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The Moriarty City Council will hold a special meeting on Friday to consider an ordinance that would finalize a deal between the city, the state Economic Development Department and Google to construct infrastructure to the Moriarty Municipal Airport.
The town of Estancia may soon be all square with the state in regards to annual audit findings.
New Mexico's annual Gross Receipts Tax Holiday will be this weekend.
With the closure of two elementary schools in the Moriarty-Edgewood School District, one might think that it's those students who might see the most change.
The city of Moriarty and the Moriarty Chamber of Commerce were no closer to finding an agreement that would allow the chamber to use a city building rent-free in the coming year.
A familiar face — and name — was arrested in Albuquerque last week, reigniting questions about the suspect's criminal history in Moriarty.
<b>Piñon Ridge Assn.meeting on Aug. 6</b>
<b>Couple will mark 60th anniversary</b>
<b>Storehouse offers school supplies</b>
<b>Growers market to support pantry</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Art gallery show focuses on plants</b>
The latest East Mountain residents to fall victim to plague are a mountain lion named Moonshadow and a coatimundi living at Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewood.
Last weekend had a lot going on for East Mountains and Estancia Valley residents.
The state Public Education Department has released annual grades for New Mexico schools and the news for area schools is much like last year — some bright spots but room for improvement.
The Torrance County Sheriff Department has been interviewing a man in connection with a dead body found south of Edgewood last Friday night, but as of Tuesday he had not be taken into custody.
While property owners in New Mexico's most populated counties wring their hands about "tax lightning," Torrance County's assessor said she's got other things to worry about — such as not having the staff to do regular assessments.