The city of Moriarty government is making headway in better defining its relationship with the Moriarty Chamber of Commerce, but some work still needs to be done.
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When you reach a certain age, you start to believe that you know everything.
Another day. Another movie comes to New Mexico.
Three regional associations were on the agenda to ask for funding from the town of Estancia at Tuesday's meeting of the board of trustees.
After more than 40 years of serving the East Mountains, the Mountain Bus Co. of Sandia Park will not be running school buses for the Albuquerque Public Schools for the upcoming school year.
<b>Program to help the chronically ill</b>
<b>Small-plane crash hurts two slightly</b>
<b>Growers Market supports pantry</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Treasure Sale at Vineyard Church</b>
The mayor of Mountainair has been charged with battery after an altercation with Abo resident, José Mora, 74.
Five weeks after cyclist Michael Wolff, 56, was struck by a distracted driver his friends and family returned to the scene a couple miles east of Sedillo on N.M. 333 to erect a ghost bike in his honor.
Nestled in the rocky southern face of the Sandia Mountains is the sound of running water, century-old travertine cabins and an orchard bearing a variety of fruit.
Central New Mexico Community College courses will be offered at a Moriarty-Edgewood School District campus, just not the one district officials were hoping for.
Torrance County is great for seeing stars at night, owning a large plot of land and exploring the countryside, but the rural nature of the county can also create problems with access to basic health-care services.
The worst punishment you can have in prison is to be placed in solitary confinement.
Recent wind and rain storms have caused leaks and other damage to the Estancia School District, prompting replacements and fixes to roofs and the bus shed that are overdue.
The Torrance County Commission discussed the 2014-2015 operating budget on Wednesday, before deciding to learn more from the mayors of Vaughn and Encino to determine whether to give money to the water system servicing the towns.
Proposed changes to Edgewood's zoning and subdivision ordinances dominated the Edgewood Town Council meeting July 2, and will continue to be a topic of discussion moving forward.