With prom season just this past weekend and graduation just around the corner, Belen High School brought something a little out of the ordinary to campus April 15 to help dissuade students from making risky decisions, such as underage drinking and driving under the influence.
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Valencia County and its insurance company, New Mexico County Insurance Authority, is suing a Tomé man for damages he allegedly caused when he crashed into a Valencia County sheriff's deputy two years ago.
A Valencia County sheriff's deputy has filed a civil lawsuit asking for personal injury and money damages regarding a traffic crash in October 2011.
They carried a red rose attached to a ribbon during Belen High School's prom on Saturday, signifying their commitment to be safe.
The nine candidates seeking the four seats on the Rio Communities city council spoke last week about the issues they want to tackle if elected to the first governing body of the newest municipality in the county.
A man who described himself as a "good husband and father" has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for shooting and killing his wife, Amber, in their Meadow Lake home in May 2011.
A Bosque Farms business went before the village's planning and zoning commissioners Monday evening in the hopes of keeping its conditional use permit for operations of a metal recycling center.
Valencia County's new agriculture extension agent, J. Newton McCarty, took his position in the Valencia County Cooperative Extension Service office last month.
The Los Lunas Village Council approved the roads department to pursue additional funding from the New Mexico Department of Transportation, Highway Cooperative and Municipal Arterial Plan grant funding for village road improvement projects.
Walk into the Harvey House Museum this month and it will be difficult for your inner child to want to leave.
Lonnie Dean, 48, of Belen, pleaded guilty Tuesday to methamphetamine trafficking and assault on a federal officer charges under a plea agreement that requires him to serve a 20 year prison sentence.
Petite, blonde and brainy, Chloe Grubb, a sophomore at the School of Dreams Academy, was invited to be a guest speaker at the European Conference on Educational Robotics in Vienna, Austria, April 20-27.
For more than 10 years, the Belen Farmers Market was the first of its kind in Valencia County to provide fresh, locally grown produce and goods to residents.
The Belen High School's school based health center will be the first in the state to add a prenatal clinic to the long list of comprehensive health care and wellness services provided to students.
A man who police say carjacked and eventually killed a man in February has been indicted by a Valencia County grand jury.
He's been a painter since he could pick up a paint brush, but Franklin Bivens' preferred medium is spray paint.
There is a somber hush along the path to the crosses in the predawn hours of Good Friday as the shadowy figures of the day's first pilgrims slowly ascend Tomé Hill.
The county planning and zoning commissioners shot down two proposed zone changes for Dollar General stores — one in Los Chavez and a second in Tomé — recommending denial on a 4-1 and 5-0 vote respectively.
A state district judge on Thursday halted prosecutors' plans, at least temporarily, to put witnesses on the stand who were expected to testify that Tera Chavez was afraid that her husband, former APD officer Levi Chavez, was going to kill her.