In the near future, hundreds of millions, perhaps billions, of people in developing countries could gain access to the Internet through solar-powered drones created by a small company in Moriarty.
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We New Mexicans are used to being at the bottom of good lists and at the top of bad lists.
Among the projects in Torrance County, Willard is the big winner when it comes to capital outlay money allocated by the 2014 New Mexico State Legislature.
SANTA FE — The Santa Fe County Commission has approved a new minimum-wage rate for the unincorporated parts of the county, matching the city of Santa Fe's mandatory minimum rate, which recently rose to $10.66 an hour — among the highest in the country.
Former East Mountain High School student James Clarke was driving to the house of his biology teacher, Rep. James Smith, R-Sandia Park, to help him with his campaign when he reached for his phone in the passenger seat and flipped his car in the few seconds he wasn't looking at the road.
Hundreds of debate teams around the world entered the Bickel & Brewer/NYC International Public Policy Forum (IPPF), but only 16 remain — including East Mountain High School. If the East Mountain team can defeat its opponent in the next round of the contest, the team will win an all-expenses-paid trip to the IPPF finals competition in New York City on April 12.
Monday's hearing for Dane Morris didn't produce any answers, but the family of Alfredo Pablo Luna Jr., said they consider it an important step forward.
<b>Help with health insurance sign-up</b>
<b>Bernalillo capital plan update due</b>
<b>Potter to lead pottery workshop</b>
Going to Washington, D.C., has become an annual tradition for the Tijeras Town Council ever since Gloria Chavez was elected mayor in 2000.
The state Public Education Department has denied the Moriarty-Edgewood School District's plan to close two elementary schools and move sixth grade into middle schools.
Communities in the East Mountains and Estancia Valley municipal elections on Tuesday.
There wasn't one particular incident that convinced state Rep. Vickie Perea, R-Belen, the penalties for driving while intoxicated weren't working, but several instances of multiple convictions throughout the state told her something had to change.
Tijeras Mayor Gloria Chavez visited the village's senior center Feb. 20 to announce some good news.
Cory Dryden says he realizes he's the new kid on the block when it comes to the Estancia Board of Trustees.
Morrow Hall served as Estancia's mayor and as a trustee more than 30 years ago, and he really has never stopped serving the town.
Marc Martinez said his first stint as a member of the Estancia Board of Trustees was a success and he's ready to serve again.
Ronald Saavedra has spent a career in law enforcement and now he says he's ready to put that experience to work as Estancia's Municipal Court judge.
Bruce Dile has spent 12 years as the Estancia Municipal Court judge, and would like to have another four.