21 Articles in Central News
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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

imgZone change request concerns Rio Communities residents

Harvey Yates III told the packed room and commissioners the company wants to develop an industrial park, not look for gas and oil.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

imgWorld’s Largest Matanza to return after two-year pandemic hiatus

After a two-year hiatus, the World’s Largest Matanza — the signature scholarship fundraiser for the Hispano Chamber of Valencia County — is back and ready to let the eager public sample traditional matanza foods.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

imgVALENCIA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY AWARDS

The Valencia County Historical Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award will now be known as the Jim Sloan Lifetime Achievement Award.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgTracy Armijo appointed newest member of the Belen City Council

“I’m all for bringing in new businesses to Belen, but also bringing job opportunities. I know there are a lot of youth who move away because of a lack of job opportunities.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgLos Lunas Village Council approves plan for more housing

In its 18 year since adoption, Huning Ranch has been growing at a rate of about 110 homes per year. Los Senderos developers are anticipating about the same rate of growth with a spike in the early days of development.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Makayla Grijalva | News-Bulletin Staff Writer

imgLos Lunas Board of Education members at odds during meetings

“…my personal feeling is that Mr. Giron and Mr. Smith might have some resentment against us, but the reality of it is, the three of us had nothing to do with them being removed or put on suspension.


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Chieftain Staff Report

imgLaw and Order: Socorro Police blotter

The following items were taken from reports at the Socorro Police Department Nov. 19 An officer...


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Valencia County News-Bulletin

imgGetting ready for fire season

New Mexico is still expected to have a dry, “La Niña” winter following the 2022 monsoon season... Read More


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgFentanyl makes intervening in addiction even more difficult

The proliferation of fentanyl is the biggest challenge for the counselors, peer support workers...


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgCommission approves agreement with PHI

An agreement with PHI Air Medical reached by the county commission at its January 10 meeting means...


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgCalling for Arts Party volunteers

Dress the kids in play clothes and be prepared to dive into all sorts of arts-and-crafts projects,...


Published: Thursday January 26 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgVillage clerk recognized for 20 years of service

At its first meeting of the year, Magdalena’s Board of Trustees last week approved the hiring of a...


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

imgUnknown noxious odor causes concern in Valencia County

“Right now, there’s no definitive answer. We are following up, looking for anything unusual but it’s dumbfounding because we can’t give answers.


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Cathy Cook | El Defensor Chieftain Editor

imgSocorro’s Comic Con connection

For some vendors and at least one voice actor, Jim Burleson is the reason they keep coming back to...


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgSEC annual meeting important for everyone

Every spring Socorro Electric Cooperative holds its annual meeting to do business that will affect...


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgREMEMBERING & HONORING MLK

“As I grew up, I really began to appreciate my ancestors, not just because they were Black,” he said. “I began to appreciate the people who stood up for righteousness.


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by Kristina G. Fisher, Associate Director, Think New Mexico

imgPredatory Lending Finally Ending in New Mexico

On January 1, 2023, we marked the end of four decades of predatory lending in New Mexico, thanks...


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgFive interested in becoming Belen’s next city councilor

Belen Mayor Robert Noblin asked residents to send him letters of interest to fill the vacant seat on the city council after the death Councilor Yvette Padilla in December.


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Clara Garcia | News-Bulletin Editor

imgBelen City Council approves its new comprehensive plan

“I do want to stress the comprehensive plan is a living document and, because of that, it’s always subject to change,” Tomita said.


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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El Defensor Chieftain

by: Posts by John Larson, El Defensor Chieftain

imgAdvocacy group pushes for 50-year water planning

With the legislative session underway this week, the nonprofit group Middle Rio Grande Water...


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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Valencia County News

by: Posts by Julia M. Dendinger | News-Bulletin Assistant Editor

imgAdditional conditions placed on county hospital project

Since the county is still in contract negotiations with CHC, the chairman didn’t comment much on the process, saying, “negotiations are ongoing, so that is a good thing.


Published: Thursday January 19 2023

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