Even though the Torrance County Project Office hasn't operated the TCPO To Go transit system in more than three years, Patty Ruiz, a former dispatcher and supervisor for the program, gets three to four calls a month from residents wondering about it.
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The Capulin Snow Play Area near Sandia Peak will once again remain closed this winter.
The ongoing dispute at the state Capitol over delving deeper into New Mexico's piggy bank to fund early childhood programs has an added twist.
First there was the man who was moving large piles of dirt to construct a wall on his property, leading to concerns about erosion. Then there was the man who violated fire codes when he converted a garage into living quarters without notifying the fire chief.
Tradition is an important part of the holiday season, and nothing says Christmas more than Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
The regional water association was once again a point of discussion — and contention — at the Torrance County Commission meeting Nov. 27.
From a hot dog stand to a children's art program, the New Mexico Seed Loan Program has helped individuals with disabilities jumpstart their dream business. Partnered with the New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and working in conjunction with the First Community Bank, the program has been able to provide low interest loans for aspiring business owners, as well as those who wish to expand their employment. While tackling a new business can be challenging, especially with a lack of resources, investing in the New Mexico Seed Loan Program can make all the difference.
<b>Church to hold holiday events</b>
<b>Storehouse preps holiday food boxes</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Moriarty light festival on Friday</b>
The Thanksgiving leftovers may not quite be gone, but that won't stop the holiday spirit from landing in the East Mountains and Estancia Valley this weekend.
It must be that time of the season. If you have any doubts, all you had to do was see the volunteers with the Moriarty Chamber of Commerce and Lions Club — with a little help from city workers — untangling lights and setting up decorations this week in Crossley Park.
Skiers had one new thing to give thanks for this year — an early start to the winter sports season in northern New Mexico.
Forty-eight years ago, CBS broadcast for the first time "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and it's been shown every year since.
While Torrance County manager Joy Ansley waits to hear if her preliminary hearing last week will result in a trial, the County Commission continues to support her.
Families all around America will be sitting around a table today to say thanks for the blessings that have been bestowed upon them. And, as far as traditions go, it's a pretty good one.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District Board of Education has given itself until January at the latest to come up with a facilities plan that could see the closing of one or more of the district's eight schools.
Cats have a sense of humor.
Edgewood Town Councilors finalized the projects to potentially receive $3 million in bond funds pending voter approval during an election next March.