There have been at least five studies done in the past eight years that looked at the needs of Old Route 66 through Moriarty.
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Before she disappeared into the Manzano Mountains early last Friday morning, 51-year-old Barbara Baca told her boyfriend there were people in the woods trying to kill her, according to Torrance County Sheriff Heath White.
Estancia town employees could find themselves with a changed retirement plan July 1.
Edgewood is one step closer to having the First Choice Health Commons become a reality.
There is a reason that welding is considered an industrial art — if you do it well, it is a thing of beauty.
The Tijeras Village Council agreed at its regular meeting on Monday to lease the old visitors center near the library to a private business.
<b>Native American family research</b>
<b>Moriarty to offer K-3 Plus program</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Speech event is team fundraiser </b>
The smaller of two legal cases concerning the Single Action Shooting Society's location in Edgewood known as the Founder's Ranch was ruled in favor of the defendant — SASS. The plaintiffs — residents of County Road 102— requested a writ of mandamus against SASS.
Surrounded by family and friends, former Estancia mayor Ted Barela took the oath of office last Friday to become the first state senator from Torrance County in more than 40 years.
There were not enough members there to make a quorum at the annual membership meeting the Central New Mexico Electric Cooperative.
With a perfect storm of fewer students, increases in insurance and less money coming from the state, the Moriarty-Edgewood School District is finding itself in dire financial straits.
Four Edgewood police officers and an administrative assistant filed a complaint with the New Mexico Department of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy against fellow Edgewood officer Hellen Gonzalez.
Journalism, like most professions, has a long and storied history. Unlike most professions, though, journalism's practitioners are remembered through a permanent record of their work.
When the wind starts blowing, some New Mexicans don't think of spring, but they think of heading out to Moriarty for the annual Authors for Literacy Event.
The Manzano Land Grant president and his wife were in Magistrate Court on Monday for a first appearance on charges that they burglarized a home in Mountainair.
Torrance County may soon have a more comprehensive road policy. The Torrance County Road Policy currently is a series of ordinances that are not concentrated into a single document, which makes it hard to navigate.