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In the spirit of the Holiday Season, the Silver City Knitters, Silver City MainStreet, and the Murray Ryan Visitor Center are working together for the “Need a Hat – Take a Hat” … more
Oh, the Ocotillo hikers and their made-up names! There’s Cupcake’s Conondrum, Two and Three Dog Canyon (but no One Dog Canyon!), and so many more funny trail names that only the insider … more
The menorah is lit during MEGA Chanukah on the Plaza, an event held at Plaza de Las Cruces by Chabad of Las Cruces Sunday Nov. 28. Chanukah begins at sunset and continues for 8 days. This year’s celebration on the plaza welcomed and fed close to 1,000 people featuring a live concert, Gelt drop by the Las Cruces Fire Department, a Chanukah pop up shop and variety of craft activities for children. more
In the early nineteen hundreds / Deming was a railroad village/ Next big railroad stop from Lordsburg/ Big steam engines, Army bases more
New Mexico's U.S. senators are making another attempt to protect the last remaining free-flowing rivers and tributary systems to the Colorado River.Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., and Sen. Ben Ray … more
Alan Greene has been hooked on art since he was in middle school. The Silver High School graduate has had an up-and-down life. He was born in Silver City on Easter Sunday in 1955, joined the Navy … more
Dolphins do not just swim in the sea, but one swims through our November skies as well. Delphinus, The Dolphin, is about a third of the way south of overhead. It is a small diamond of third and … more
Achaban House on the island of Mull, sits on a grassy incline above Loch Pottie where mist often prevails. Its liminal quality is captivating: I watch how mist floats and hovers gauze-like, even … more
“I want you to know you are not alone and together we can make a difference,” Anthony, New Mexico Chief of Police Vanessa Orduñez said at La Casa, Inc.’s 24th annual … more
The Southwest Environmental Center (SEC) of Las Cruces announced that it is launching Wildlife for All (WFA), a national campaign to reform state wildlife management to be more ecological-driven, … more
An archaeological crew at the southern end of the Alamogordo landfill was baking under the dry heat in the few weeks before the moisture-laden monsoon in the Tularosa Basin … more
Artists of New Mexico, Artists of the United States, I need your help. I was 14 years old, sitting in my 8th-grade government class, believing Nixon was a great president when Watergate hit the … more
When you’ve lived in the desert for a while, your relationship to rain changes. Coming from Germany, I always dreaded rain as a kid. Not able to go outside or putting on all sorts of … more
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
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