A former manager of Craig Tires has been arrested and charged with taking more than $25,000 worth of tires and reselling them for his own personal gain.
The angry buzz of chain saws echoed through the Jarales bosque Wednesday morning as a multi-agency bosque thinning project got underway.
Today the Los Lunas Police Department was made aware of an “Open House” flier that has been circulating the community. The flier states that the Guardian Angel Kennel will be…[Read more]
With the New Mexico House of Representatives boasting a Republican majority for the first time since Eisenhower was in office, three of the four newly selected House leaders represent Valencia County.
Rio Communities City Councilor Cyndi Sluder, one of the first four councilors elected to represent the newly incorporated city, plans to resign her position by year's end.
It was a bitter-sweet meeting of the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus advisory board last week.
To hear him tell it, Alfredo Jaramillo has lived a wonderful life, filled with family, friends and community.
Valencia County voters made their way to the polls Tuesday for the midterm elections as the fall weather made its way into the valley.
Valencia County voters got out to the polls during this mid-term election, outpacing the current state numbers.
The 13th Judicial District, which encompasses Valencia, Sandoval and Cibola counties, will be seeing a few new faces on the bench as several candidates were vying for three open seats.
2014 Citizen of the Year – Charles Cox: Lifelong firefighter, Vietnam veteran, VFW post commander and Boy Scout troop master
Not many people can say they have lived their entire lives helping their community, serving their country, assisting veterans and shaping the lives of youths to become responsible adults and future leaders.
Come this spring, 300 new jobs will be available in Valencia County thanks to Global Fashion Technologies, Inc., a clothing manufacturing company that will be operating and headquartered at the old Solo Cup facility south of Rio Communities.
With the 2014 General Election days away, here's one more look at the local candidates battling it out for elected offices in Valencia County.
Hammering out the details for sewer service from Bosque Farms to Peralta has been a lengthy process.
Rio Communities officials are hoping the third time will be the charm when the Belen City Council will once again consider providing the new city with animal control services.
Dia de los Muertos — Day of the Dead — is a Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico, Latin America, the United States, Canada and around the world on Nov. 1.
Rio Communities City Council members approved Mayor Mark Gwinn's appointment of a new councilor last week, a decision that filled a spot that had been vacant since August.
Brandon Whatley was his parent's miracle child. After trying for 13 years to conceive, Ronald and Helen Whatley were on the verge of deciding to go into debt to have the child they so dearly wanted.