It’s a long weekend, and we’ve got some great events stacked up for you to take advantage of — if the arts, including craft fairs, live music, and the theater…[Read more]
The construction of the El Cabo Wind Farm in southern Torrance County is likely to miss the December 2015 deadline to receive the wind energy tax credits after delays with transmission companies caused the project to come to a standstill, said Mark Stacy, director of Iberdrola Renewables.
The agenda for the Aug. 20 Edgewood Town Council meeting ran the gamut from future town projects to planning and zoning matters to a presentation by the town's librarians.
Both Glenda Noblitt and Denise Smythe said they used to run themselves ragged with the demands of serving as elementary- and middle-school principals respectively, but this year they have divided the task and each serve a specific function within Estancia Elementary School.
Moriarty has its beans and Estancia like to shoot pumpkins out of cannons.
The Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority Board accepted the application of two new member entities at its last meeting, reported board member David Saline at Wednesday's Torrance County Commission meeting.
Flowers! Flight! Bulls and volleyball! Line up your weekend to hit it out of the park with these fun (and mostly free) events around the Estancia Valley and East Mountains….[Read more]
The Moriarty City Council unanimously approved at its regular meeting last Wednesday an agreement with the state and Google that will provide nearly $1 million to the city to make infrastructure improvements at the city's airport.
An act of mischief was most likely the cause of two pumps serving Moriarty's water system burning out last Wednesday.
Edgewood residents will have to wait a little longer for their 24-hour Denny's, Mark Magana said, due to additional requirements from the New Mexico Department of Transportation. Magana's investment company bought the land from Wal-Mart at the intersection of N.M. 344 and Church and plans to lease it to QK Holdings for the franchise.
The Sandia Peak Tramway nears its 50th birthday, and on Tuesday morning the Abruzzo family unveiled an early present — complete with a bow.
Jaret Mountjoy waived his preliminary hearing and has been charged with second degree murder and tampering with evidence for allegedly shooting his father and attempting to dispose of the body in late July.
Hiking, more hiking, and the Torrance County Fair are among the best offerings East of the Sandia Mountains this weekend and we’ve narrowed down a handful of events you shouldn’t…[Read more]
The Edgewood Town Council adopted new zoning and subdivision ordinances to a chorus of relieved applause on Aug. 6.
It's fair time in Torrance County. The fair kicked off on Tuesday and will run through Saturday.
Campuses crank up
Moriarty High School students returning to class on Wednesday found a few detours at the campus — specifically around the Pinto Patio.
A status conference for the trial of Torrance County manager Joy Ansley and contractor Christopher Valdez has been postponed while the New Mexico Supreme Court reassigns the case to another judge. Kenneth Martinez was the fourth judge to hear the case after previous judges from the Seventh Judicial District Court were recused due to their prior acquaintance with Ansley. Martinez took an official leave of absence starting mid-June, but did not disclose the reason for taking leave or the duration.
Whether you’re a book lover or a cowboy the East Mountains down through the Estancia Valley has something for you this weekend. Check out our favorite picks for daytime fun…[Read more]
An agreement with the city of Moriarty, Google and the state Economic Development Department was put off at a special council meeting last Friday, but only to make sure the agreement says all the right things.