Gordon Engineering, Inc. presented a preliminary engineering report on the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority during a special joint meeting of the EVSWA and the Torrance County Commission on May 20.
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When you are very young, your whole world is very egocentric. While you may love mom and dad and your siblings, the universe revolves around you.
SANTA FE — Come July, law enforcement officers in Santa Fe County will get a new kind of backup when they're called into situations where they must deal with people in crisis.
Many mistakes were made with an official government document, and fixing them gracefully and legally is tricky, especially since some of the mistakes go back 15 years.
The Estancia Municipal School Board held a special meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the 2015-2016 budget.
<b>Workshop for grandparents set</b>
<b>Drama camp at theater center</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Piñon Ridge Assn.meeting Thursday</b>
A Torrance County resident claims that local law enforcement hasn't been doing enough to solve several burglaries in which he was the victim.
What we have come to know as Memorial Day started from the old tradition of decorating a fallen soldier's grave, but it wasn't until after the Civil War that a day was dedicated to remembering those who died during war.
Everyone who has ever held a job has been evaluated on their performance.
Tijeras is losing Turquoise Trail Electric and Water at the end of the month due to eviction from its current location in the same building as Molly's Bar on Old Route 66.
EMHS Graduation 2015
A proposed medical marijuana greenhouse is causing some worry among residents of the Loma Parda subdivision near Mountainair and Abo.
Moriarty-Edgewood School District teachers fell slightly in state evaluation ratings, but overall the district is still better than state numbers.
About 200 motorcycle riders cruised through Old Route 66 in Moriarty last Friday as part of the annual Run for the Wall.
Beffort speaks out for education reforms 'Do we always want to be last?' senator asks chamber luncheon
From her seat in the New Mexico Senate, it is clear that Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort is behind education reforms being implemented by Gov. Susana Martinez and Education Secretary Hanna Skandera.