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The Edgewood Town Council took another step toward the creation of a town center on Section 16 when they voted to submit an application to the New Mexico State Finance Authority for a $2.5 million loan.
Any parent can tell you that routines are important. Children are really creatures of habit, and the structure of a routine gives them a sense of security.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District will reorganize some of its long term debt saving the district nearly $250,000.
When Willis Williams died in 2008, he left he town of Estancia $1 million to use for a community building.
Moriarty's annual Pinto Bean Fiesta has traditionally been held on the second Saturday in October.
Socorro's Jon Spargo is on a mission.
The public will be asked to add what they know to a "Treasure Map" of Lost Names and Places in the East Mountains when they visit the East Mountain Historical Society table at the East Mountain Celebration Sunday.
In an effort to establish and sustain the Compete with Class initiative, the New Mexico Activities Association will be highlighting acts of sportsmanship through various awards and recognition programs during the 2014-2015 school year.
The New Mexico Recycling Coalition and the Solid Waste Association of North America NM Roadrunner Chapter has recognized the East Mountain Transfer Station and the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority with excellence awards.
The deadline for NMAA Hall of Fame nominations is October 1.
<b>Permaculture event on Oct. 4</b>
<b>Nurse practitioner joins Pres center</b>
<b>Growers Market to support pantry</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Moriarty chamber hosts golf tourney</b>
The upset over the hasty demolition of the Veterans of Foreign Wars building in Mountainair turned out to be well-founded as lab results returned in late July found "10 of 36 samples contained more than 1 percent asbestos (28 percent of the samples)."
Two brand new and nearly identical fire stations — one in Sandia Park and one in Tijeras — held opening ceremonies in the East Mountains last Saturday.
Gov. Susana Martinez made a stop at the Moriarty Municipal Airport to announce nearly $1 million in state grants to the city to build infrastructure that will serve Titan Aerospace — owned by Google Inc. — and other aviation companies.
Two hundred twenty-seven years have passed since the United States Constitution was signed into existence, and the document is no less relevant today than it was at our nation's birth.