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It’s been more than two years since Covid-19 sent shock waves through New Mexico and the country, crippling the economy and sparking an unprecedented federal rescue.  more
Lemonade Day is an experiential program teaching youth how to start, own and operate their very own business – a lemonade stand. Each year, in participating cities, youth can experience … more
The 2022 New Mexico Senior Olympics will be in Las Cruces later this year and the organization is gearing up for the big event. The games will be held June 8-11 at New Mexico State University and … more
The Mesilla Valley Iris Society celebrated its 50th Anniversary, (1971-2021) by hosting the American Iris Society convention April 11-16, in Las Cruces. The first ever AIS convention held in New … more
New Mexico State University’s largest-ever Pride Season is now underway.  NMSU’s LGBT+ Programs hosts Pride Season each spring to celebrate the diversity of students, faculty … more
Viridiana “Viri” Torres has struggled with mental-health issues most of her adult life and has been in several mental-health facilities. Then, she came to Visión en Acción … more
A volunteer group in Las Cruces has taken on the job of helping seniors stay safe and healthy through a class addressing “A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls.” The … more
Now is the time to plan adventures for 2022. We have so many outdoor opportunities in our area. Below, we highlight a few recently improved trails. For a list of additional trails improved in 2021, … more
They come from places like Lordsburg and Cotton City, others arrive from Tucson and beyond. “It started out with a friend who needed a home for a stray cat and a neighbor with a litter of … more
While the Bureau of Land Management considers euthanasia the only option for horses or burros with infirmities – dubbed as an “act of mercy” even when the condition is non-life … more
Lots of bad news worldwide about migration, news that might get worse as climate change forces even more to flee their home countries. However, there are bright spots, some of which have been overlooked and underutilized to date. more
“My mind went very calm. I just had a total moment of peace.” That was Ride On Sports of Las Cruces owner David Hill’s experience a couple of weeks ago as he stood atop Mt. … more
A five-person, multi-disciplinary design assistance team from the American Institute of Architecture (AIA) based in Washington, D.C., toured … more
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
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
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