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If there is a wall and a will, someone will most likely attach some sort of graffiti to it.
The Estancia Valley Learning Center held its graduation ceremony Saturday in the Van Stone Elementary gym.
Kennan Rojas climbed the specially marked ladder and continued up the tall wooden pole to the platform where he sat preparing to zip line down to the forest floor.
A potential legislative change to the way gross receipts taxes are distributed statewide by the New Mexico Department of Taxation and Revenue is ruffling some feathers.
It's been at least since 2009 that Moriarty had its own dedicated animal control officer.
"No! No! Nooooooooo!"
AA meets Monday through Friday at noon at the Mountainside Methodist Church on N.M. 14 in Cedar Crest. 350-1619.
<b>Shooting club has monthly matches</b>
<b>Edgewood student earns skills award</b>
<b>Field of Arts fest planned for July 4</b>
Edgewood Town Councilor Chuck Ring led the 2015 Relay for Life Survivors' Lap walking stick in hand and wearing this year's purple survivors' shirt.
At a special Torrance County Commission meeting last Thursday, the county's new audit firm, REDW, presented its intentions with the coming audit.
In terms of holidays, the Fourth of July pulls out all the stops.
Summer has heated up and the monsoon is around the corner. One thing this means is that county fair time is quickly approaching.
Fireworks are a major part of Fourth of July festivities since the first Independence Day celebration in 1777.
Gov. Susana Martinez signed into law a big-ticket infrastructure bill Wednesday, paving the way for about 1,000 New Mexico construction projects — totaling roughly $294 million — to move forward as soon as bonds are sold to finance them.
Despite all the rain we've been having, we are in full swing of the season of the walker.
Storyteller Mike McCartney — aka Indiana Bones— performed his unique style of storytelling at the Estancia Public Library Tuesday afternoon.