Articles for the ‘News’ Category

Belen asking for fire station

Hub City residents might be seeing an increase in their property taxes if they approve a general obligation bond that would pay for a new fire station in Belen.

Update on Davlin homicide

Los Lunas police are still actively investigating the July 13 shooting death of 21-year-old Charlie Davlin. On Friday, July 25, detectives made contact with Randy Romero and arrested him on…[Read more]

Batista is new dean at Infinity High

Mary Batista Infinity High School dean

Mary Batista's enthusiasm is infectious. With a ready smile and welcoming attitude, the new dean of students for Infinity High School and Family School, Batista is looking forward to a year filled with success for all the students at both schools.

Gauthier embracing La Merced

La Merced Elementary School Assistant Principal Denise Gutierrez, left, and Prinicpal Valeryia Gauthier, right, are working together to make sure this school year is successful.

Principal Valeryia Gauthier is one of six new faces students and parents can expect to see at La Merced Elementary when school starts up in a few weeks.

High court won't hear judges' case

Two attorneys who were appointed to the 13th Judicial Court bench but snubbed by the Democratic Party to be placed on November's ballot have once again been ignored, but this time by the New Mexico Supreme Court.

Roundup Ready alfalfa

Deborah Fox-News-Bulletin photo: Dolly Wallace, of Wallace Quarter Horses in Bosque Farms, stands with their stallion “Harley.” Wallace won’t risk feeding their horses Roundup Ready alfalfa because of potential digestion problems.

For better or for worse, genetically-modified crops have come to Valencia County. In particular, a GM variety of alfalfa, the county's No. 1 hay crop.