Edgewood's budget for the 2016 fiscal year was discussed and approved to be sent to the New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration at a special meeting on July 25.
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It's always good to see the rest of the world agree with your ideas.
Being appointed to a public office is an honor that many people never get to experience. When someone is appointed to a board— such as to the Torrance County Planning and Zoning Board— they go through a process to get onto that board.
The Moving Wall — a Vietnam War memorial — will be coming to Moriarty October 20-24, 2016, and funds and volunteers are still needed to make the memorial a success.
Moriarty may soon have a memorial to honor veterans from the city and the rest of Torrance County.
The Town of Estancia pulls out the stops for a party every year on the last Saturday of July, and this year was no exception.
<b>Pipe and drums student recital</b>
<b>MHS valedictorian earns law degree</b>
<b>Outage cuts power to 11K customers</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>All Breed Horse Show this weekend</b>
Torrance County Risk Manager Nick Sedillo suggested at the July 22 Torrance County Commission meeting that the county use 25 acres that were purchased five years ago to build a new office complex.
The act of volunteering is noble, especially when your service helps protect your community.
Home sales in Torrance County have been picking up over the past year, according to the Realtors Association of New Mexico.
Accused killer Jonathan Rawlins, 28, was arraigned in state District Court in Estancia on Tuesday.
The latest comic book movie came out last weekend and my wife lost the coin toss — she ended up having to take the youngest son to the movie.
Change is afoot in the Village of Tijeras.
The town of Estancia is looking for a new police chief.
Despite a lack of students at Moriarty-Edgewood School District schools, the summer has been busy.
AA meets Monday through Friday at noon at the Mountainside Methodist Church on N.M. 14 in Cedar Crest. 350-1619.