Kinder Morgan, Inc. has withdrawn its right-of-way application with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management for the proposed Lobos CO2 Pipeline.
Looking out the window now, you might wonder when it was last winter. However, it was a week ago that a snowstorm left at least 6 inches of snow in the East Mountains.
Torrance County Manager Joy Ansley held on to her job Wednesday despite an effort by a county commissioner to have her fired.
No one would argue with the notion that high speed Internet access is important to a lot of people.
In 1994, the national average gas price was $1.09, the Church of England ordained its first female priests and the village of Tijeras incepted its water ordinance.
The Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority is moving forward with creating a joint powers agreement to bring two new members into the organization.
The Edgewood Middle School cafeteria was transformed into a hall of public discourse last Saturday afternoon for the Edgewood Town Hall Meeting.
Driving from Moriarty to Estancia on N.M. 41 gets a little boring.
With the start of the legislative session on Tuesday, state Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort had a cautionary message for the Moriarty City Council.
Two new Torrance County commissioners took their seats for the start of their terms.
The Torrance County Commission went into executive session for nearly an hour during its regular meeting Wednesday to discuss County Manager Joy Ansley.
If you wanted to see what the old high-school building at Moriarty High School looked like when it was built in 1954, all you have to do is rent the movie "Believe in Me."
Almost as if on cue, a winter storm moved into central New Mexico early this week.
A house located on Martinez Road near Edgewood burned down Jan. 2 with a body inside it that wasn't the owner's.
Water is a very important issue to the residents of Tijeras and the Village Council is trying to help with its 2015 legislative requests.
The New Mexico Office of the State Auditor under Hector Balderas found several violations in 18 transactions between Torrance County and CCS Construction, owned by contractor Christopher Valdez, according to a report released Monday.
Fuel prices across the board have been falling since September and in the case of gasoline, consumers have seen more than a 30 percent drop in the price at the pump.
Winter break is over and students all over the East Mountains and Estancia Valley are heading back to classrooms for school work, sports and, for some, two decent meals a day.
The motto of the East Mountain High School Recording Arts class this semester is "No Drama."
SANTA FE — After serving in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan with a "band of brothers," some of whom didn't make it home, Carlos Carreon says he knows what friendship means.