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The New Mexico state engineer has denied an application by Aquifer Science LLC to take 717 acre-feet of water out of the Sandia Underwater Water Basin in the East Mountains.
The truth is hard to come by these days, but there are several universal truths we can all agree upon — we all love getting compliments, we all like finding money and, at some point, we will all hate our job.
The Moriarty-Edgewood School District Board of Education agreed to spend more than $87,000 in capital bond money to update technology infrastructure at Moriarty High School.
Some Moriarty city employees will see a small boost in their paychecks in the coming weeks, and all of them will have a better idea where they stand for future raises.
The Torrance County Commission made steps toward reverting ownership of the Tajique Community Center from the county to the Tajique Land Grant following a request by Andrew Gutierrez of la Merced del Pueblo de Tajique at the Nov. 12 meeting.
After about three months of running buses in the East Mountains, Albuquerque Public Schools has hired a contractor to run 18 routes in the area serving students attending San Antonito Elementary School and Roosevelt Middle School.
Tijeras Mayor Gloria Chavez's choice to head the village's Planning and Zoning Commission was rejected by the Village Council at its regular meeting on Monday.
Two women face child abuse charges after sheriff's deputies found their home in a "deplorable" condition — packed with debris, lacking room to sit, and smelling of feces.
The New Mexico Attorney General's Communications Division has been alerted by Special Olympics New Mexico Executive Director Randy Mascorella that scam artists are targeting New Mexicans claiming to be associated with SONM.
<b>Craft show to aid Miracle Network</b>
<b>Nonprofit hosts 'trashion' show</b>
<b>Program provides health navigation</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Turkey bingo today at school's gym</b>
The town of Estancia will be looking for a new mayor less than a year since the last one had been elected.
Winter came a little early this year to the Estancia Valley and East Mountains.
An emotional five-hour preliminary examination concluded with Judge Mateo "Matt" Page ruling there was probable cause to bring Morgan Dunkle,23, to trial for first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and aggravated fleeing of a law enforcement officer.
Medicare open enrollment for 2015 continues through Dec. 7.
Some people were surprised that the Republican won control of the New Mexico House of Representatives in the Nov. 4 general election.