Even though the Torrance County Project Office hasn't operated the TCPO To Go transit system in more than three years, Patty Ruiz, a former dispatcher and supervisor for the program, gets three to four calls a month from residents wondering about it.
The Thanksgiving leftovers may not quite be gone, but that won't stop the holiday spirit from landing in the East Mountains and Estancia Valley this weekend.
It must be that time of the season. If you have any doubts, all you had to do was see the volunteers with the Moriarty Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club — with a little help from city workers — untangling lights and setting up decorations this week in Crossley Park.
Skiers had one new thing to give thanks for this year — an early start to the winter sports season in northern New Mexico.
Forty-eight years ago, CBS broadcast for the first time "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and it's been shown every year since.
While Torrance County manager Joy Ansley waits to hear if her preliminary hearing last week will result in a trial, the County Commission continues to support her.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District will be joining districts from Santa Fe, Taos and Española in an attempt to pressure state lawmakers into spending more of the state's money on education.
For the past 12 years, humanities teacher Fran Procé has encouraged her seventh-grade students at Roosevelt Middle School in Tijeras to get into the spirit of giving by raising money to donate a Thanksgiving meal to families in need.
A lot has happened in the 100 years since Louise Spindle's birth.
At least six families have yet to receive a check after sending their pigs to slaughter last August.
The preliminary hearing for Torrance County manager Joy Ansley and her contractor friend Christopher Valdez continued into its third day Wednesday after two days of testimony and an emergency motion filed by the Telegraph to open the proceedings.
Protests over the height of new signs in Moriarty for businesses near Interstate 40 will now be a thing of the past.
Since starting to work for the city of Moriarty in 1996, Cyndi Waite has worn a lot of hats, but it's as the manager at the Moriarty Community Library where most of the public got to know her.
The weather wasn't so great, what with cold temperatures, wind and rain. But that didn't stop the Moriarty High School football team, or their fans.
Despite numerous entreaties from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to postpone some of the educational reforms affecting teacher evaluations, a top official of the state's Public Education Department said last week the agency has no intention of changing course.
Moriarty-Edgewood School District officials brought the district's financial woes to the public.
On average, a high-school student in New Mexico spends 16 hours during the school year taking state-mandated tests.
With winter approaching, the New Mexico State Police addressed the traffic snarls caused by road closures in Tijeras Canyon.
You might not expect elementary school students to think much about those who've served in the military.
About 60 teenagers from area schools gathered Saturday morning to learn how to operate a camcorder, conduct interviews and create a public service video for the Torrance County Media Project "Driven to Distraction."