There have been at least five studies done in the past eight years that looked at the needs of Old Route 66 through Moriarty.
The smaller of two legal cases concerning the Single Action Shooting Society's location in Edgewood known as the Founder's Ranch was ruled in favor of the defendant — SASS. The plaintiffs — residents of County Road 102— requested a writ of mandamus against SASS.
Surrounded by family and friends, former Estancia mayor Ted Barela took the oath of office last Friday to become the first state senator from Torrance County in more than 40 years.
There were not enough members there to make a quorum at the annual membership meeting the Central New Mexico Electric Cooperative.
With a perfect storm of fewer students, increases in insurance and less money coming from the state, the Moriarty-Edgewood School District is finding itself in dire financial straits.
Four Edgewood police officers and an administrative assistant filed a complaint with the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy against fellow Edgewood officer Hellen Gonzalez.
During a public hearing that was more Ironman triathlon than mere marathon in length, PG Enterprises of Albuquerque received a zone change of its land located at 19274 U.S. 60 near the Salinas National Monument Abo ruins that allows the company to operate a gravel quarry on the property.
The saga of the special audit of Torrance County continued at the April 8 regular meeting of the Torrance County Commission.
Winter must be over because the circus has come to town.
New Mexico State Police shot and killed a man in Edgewood early Saturday morning after the man threatened officers with a rifle, according to State Police.
When crews of the Edgewood Volunteer Fire District went to help a resident on Ridge Road who had fallen out of his wheelchair in January they noticed he did not have a wheelchair ramp on his house. The fire district, with the International Association of Fire Fighters union No. 4366 taking the lead, went out the man's residence on the morning of Feb. 21 and built the ramp for him.
SANTA FE — Gov. Susana Martinez picked former Estancia mayor Ted Barela to fill a vacancy in the New Mexico Senate last Friday, a decision that cuts into the Democrats' majority in the chamber but does not change the balance of power.
With Torrance County being one of the poorest counties in the state, it is easy for high-school students to fall into the trap of thinking there are little opportunities for them to succeed once their school days are over.
Navigating forms for government benefits can be a headache with all of the questions, providing documents and spending hours on the telephone just to discover something was misplaced or filled out incorrectly.
Alleged assault victim José Mora of Abo has turned down a plea deal put forth by his alleged attacker, Mountainair Mayor Chester Riley, so the case is headed to court.
While Easter conjures visions of the Easter Bunny and tasty chocolate eggs, it is also the highest of Christian holy days. Easter falls on the first Sunday following the first full moon following the first day of spring or what the prayer book says the date is for it that year.
The Moriarty City Council voted unanimously at its March 25 meeting to send its last proposal for a new joint powers agreement for the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority to authority members.
The adventure of doing business at the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division offices in the city can be annoying at best. Taking a number, waiting for hours among screaming children and adults who are getting angrier by the moment can take a toll on any hapless motorist.
A key topic of discussion at recent Torrance County Commission meetings under the agenda's "public comments" section has been — public comments.
After more than hour of public comments at a special meeting on March 18, the Torrance County Commission re-confirmed its decision to forward Ted Barela as its recommendation to fill the District 39 Senate position vacated by Phil Griego.