We've all been there: the cough, the sore throat, the nose that won't breathe, body aches all over and a general feeling of rottenness.
While we all might be feeling a little bit of election fatigue from the state and federal elections that concluded in November, it will soon be time to head to the polls for local school board elections.
The act of turning on a light switch is fairly simple and usually doesn't require much fanfare.
Getting to Howard Court in Edgewood is an adventure unto itself.
Last Saturday was a perfect day for the last high school football game of the season.
After more than two years of accusations, investigations and charges filed, the case against the Torrance County manager and a local contractor are seemingly over.
The Estancia Board of Trustees didn't waste any time picking a new mayor for the town.
Representatives with Kinder Morgan went before the Torrance County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday to withdraw their application for a conditional use permit for a carbon dioxide pipeline through the county.
It's not hard to figure out why Terry Peña covers his Moriarty home with Christmas decorations and lights the day after Thanksgiving every year.
Democrat Matthew McQueen, the newly elected representative for state House District 50, won't take office until January, but he said he's ready to get to work for the district.
The city of Santa Rosa and Guadalupe County will have to wait at least until Dec. 11 to find out whether they will become members of the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority.
Kay Davis McGill, town administrator for Edgewood since 2012, has announced her retirement effective Dec. 18. She will be replaced by Steve Shepherd, who will be sworn in on Dec. 8.
A total of $132 million in unclaimed property is being held by the state Taxation and Revenue Department.
Thanksgiving comes but once a year, but Thanksgiving dinner can be had several times.
Equipment, salt and cinders are stockpiled and ready in the towns and counties of the East Mountains and Estancia Valley for whatever Mother Nature will bring, be it freak snowstorms, teeth-chattering cold temperatures or both.
The New Mexico state engineer has denied an application by Aquifer Science LLC to take 717 acre-feet of water out of the Sandia Underwater Water Basin in the East Mountains.
The town of Estancia will be looking for a new mayor less than a year since the last one had been elected.
Winter came a little early this year to the Estancia Valley and East Mountains.