Los Lunas village councilors approved its 2015-16 interim budget with a bit of optimism.
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This year's Valencia County budget looks to be the healthiest it's been in more than a decade, and with increased revenues comes the chance to reward long-time employes as well as those who pursue education.
The New Mexico Environment Department has upgraded El Rancho de Valencia in Los Lunas to "approved" status.
Keep a song in your heart and a dance in your step. That is the credo that made elementary music teacher LeeAnne Becker the Belen Consolidated Schools Teacher of the Year.
There was a shake-up in the Valencia County administration last Wednesday night with the announcement of the sudden resignation of the county manager.
Los Lunas Schools officials were stunned when they reviewed the teacher evaluation results released by the New Mexico Public Education Department two weeks ago.
"A lot of mistakes."
Diane Silva, a Valencia High School teacher and student activities coordinator, has been named Los Lunas Schools' Teacher of the Year.
There was a shake-up in the Valencia County administration Wednesday night with the announcement of the sudden resignation of the county manager. After three hours in executive session, the commissioners…[Read more]
The Valencia High School Wind Symphony Concert Band took state this year.
The Los Lunas Police Department, in conjunction with local business owners, has started a local business watch group. The group meets at 8:30 a.m. on the last Wednesday of every month at Benny's II, 1503 Main St.
While the the rest of the county will no longer be paying the 2.75 mill levy to help fund a hospital, property owners in Rio Communities will continue to pay that rate — this time to help operate the city.
As the budget planning comes to a close for Valencia County, top administrators are hoping to implement a pay schedule that will finally get employees on an even playing field.
Local police as well as FBI agents are searching for a man they say robbed the Bank of Albuquerque Tuesday afternoon.
Last Friday Belen Board of Education President Larry Lindberg announced the names of the six candidates the board selected out of a field of 14 applicants to interview for the Belen Consolidated School District superintendent position.
Three schools in the Belen Consolidated Schools District were placed on lock down Monday afternoon after a suspicious person was spotted in the area.
The New Mexico Environment Department downgraded El Rancho De Valencia, 325 Main St. SW, in Los Lunas, following a compliance inspection on Friday, May 15, and another on Monday, May 18.