Monday, September 25, 2023

A capsule look at the area's prep soccer teams.

A round up of last week's prep football games and a look at what's coming up.

The filing deadline passed this week for candidates seeking spots in various governmental bodies, but candidates’ signatures still need to be verified by today’s deadline.

After two years of construction and thousands of man hours of volunteer work, a new, 4.5-mile trail recently opened on the east side of the Sandias.

The Public Service Company of New Mexico wants to enact a price hike in 2024, with the public hearing scheduled to run from Sept. 5-Sept. 22.

The Edgewood Commission booted Mayor Audrey Jaramillo from her seat just three months before her two-year term was set to expire.

The wait is almost over. It is go time for high school football—andplayers and coachesare excited to kick off the 2023 campaign. MORIARTY After watching film from last …

Fire Protection funds are hitting local fire departments around the state. In late July, the State Fire Marshal’s Office announced that $75 million was heading to county and municipal fire …

With state-mandated goals for more days of education, many of the local schools are already in sessions, busses are rolling down the streets and children are getting used to being back in the …

A man wanted on a federal parole violation kept authorities at bay for more than four hours in Edgewood on Monday. In addition to members of the U.S. Federal Marshals Service, vehicles from …

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