Body, Mind, Spirit
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I hadn’t showered that morning, but I was at the meeting point at 8 a.m., so I guess you could say I was rough and ready. I felt just about right for a hike in the Rough and Ready Mountains. more
In 1918 Silver City, not yet 50 years old, was growing from a small frontier town into an aspiring, up-to-date bigger town. That fall, local citizens were preoccupied with three overriding issues: … more
Traveling and helping are virtually a career for Tommy and Kathy Tucker, who recently relocated themselves to the Mimbres community in Grant County. The couple have been traveling in their RV and … more
Legislation that would end a debate raging since 2004 over the proposed diversion of the Gila River passed on a 43-24 vote Thursday, Feb. 25, in the New Mexico House of Representatives and now moves … more
Get ready to once again explore New Mexico history where it happened. New Mexico Historic Sites (NMHS), a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs … more
The New Mexico State University Chile Pepper Institute will host a special plant sale in celebration of Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the … more
We left Santa Fe at 8 a.m., my wife, Sherry, and I with our two tiny dogs huddled in blankets in the back seat and a bag of sandwiches, apples, nut, brownies plus a cooler with drinks. The … more
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument became a reality in 2014 after a lot of people came together to make it happen. Created to protect significant prehistoric, historic, geologic and … more
According to a Humane Society of the United States Press release a lawsuit filed Jan. 14 in the federal district court in Maryland charges the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with violating … more
Online, close to 300,000 people have registered for the Covid-19 vaccine and many have already received their first dose. Register on the New Mexico Department of Health’s (NMDOH) website at … more
A good friend, Father Peter Hinde has just died in El Paso from COVID-19. As painful as this is, I remember him with laughter and conversations like this. “Morgan, Morgan, you should have … more
The luminaria display on Christmas Eve is perhaps Tularosa’s best-known treasure.  This one-night-only display of light, love and tradition is one of the best parts of the holiday season … more
On the western side of the Black Range, in southwestern New Mexico, in the small and picturesque village of San Lorenzo, one will find a charming old mission built in the late 1800’s. This … more
Virgin Galactic has just announced an update to their test flight program. The flight window for VSS Unity will open on Friday Dec. 11. more
I won’t sugarcoat it: This is a long one! With the drive from and to Glenwood it took us eight hours and we didn’t even make it far into the box itself. But is it ever worth it! We are … more
Perhaps most unique and memorable about the sandhill crane are its migratory flight sounds and its mating/bonding rituals. “This charismatic bird continues to fascinate people in so many … more
The number of teacher vacancies in New Mexico has decreased 11 percent compared to last year, while the number of admitted students and program graduates in higher education teacher programs have … more
“Pinky Zoot,” of Silver City, has a habit of dressing her house up for Halloween. A Silver City artist and writer, she loves to go all out with her collection and design sense for the … more
The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) Forestry Division fall seedling sale is coming to an end October 9, 2020.  More than 20,000 tree and shrub seedlings from the … more
In a continued dialogue of advancing a statewide clean energy economy, New Mexico State University invites interested individuals to join a discussion on beneficial electrification from 8:30 a.m. to … more
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