Valencia County voters made their way to the polls Tuesday for the midterm elections as the fall weather made its way into the valley.
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Valencia County voters got out to the polls during this mid-term election, outpacing the current state numbers.
The 13th Judicial District, which encompasses Valencia, Sandoval and Cibola counties, will be seeing a few new faces on the bench as several candidates were vying for three open seats.
About 14 months after Carlos Vigil took his own life after years of bullying, his family, friends and the community are continuing to spread his message and his mission.
Kylar Wright, a 16-year-old Los Lunas High School student, is between a rock and a hard place. He needs a bone marrow transplant but he's too sick for the procedure.
Belen High School graduation might be moved to a new day this year to accommodate students competing in state athletic tournaments and meets.
A resolution to name the Belen Eagles Football Stadium after a long-time football coach was tabled last week so the public can have input on the renaming of the stadium.
2014 Citizen of the Year – Charles Cox: Lifelong firefighter, Vietnam veteran, VFW post commander and Boy Scout troop master
Not many people can say they have lived their entire lives helping their community, serving their country, assisting veterans and shaping the lives of youths to become responsible adults and future leaders.
Come this spring, 300 new jobs will be available in Valencia County thanks to Global Fashion Technologies, Inc., a clothing manufacturing company that will be operating and headquartered at the old Solo Cup facility south of Rio Communities.
With the 2014 General Election days away, here's one more look at the local candidates battling it out for elected offices in Valencia County.
Hammering out the details for sewer service from Bosque Farms to Peralta has been a lengthy process.
Rio Communities officials are hoping the third time will be the charm when the Belen City Council will once again consider providing the new city with animal control services.
Dia de los Muertos — Day of the Dead — is a Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico, Latin America, the United States, Canada and around the world on Nov. 1.
An Albuquerque woman was arrested early Saturday afternoon in Bosque Farms after she drove on the wrong side of N.M. 47 and crashed into a parking lot.
Louisa Gabaldon, 43, of Belen, pleaded guilty to a federal bank fraud charge under a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office.
The School of Dreams Academy is considering a collaboration with Sisneros Brothers Manufacturing and other local companies to develop a workforce training program.
Heather Sanchez has been named St. Mary's Teacher of the Year for 2014-15.
Rio Communities City Council members approved Mayor Mark Gwinn's appointment of a new councilor last week, a decision that filled a spot that had been vacant since August.
A Los Lunas man was sentenced to 18 years in prison last Wednesday for the brutal assault of his then estranged wife, her mother and son.
Brandon Whatley was his parent's miracle child. After trying for 13 years to conceive, Ronald and Helen Whatley were on the verge of deciding to go into debt to have the child they so dearly wanted.