LOS LUNAS —As summer is winding down, Los Lunas residents can look forward to next year when a splash pad will be built at Daniel Fernandez Memorial Park in 2020.
LOS LUNAS—Agriculture has been the backbone of the Middle Rio Grande Valley for as long as humans have lived in the area. Cultural traditions are centered around the raising and use of the harvested crop.
LOS LUNAS—Forage crops are the foundation for the state’s largest agricultural industries, and provide the basis for the 3.2 billion livestock and milk production sectors.
LOS LUNAS—Under the direction of Mariko McWhorter and skilled assistants, Chandra Blackston and Rena Sedillo, the Los Lunas High School Marching Band and Color Guard performed for family and friends on Saturday, Aug. 24, premiering the efforts of more than 90 students and their teachers.
The name Daniel Solis might sound familiar. That’s because The Daniel Solis Band has played at numerous events around the county, from the Valencia County Fair and Our Lady of Belen Fiestas to Pete’s Cafe and the Luna Mansion.
After two failed attempts to entice a health care provider to the county to build and operate a hospital, Valencia County commissioners sat down at a workshop with state legislators Monday morning.
ALBUQUERQUE — Cervantes Food Products Inc. will move its chile sauce and salsa business next year from a 2,000-square-foot manufacturing space in Albuquerque to a custom-built, 6,000-plus square foot facility in Los Lunas.
TOME — After receiving multiple requests over the years for more courses in agriculture, The University of New Mexico-Valencia campus is working to help support the rural economy, farmers and ranchers by doing just that.
Rhona Baca Espinoza is the executive director of the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce and Belen MainStreet Partnership since 2010. She lives in Belen, and her family has been here since 1767. Her family are parents, LeRoy and Sylvia Baca; brothers, are Paul and Andrew Baca; grandparents wer…
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With the renewed effort to “do something” about the delayed county hospital project, Rep. Alonzo Baldonado (R-Los Lunas) has sponsored House Bill 96, in an effort to revamp the state’s Hospital Funding Act and create a mechanism to jump start the stalled project.