Torrance County needs a trash system, but the question remains: Is the Estancia Valley Solid Waste Authority the best option out there?
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A common cliché in movie comedies is that of the angel and the devil sitting on a character's shoulder giving advice on a moral dilemma. It represents our own struggles between right and wrong.
Last school year, Moriarty-Edgewood School District students made more than 22,700 visits to the nurse's office and missed about 7,500 hours of school time.
Valencia County posted the highest per-capita bankruptcy rate in New Mexico in 2013, edging out perennial rivals Sandoval and Torrance counties for the state's bankruptcy crown, according to data from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Clerk's Office in Albuquerque.
About 50 authors braved wet weather and Easter weekend to come out to the Authors for Literacy event in Moriarty on April 19 sponsored by the Read "Write" Adult Literacy Program and the Moriarty Community Library.
<b>Prayer event set for Moriarty</b>
<b>Edgewood library gets $4K stipend</b>
<b>Bingo to benefit Legion Auxiliary</b>
The Moriarty-Edgwood School District and the state Public Education Department have come to an agreement that will allow the school district to move forward with reorganization plans.
It's been nearly 30 years since the U.S. Forest Service has taken an all-inclusive look at the four ranger districts of the Cibola National Forest.
Volunteers at Walking N Circles Ranch get to cuddle the horses every day, and this Saturday they're inviting everyone to join in the fun.
When Jo White accompanied her husband, Judge Bill White, to the Edgewood Town Council meeting April 16 thinking he was getting an award, she never suspected that she herself would be honored.
A small New Mexico company in Moriarty may soon help Internet search giant Google Inc. enhance online services for users worldwide.
Attracting thousands of visitors from across the globe, Tinkertown Museum in Sandia Park has displayed the enchanting work of Ross Ward for years.
New Mexico State Police released additional information regarding an officer-involved shooting in Punta de Agua on April 5.
Torrance County's budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 needs some attention, reported Torrance County comptroller Tracy Sedillo at the commission meeting April 9.
Primary elections are still on the horizon, but early and absentee voting is right around the corner.
When an honor comes your way, the best thing to do is say thanks and move on.
Employees with the City of Moriarty have spent the last six years wondering around budget time whether they would get a raise, a pay cut or have to take unpaid furloughs.