Body, Mind, Spirit
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will reopen the public comment period and host a public hearing for the proposal to designate approximately 1,636.9 acres of critical habitat in Otero County, New … more
Luminarias (small bonfires) were first recorded in the 16th century, when Spanish people lit bonfires along the roads to guide people to Midnight Mass on the final night of Las Posadas. This was … more
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes is a chronic, long-lasting, health condition that causes blood sugar levels to rise far above what’s healthy. This disease affects … more
It might not make hearts skip a beat like the sight of a Monarch butterfly or gray wolf, but biologists say a rare flowering New Mexico plant nonetheless deserves endangered species protection. … more
New Mexico wants to curb gun violence by getting firearms off the street, and while recent gun buyback events drew lots of attendees, some experts say they haven't been found to reduce gun violence. … more
A production team from the hit Amazon Prime TV show "The College Tour" wrapped up a week of filming on the campus of Western New Mexico University on Friday, Nov. 10. The show was in … more
Silver City MainStreet Project is excited to announce Small Business Saturday and Love Local on Nov. 25. Thirty-three local eateries and retail shops in Historic Downtown Silver City are participating with … more
SUNLAND PARK – Food insecurity is soaring in Sunland Park, Doña Ana County’s southernmost community of about 17,400 people along the U.S.-Mexico border. But the need for food … more
Looking to chop down your own Christmas tree this year? Here’s how it starts. Christmas tree permits for the Lincoln National Forest are available both online, and in National Forest offices, … more
The Veterans Coalition of Grant County celebrates Veterans Day on Saturday with music, speakers and a free meal at American Legion Allingham-Golding Post 18 beginning at 11 a.m., at 409 W. College … more
SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO – A perfect storm of factors appears to be driving extra demand for food assistance across the southern half of the state. First, in line with the federal … more
A U.S. Court of Appeals ruling earlier this year could be “the final nail in the coffin” for a proposed high-level nuclear waste storage facility in southeast New Mexico, a Las Cruces … more
The Asombro Institute for Science Education (AISE) will unveil two new science murals, "Desert Ecology" and "Ecología del Desierto," 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at Chihuahuan Desert … more
This year I would like to share the words of a southern New Mexico writer addressed to other writers in the area. Christophe Maso is the author of “The Scream of the Butterfly,” a gothic … more
Springtime passions when you’re all of 11 Trying to fly with sheets in the scouring, dusty winds of a New Mexico March Digging tiger pits with a dull shovel in … more
The girl walked barefooted on the granulated rock and sand, and among the thickness of the mesquite and creosote brush that grew vastly wild in the desert. In the cool night, the full moon shone … more
I have thought of the dead girl many times since the day I stood at the head of the coffin, slightly nauseated by the incense wafting around me.  I was nine years old and I had never seen a dead … more
The Tribes are all here. Here on the banks of the Gila. Spread out up and downstream, colors flying. It's October. Sunny. Dry. Pleasant, cool nights. Good swimming in the day. We play host to … more
Road draws northeast.  I follow her curves, wait when she waits, admire the view, places where light falls like breathing.  You hold it in your hands as you drive, hold light in your … more
Your voice falling after this thunder like handfuls of cool mud plastered onto silence, our lightning wounds Dark mending over the places that will always need it: a result … more
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