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With two budget options in front of them, Rio Communities city councilors opted to approve in interim budget that includes a new 2.75 mill levy and a .25 percent increase in gross receipts taxes.
Medical marijuana is now available in Los Lunas.
The village of Los Lunas and Valencia County are collaborating on a joint affordable housing plan.
Valencia County resident and St. Pius High School sophomore Lilly McCarty was inducted as a 4-H state diplomat during the annual 4-H Senior Leadership Retreat in Albuquerque in January.
©Valencia County News-Bulletin 2015 Belen Thirteenth Judicial District Attorney Lemuel Martinez confirmed to the Valencia County News-Bulletin today the first-degree murder charge filed in 2009 against a Belen boy will…[Read more]
There are three seats and four candidates in the upcoming Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District board of supervisors election.
Los Lunas emergency medical teams were called to the School of Dreams Academy Monday after 18 students and a teacher were exposed to pepper spray.
For a city still in its infancy, Rio Communities received a surprise but welcomed source of funding earlier this month.
An Albuquerque man is facing a sentence of more than of 100 years behind bars after a jury convicted him of a 2013 home invasion.
It might not look like much now, but in a little more than a month the used portable building that has been sitting west of the Valencia County Animal Shelter for several years will be transformed into a surgical suite for low- and no-cost spay/neuter procedures.
With seven candidates, it's a deep field for both the Valencia County and at-large seats on the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Board of Directors this year. Absentee voting for the MRGCD races begins Thursday, April 23, and Election Day is Tuesday, June 2.
He was happy, he was laughing and, at one point, he was even dancing.
Hub City residents and business owners will no longer be charged a late fee when they don't make their water payments on time.
It's beginning to look a lot like a swimming pool complex and that makes Barbara Rodriguez very happy.
For months, development plan exhibits for the Los Lunas Transportation Center on Courthouse Road and N.M. 314 stood in the administration building hallway and at the rail station for the public to view. Now, villagers will see these plans come to life.
A big, outdoor event is planned for the Valencia Middle School second annual Literacy Symposium, which will be held from 5-7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 23. There hasn't been anything like it in the district before, said librarian Karin Trujillo, coordinator of the project.
A field fire raced through nearly eight acres of farmland in Jarales last week but was extinguished before causing any structural damage.
A Los Lunas woman is behind bars, charged with trying to kill her boyfriend in Peralta.
A nearly full moon had just nestled onto the mesa west of the Rio Grande early Good Friday morning when very soon, a bright April sun blossomed over the eastern crest of the Manzano Mountains, lighting up the path for a barefoot man carrying a seven-foot wooden cross up the western slope of Tomé Hill.