The Los Lunas Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two suspects who committed a robbery on Tuesday.
BELEN — The Belen Public Library was “alive” with drama and music Wednesday evening as a new theater collaborative kicked off its attempt to bring a performing arts center to Valencia County with a big announcement.
The Los Lunas Police Department, in conjunction with the Indiana State Police authorities, arrested a Noble County man for one count of solicitation of a minor by electronic device.
(Editor’s note: At News-Bulletin deadline, there were 21 provisional ballots still to be qualified and tallied for the Nov. 5 election. The ballots for Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District write-in candidate Andrew Hautzinger still needed to be hand-counted as well. All other races …
(Ty House is the head football coach at Belen High School. He lives in Belen with his wife, Katie, and children, Braylon, 4, and Paityn, 2. His parents are Reggie and Karen House, and brother, Tanner.)
A Los Lunas man was arrested in Albuquerque for threatening to blow up a building in Kentucky, and harm a Rio Rancho police officer.
ALBUQUERQUE — The Valencia County News-Bulletin received numerous awards over the weekend in the New Mexico Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.
BELEN — The Belen Main Street Partnership and sponsor Gaze Gallery are presenting a special Dia de los Muertos themed pop-up art show in the Trembly Building the first weekend in November.
LOS LUNAS — A Dia de los Muertos dinner and dance will be held by the Friends of the Los Lunas Public Library and Museum of Heritage and Arts for its third annual fundraising event.
PERALTA — Buffalo Designs gave a presentation at a recent Peralta Town Council meeting showing the preliminary designs for its new community center.
Call them ghosts or spirits, but they have made their mark in some of Valencia County’s most notable establishments. Many say they’ve seen or heard them, but are they really there?
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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.