The Edgewood Town Council took another step toward the creation of a town center on Section 16 when they voted to submit an application to the New Mexico State Finance Authority for a $2.5 million loan.
The upset over the hasty demolition of the Veterans of Foreign Wars building in Mountainair turned out to be well-founded as lab results returned in late July found "10 of 36 samples contained more than 1 percent asbestos (28 percent of the samples)."
Two brand new and nearly identical fire stations — one in Sandia Park and one in Tijeras — held opening ceremonies in the East Mountains last Saturday.
Gov. Susana Martinez made a stop at the Moriarty Municipal Airport to announce nearly $1 million in state grants to the city to build infrastructure that will serve Titan Aerospace — owned by Google Inc. — and other aviation companies.
Two hundred twenty-seven years have passed since the United States Constitution was signed into existence, and the document is no less relevant today than it was at our nation's birth.
Kinder Morgan representatives filed onto the streets of Mountainair on Sept. 10, conspicuously matching in red polo shirts bearing the company logo, khaki pants and a close shave.
A Mountainair resident was silenced and ejected from the Mountainair Town Council meeting Sept. 9 after attempting to speak on the merits of free speech.
The same uplifting thermal air currents that make the Estancia Valley ideal for glider pilots are also ideal for migratory raptors.
Months of tense interaction between a Moriarty-Edgewood School District board member and the district superintendent came to a head at the board's regular meeting Tuesday night.
The Moriarty City Council gave the go-ahead at its regular meeting on Sept. 10 to go out for bids for work on improving infrastructure at the city's airport.
There are so many great events this weekend it was hard to chose just a handful — and we’re not even talking about the New Mexico State Fair in Albuquerque!…[Read more]
Torrance County Sheriff Heath White arrested one of his own deputies following a tip from a Colorado State Trooper notifying him of an outstanding warrant for arrest on a larceny charge.
Bernalillo County firefighter Johnny Walker has responded to his last alarm, and his colleagues and the county wanted his family to know how much he meant to the East Mountains community.
Moriarty seems to have an artistic benefactor, and much more will be coming.
The East Mountains have changed a lot over the years, and humans aren't the only ones affected by an uptick in restaurants, cafes, homes and more. With increased development bears are learning new — and often harmful — feeding habits that aren't good for anyone.
Edgewood has resurrected a dormant Parks and Recreation Department this summer with the re-hire of Roger Holden as program manager and the formation of a six-member advisory committee.
School is officially back in session and you know fall is right around the corner so if you’re looking for a pick-me-up look no further. We’ve got good, clean fun…[Read more]