Preliminary work for the Los Lunas Route 66 Scenic Byway Corridor project has begun and public input is being sought.
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It's an odd numbered year, so that means state legislators will be hammering out a budget and new laws for 60 days straight when the session starts next Tuesday.
More than three dozen Valencia County fire and EMS personnel rushed to the scene of a fictional helicopter crash at the old ALCO in Belen Sunday afternoon.
Valencia County might see a new 911 dispatch center as early as 2016. That's the goal of Shirley Valdez, director of the Valencia Regional Emergency Communication Center.
Los Lunas village councilors approved a resolution Thursday to deed back land to Merillat, the cabinet manufacturer.
The trial of a Los Lunas woman who was indicted on one count of first-degree murder and one count of dueling, a fourth-degree felony, last year got underway Monday afternoon.
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.
A local developer is building new homes in the Huning Ranch subdivision on post-tension foundations that are guaranteed not to crack.
Kylar Wright, a 16-year-old Los Lunas High School student, is between a rock and a hard place. He needs a bone marrow transplant but he's too sick for the procedure.
Reymundo Jr. and Carmen Baldonado, of Los Lunas, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, Oct. 24. The couple was married in 1964 at San Clemente Parish.
A Los Lunas man was sentenced to 18 years in prison last Wednesday for the brutal assault of his then estranged wife, her mother and son.
RIO RANCHO – Former Los Lunas High wrestler Ahren Griego was again on the podium Saturday. The first-year coach led his Volcano Vista wrestling squad to an impressive third place…[Read more]
On paper, the Los Lunas high football team first-year head coach Duane Toliver inherited in 2013 is impressive: 15 returning starters, a pair of 1,000-yard rushers on offense and the framework of a defense that was among the stoutest in Class 4A last year and a big reason the Tigers went 12-1 and made the state championship game.