There are so many great events this weekend it was hard to chose just a handful — and we’re not even talking about the New Mexico State Fair in Albuquerque!…[Read more]
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Torrance County Sheriff Heath White arrested one of his own deputies following a tip from a Colorado State Trooper notifying him of an outstanding warrant for arrest on a larceny charge.
The literary elite that haunts the New York cocktail party circuit probably would have sniffed in derision at the first Tinkertown Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival last Saturday.
The Estancia Board of Trustees regularly scheduled meetings should be back to their original schedule starting in October.
The plans to build a new police department and animal control building in Edgewood set off a ripple effect for future development in the minds of the mayor and town council, as discussed at the Sept. 3 Town Council meeting.
The Estancia Municipal School Board kicked off its first meeting of the 2014-2015 school year with reflections on testing scores and grades and the introduction of new technology for classrooms.
This year 2nd-to-None service and Tavenner's Towing have teamed up with the Moriarty-Edgewood School District to find a deserving person to receive a 2000 Dodge Intrepid.
AA meets Monday through Friday at noon at the Mountainside Methodist Church on N.M. 14 in Cedar Crest. 350-1619.
<b>Syd Masters plays at Wildlife West</b>
<b>Sandia trails get weekday closures</b>
<b>Growers Market to support pantry</b>
The Torrance County Sheriff's Department reports the following arrests:
<b>Bird release will remember 9/11</b>
Bernalillo County firefighter Johnny Walker has responded to his last alarm, and his colleagues and the county wanted his family to know how much he meant to the East Mountains community.
Moriarty seems to have an artistic benefactor, and much more will be coming.
The East Mountains have changed a lot over the years, and humans aren't the only ones affected by an uptick in restaurants, cafes, homes and more. With increased development bears are learning new — and often harmful — feeding habits that aren't good for anyone.
Edgewood has resurrected a dormant Parks and Recreation Department this summer with the re-hire of Roger Holden as program manager and the formation of a six-member advisory committee.
School is officially back in session and you know fall is right around the corner so if you’re looking for a pick-me-up look no further. We’ve got good, clean fun…[Read more]
A Torrance County court case went all the way to the New Mexico Supreme Court last week.