About 150 Moriarty High School students walked out of class after the first bell Monday in protest of the Partnership for Readiness of College and Career exam.
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We all know what it means when someone tells us we need to stop and smell the roses.
The Moriarty Fire Department has been through a series of battalion commanders in the past several years.
A special use zoning change for Kinder Morgan's Duran Pump Station on the Cortez Pipeline was approved by the Torrance County Commission on Feb. 25.
Residents of Torrance County Road 102 are not going to lose their green road designation, even after a threat was made against the Torrance County Road Department by resident Billie Mitchell.
Moriarty City Councilor Larry Gallant is resigning from the board after serving for a year.
The town of Estancia has had a wastewater treatment plant for some years, but not everyone in the town is hooked into it.
<b>Lecture on turkeys set for March 10</b>
<b>EMH debaters earn overall honors</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Fire Association program Saturday</b>
Graduation rates in the Estancia Valley have fluctuated over the past two years, according to the New Mexico Public Education Department — but the numbers don't tell the whole story.
There are two words that strike fear in some property owners' hearts: eminent domain. The term that gives a governing body permission to give private property to another private entity, such as company.
Torrance County and New Mexico as a whole have a physician shortage, according to a report from the state Department of Health.
A special use zoning change for Kinder Morgan’s Duran Pump Station on the Cortez Pipeline was approved by the Torrance County Commission Wednesday. On January 3, the Torrance County Planning…[Read more]
Between 2009 and January 2015, Torrance County had 410 DWI calls.
Let me start with an apology to anyone who came into contact with me last Thursday and Friday, which includes four classes at Edgewood Middle School and probably close to 100 state legislators.
Seventh and eighth grade students at Edgewood Middle School got a chance on Feb. 19 to think about the future.
Two new Planning and Zoning Commissioners were accepted by the Edgewood Town Council: bakery owner Dan Thompson and former town administrator Kay Davis-McGill.
LAS VEGAS, N.M. — Who knew the famous Harvey Girls, those "respectable young women" in black uniforms and white-starched pinafores who served the tourists eating at Harvey House restaurants along the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway throughout the West during the first half of the last century, were spawned in Raton?