After more than hour of public comments at a special meeting on March 18, the Torrance County Commission re-confirmed its decision to forward Ted Barela as its recommendation to fill the District 39 Senate position vacated by Phil Griego.
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Wars have always been a tried and true genre for movies. Wars have all the elements necessary for fiction — good guys, bad guys and a conflict.
It's no shock when a good student wins awards, but East Mountain High School senior Renaya Demarest said she was surprised when she was told she won the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for New Mexico.
Visiting a friend's house in an unfamiliar place can be trying. Sometimes the directions given aren't great and the phone GPS thinks you're in the wrong state. Either way, when told to turn down a road that has no sign, one tends to get lost.
Since its incorporation in 1973, the Village of Tijeras has had a five-person council not including the mayor.
Recent shootings illustrate the need for local police to be prepared in the event of an attack happening closer to home.
<b>Shooting club has monthly matches</b>
<b>Horse rescue ranch names director</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Leadership skills workshop Thursday</b>
Religious freedom is guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Everyone knows that honey badgers are mean critters.
The State Auditor's Office has closed the file on complaints filed against the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority.
When inventors make something that can make lives simpler, they go to the patent office to apply for a patent. The patent goes before a board that determines whether or not the invention should be patented, then a decision is reached and the inventor has the opportunity to appeal.
Spools of plastic cord were turned into small sculptures via 3-D printer at the Edgewood Community Library last Thursday. Plastic is one of several kinds of materials that can be used for 3-D printing. Others include metal, concrete, sand and human tissue.
The privately-run McIntosh Senior Center asked the Torrance County Commission to help pay its utility bills.
An outside observer of the Tijeras Village Council might get an idea that its members might not get along that well.
The city of Moriarty is looking to repurpose money left over from a $613,000 loan the city received from the New Mexico Finance Authority last year.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District is still seeing a drop in the number of students enrolled at its schools, which presents challenges when it comes to putting together an operational budget.
<b>Family History Center events</b>