Christian Meuli's playground is his backyard, and his toys mostly have to do with ways of conserving water.
There are a lot of misconceptions, or flat-out lack of understanding, when it comes to reverse mortgages.
Just like he does most mornings, Tom Smylie bounced his old SUV along Edgewood's network of dirt roads, over downed fences and into some farmer's back field.
It seems that lots more beer will be flowing from the brewery in Moriarty thanks to the recent legislative session.
Mad may be an understatement.
Edgewood will have a new chief, Fred Radosevich, starting on April 1.
The town of Edgewood dodged a bullet this legislative session, but town councilors say it may still suffer major budget concerns down the road.
The town of Edgewood held a special meeting on Friday to solve an issue in the police department.
The chairman of the Estancia Basin Water Planning Committee submitted what was referred to as a "colorful" letter of resignation to the Torrance County Commission.
The city of Moriarty council approved its first and only change order for the Moriarty Municipal Airport's crossswind runway.
The Motor Vehicle Division in Tijeras will not be reopened any time soon, according to Tijeras Mayor Gloria Chavez.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School Board is moving forward with the sale of $5 million in bonds.
Even though state lawmakers finished with their part of the legislative session on Saturday, they are still watching and waiting to see whether their bills get signed or not.
Edgewood is, once again, looking for a new police chief.
To deal with new traffic concerns on its freshly paved roads, Edgewood is buying some electronic signs to remind drivers to slow their roll.
The Edgewood Planning and Zoning Commission is off to a fresh start.
It may be hard to believe, but just across from the quiet fields of tall, brown grass and cattle in Moriarty, a group of young men are producing cutting edge technology that they hope could soon eclipse satellite communications.
Sandia Speedway MX will hold its first practice in Moriarty this weekend.
To anyone who has ever wondered what kind of animals scurry around when people aren't there, or why south-facing slopes always seem to be a little rockier than north-facing slopes, you're in luck.
Ray Seagers is not happy with Santa Fe County's Sustainable Land Development Plan or the corresponding land code that is under development.