Body, Mind, Spirit
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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
With flu season underway and expected to continue through early May, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is urging all New Mexicans to get their flu shot this year. “This year, it is … 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
Recovery Communities of New Mexico, the Behavioral Health Planning Council, the Human Services Department, the Behavioral Health Services Division and the State Opioid Response Program, have all … more
Dale Walker has been a pastor since he was 20 years old, almost 40 years. During his time as a pastor in El Paso he met a man from the Philippines who talked about the “plight of a lot of people without food and in great need.” more
The state of New Mexico has created a new partnership between the state Attorney General, State Auditor and Ombudsman to protect seniors and specialized care individuals at nursing homes and … more
Let’s face it. We’re all a bit stir crazy these days and have a desperate need to embrace any kind of new surroundings other than our kitchen or bedroom. After all, there’s only so … more
When knights went into battle, they depended not only on their sword, but on their shield as well. While we do not carry shields around with us, there is one about halfway up in the sky above our … more
If you’ve ever driven up to Cloudcroft from Alamogordo before, you’ve probably wondered about the little metal pedestrian bridge. I know I have. How do I get there? What trail do I have … more
In these racially turbulent times, the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL), an adult-learning group of some 400 members in Grant County, has been responding in various ways. As part of … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost everything about our lives and how we navigate them. Some cherished annual events have been cancelled altogether, and others have adopted a new format. … more
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will host its last scheduled public meeting Wednesday, Sept. 2, to hear from community members and accept feedback on the draft environmental impact … more
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) and its NEW MEXICO—Taste the Tradition® program took to social media Aug. 11 to announce a contest to promote the state’s 2020 chile … more
A team of researchers at New Mexico State University is developing protocols to test wastewater samples as a possible method for early detection of SARS CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The … more
  Recently, Silver City MainStreet received a call from a Grant county resident who was in town to pick up her take out and have lunch. She was looking for a place to enjoy her lunch and got … more
Every August, we are treated to the largest and most active meteor shower of the year: the Perseid Meteor Shower. White Sands National Park invites you to join us as … more
I have an accent, they say. Well yes, I grew up in Europe, though was born in Connecticut. My first trip to New Mexico was two months ago when I followed the love of my life here. We packed up the … more
It took us some time to get used to this new normal, but I hope by now we’ve all come to accept these circumstances and move on. Personally, hiking has given me a sense of normalcy these days … more
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