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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced the state will update its guidance within the emergency public health order to permit small groups in exercise settings and safe outdoor activities … more
James Ethington III started collecting guitars long before he could play them. “I had five guitars and couldn’t play a lick,” he said. more
The Bureau of Land Management is selling fuelwood permits for personal use to the public.  Fuelwood permits cost $10 - $12 per cord and are available in person at select locations or online. … 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
A plaque will be unveiled Wednesday by Mayor Ken Ladner at the Mrs. O.S. Warren house, the only home to survive the many floods to scour what was then Silver City's Main Street, now known as the Big Ditch. 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
The economy on the border between Columbus and Palomas, Mexico is being reshaped dramatically this summer because of the coronavirus quarantine and the Trump policy of lengthening the wall between … more
“Tourists Welcome!” shouts the message painted in a script font on the side of the light green building. Above that are the words, in neat block letters, “Wm. HINDI STORE, … more
In 1775 Benjamin Franklin was appointed the first postmaster general in the United States. Letters were taken to a post office, where the postmaster would note the postage in the upper right … more
Two of America’s most iconic national symbols celebrate anniversaries in September. Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 is the 206th anniversary of Francis Scott Key’s "Defence of Fort M'Henry," which would become “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 marks the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, which was ratified and became the supreme law of the land June 21, 1788 when New Hampshire approved it, the last of the nine states required for its ratification. more
With coronavirus in his hair and murder hornets for cufflinks, Old Man Gloom aka Zozobra, heavy with the sadness and gloom of people across New Mexico, went up in flame Friday, Sept. 4. Zozobra is a … more
Both the Las Cruces Fire Department and New Mexico State University held remembrance events for those who died 19 years ago in New York City on Sept. 11. more
Every week the Aging and Long-Term Services Department [ALTSD] offers a Facebook Live segment, called Senior Social Hour, where ALTSD host, Dolores Gonzales interviews providers, advocates, and … more
Every month I need to have my article to the editor by a certain deadline. And every month, around the beginning of the second week, I realize I have nothing. With deadline getting closer and closer, … 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
Silver City MainStreet’s annual fundraiser, the Taste of Downtown, usually features a walk around sweet and savory tasting at downtown eateries on Labor Day weekend. This year, due to the … more
Recently, Silver City MainStreet received a call from a Grant county resident who was in town to pick up her takeout and have lunch. She was looking for a place to enjoy her lunch and got the last … more
New Mexico State University operated television station KRWG-TV has earned a number of accolades this awards season. KRWG includes a National Public Radio (NPR) affiliated radio station and Public Broadcasting (PBS) television station in Las Cruces on the campus of NMSU. more
After performing in area rock group 91 Proof, George Jacobs (bass) and Eugene Sartor (guitar) decided they wanted to return to their jazz roots and start another group. more
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