue, fans across the board remained proud of the team that left it all on the field.
The Los Lunas Council voted against amending the water rights purchase agreement it made with developer Curb South and Vidler New Mexico, LLC at a special morning meeting on Nov. 26.
The Village Inn restaurant in Los Lunas has closed its doors after 20 years of serving meals to local residents and visitors. The owners, Lenny and Linda Fresquez, started doing business in Los Lunas with Arby's Roast Beef, then opened the Village Inn across the street.
The state of New Mexico was merely 2 years old when Manuel Chavez was born. That same year, Charlie Chaplin debuted his Tramp character on the big screen and Babe Ruth played in his first professional baseball game as a pitcher.
A Tomé man was arrested on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon in the early morning hours Tuesday.
A memorial dedicated to fallen soldiers has been defaced.
Head injuries in football have been in the news a lot the past couple of years, alarming fans and officials of the beloved sport. Nobody wants athletes to be harmed. That's why Los Lunas High School sports trainer, Brett Schram, wants every coach in the district to have access to ImPACT, a computerized concussion diagnostic tool used by professional sports organizations such as the NFL.
A Bosque man police and prosecutors say killed a father of three and injured one of his daughters while driving drunk earlier this year changed his plea to guilty Monday afternoon.
The third time just might be the charm for Robert Noblin's plan to bring a crematorium to the city of Belen.
Residents in Los Lunas will likely see an increase in their water and sewer utility bills each year over the next five years if village councilors approve it.
The Los Lunas Board of Education is currently searching for a consultant to assist them in the search for a new superintendent.
When Denise Romero first joined the Los Lunas Police Department in 2000, she was content with retiring as a patrol officer. But now 13 years later, she's resigning from the force as a detective sergeant.
Artist R. Diane Martinez, a resident of Bosque Farms, is one of 35 artists chosen from hundreds of applicants to showcase her art work at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Tomé resident Glynette Carson-McNabb isn’t the type of person to look for praise just for doing her job. She’ll tell you her greatest achievement is her 8-year-old son, Case. But…[Read more]
A 16-year-old boy lost his life Saturday afternoon when the motorcycle he was driving was hit by an SUV, allegedly by a woman who was driving while intoxicated.
A Tomé woman is behind bars on a $500,000 cash-only bond on charges of stabbing and killing her boyfriend.
Residents, business owners and others were not too happy Monday when two key issues to be decided upon by the Belen Planning and Zoning Commission couldn't be heard because three of the five commissioners did not show up for the meeting.
This year's Belen Board of Education election will see four of the five seats up for grabs thanks to two resignations late last year and earlier this year.