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A small group of balloonists who are in the area for the now-cancelled White Sands Balloon Invitational will present a balloon glow on the grounds of the New Mexico Museum of Space History on … more
The Western New Mexico University Office of Veteran Affairs will observe the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with a memorial event on campus Saturday, Sept.11, 2021. more
After more than a year of pandemic restrictions, the Gila Conservation Coalition and other groups invite the world to reconnect with the Gila River watershed through field trips, workshops and … more
Exciting things have been happening in the Gila in 2021. There was a healthy burn through much of the Gila Wilderness, the Johnson Fire, which will hopefully help prevent future catastrophic fires. … more
First, there was GLB, which was changed to LGB in order to not continue the sexism that constantly puts women second. Then under some protests and debates, the “T” was added. The … more
Never getting more than its northern half over our southern horizon, the small constellation Ara, the Altar, is 63rd in size out of the 88 constellations. Ara can be found directly beneath the tail … more
The Master Watershed Conservationist (MWC) program kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, with the first of eight forums, The Future of our Watershed in the Hatch and Mesilla Valleys. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday will announce that the state of New Mexico will temporarily re-implement a statewide requirement that facemasks be worn in all public indoor spaces, with only … more
A little east of overhead is a star of television and movies. He has been in the sky since ancient times, with this constellation appearing in Claudius Ptolemy’s astronomical treatise, the … more
Blood donations in New Mexico have plummeted due to COVID-19, with Vitalant cancelling more than 1,600 blood drives during the pandemic Every two seconds someone in the United … more
In 11 minutes, the world changed again as Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, female aviation pioneer Wally Funk and 18-year-old Oliver Daemen blasted off into space, 62 miles above the earth, on … more
The Elizabeth M. Whitefield End of Life Options Act will “assist people in getting medical aid in dying if that’s their choice,” said MaryKay Brady of Las Cruces, a board member of … more
The Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) will join conservation and recreation organizations from across New Mexico to celebrate the eighth annual Latino Conservation Week … more
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, ghost towns are fun. We headed out to Chloride, a two-hour-plus drive from Las Cruces on a fine spring day without any wind in the forecast. As soon as we … more
A “House of Rain” emerged, a child of volcanic power, east of El Paso, Texas, thousands of years ago. A deep earth event pushed molten magma some 200 feet up which then cooled and … more
“Too many books? Never!!” said Casa Camino Real Bookstore owner and nationally award-winning author Denise Chávez. And she will be sharing her bounty. Casa Camino Real will … more
The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument will reopen at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 17, Acting Park Superintendent Jerome Flood announced Wednesday evening. more
The summer solstice is at 9:32 p.m. MDT Sunday, June 20. The solstice marks the first day of summer and the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. more
State announces $100 incentive for COVID-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots New Mexicans encouraged to sign up for vaccination through June 17 more
Nikolaus Copernicus, a Renaissance mathematician born in 1473, kept his mathematical findings that the Earth is not the center of the universe to himself. Rather, he found, Earth is one of several … more
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