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After three decades of walking the halls of New Mexico public schools as an administrator and teacher, the principal of Belen's alternative high school is retiring.
Work on the county jail is still on hold after Valencia County commissioners voted unanimously to wait for further budget analysis last week, saying that future costs for the facility might be more than the budget can handle.
The crisp night air and autumn leaves herald hunting season for those who enjoy hiking the mountains to hunt their favorite game.
Two weeks after the 25th anniversary of Tara Calico's disappearance, Valencia County Sheriff Louis Burkhard has formed a task force of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to take another look at the case.
Nearly 140 Valencia County taxpayers have filed a motion to make themselves part of the latest hospital lawsuit.
A Valencia County grand jury has indicted an 18-year-old man for shooting and killing a father and daughter last month in Jarales.
Retired educator Danny Burnett, who is married to the former head of the criminal division in the U.S. Attorney's Office here, was convicted Friday of leaking wiretap information in 2011 to a southern New Mexico police chief who, at the time, was on the payroll of the Juárez Cartel.
Belen Consolidated Schools will probably have to curb its spending next year if a recent count is correct.
It's time to put on the running shoes for the second annual Dash on the Ditch fundraiser at Heritage Park in Los Lunas from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5.
How might a family react to a $5 million inheritance that hinges on their ability to reduce their carbon footprint? That's the story line of Los Lunas author Laura Sanchez's first novel, "Freaking Green."
The Los Lunas' general obligation bond sale went better than school officials expected, although it did not beat last year's interest rate of less than 2 percent. This year's general obligation bond sold for $6 million and carries a 2.74 interest rate.
The Los Lunas Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal years 2015-19 hasn't changed much since the recession started in 2008.
A new land-use ordinance for parts of Tomé and Adelino will get its moment in the sun next week.
It was an ordinary evening walk on the east mesa for Rio Communities residents Sue Davis and Rob Wallace.
Several people have been arrested and charged with two separate commercial burglaries that cost the owners thousands of dollars worth of lost inventory.
Valencia County officially has two ambulance services answering emergency medical calls.
The executive director of one of the behavioral health nonprofit agencies that had its Medicaid funding suspended by the state Human Services Department was given a set of "golden handcuffs" valued at $850,000.
A group of Valencia County residents, going by the name Citizens for Honest Government, has put a bounty out on dishonest and corrupt politicians.
The Valencia County Sheriff's Office recently joined two other local law enforcement agencies in offering the public a new way to learn about crime in the community.