The conference room at Los Lunas School's central office was nearly empty July 3, when the Board of Education met to select an interim superintendent.
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With the city of Rio Communities celebrating it's one-year anniversary of incorporation, they are planning for the city's future as they start the process of compiling information for their Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan and comprehensive master plan.
After hearing that several village residents had questions and concerns about Bosque Farms taking on the treatment of sewage from neighboring Peralta, Bosque Farms Mayor Bob Knowlton has organized a special public workshop on the subject.
For one young terminally ill boy, God wears a baseball cap.
Police are always on the lookout for suspicious activity, but they can't be everywhere at once. That's why the Belen Police Department will soon be implementing a new program that will involve helpful residents with a keen eye.
Former Los Lunas mayor Robert Vialpando and his wife, Doris, a fine arts teacher at Los Lunas High School, were in a car crash on U.S. 380 driving east to Carrizozo late last month.
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On Monday morning, to the astonishment of the Los Lunas Board of Education, Superintendent Bernard Saiz submitted his retirement notice.
An elderly couple is recovering at two different Albuquerque hospitals after police say two men shot them while committing a home invasion in Los Lunas.
After several starts and stops, canceled procurements and even a lawsuit, it looks like curb-side trash pick up may see the light of day in unincorporated Valencia County.
Wanting to make a difference in his community and in his neighborhood, a Belen businessman is getting involved in making sure a local park is clean for children and families.
The Valencia Art Center will be holding its third annual A Montage of Color art exhibit and sale July 8-29 at the Belen Harvey House Museum.
When an American flag becomes too faded and worn to be flown, it should be respectfully retired in one of two ways — it is either buried or burned.
After nearly two weeks of searching, a Belen woman and her 2-year-old son, who police believed to have been forcibly abducted by her boyfriend, have been found.
Born and raised in Michigan, Rod and Calvé Libby made their way out West not just for a better life, but for a life that inspires their art.
The legal wrangling over the mill levy dedicated for the operations and maintenance for a hospital in Valencia County is far from over.
They are a bunch of pretty little birds that are making a pretty big mess.
Los Lunas police are asking for the public's help in locating a man who they believe might have some information regarding a possible homicide that occurred over the weekend.
A new gas-fired power plant on Belen's west mesa got the green light from the New Mexico Public Regulations Commission late last week. The PRC's approval was the last step before the construction on the plant could begin.
It's been called the Stanley Cup of the school bus world.