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The Western New Mexico University football team has won just five games in the past four seasons but the Mustangs’ new head coach isn’t backing away from the challenge that lies ahead … more
A little east of overhead is a star of television and movies. He has been in the sky since ancient times, with this constellation appearing in Claudius Ptolemy’s astronomical treatise, the … more
The Hatch Chile Festival returns on Labor Day weekend, September 4 and 5, in Hatch. This year’s festival is being organized by the Hatch Valley Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with … more
In light of the continued spread of COVID-19 and enhanced viral risk driven by vaccine hesitancy and … more
Live theater returns to the stage at Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) with its production of “Harvey,” starring Brandon Brown as Elwood P. Dowd and Lennie Brown as Veta Louise Dowd … more
In 11 minutes, the world changed again as Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, female aviation pioneer Wally Funk and 18-year-old Oliver Daemen blasted off into space, 62 miles above the earth, on … more
The Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) will join conservation and recreation organizations from across New Mexico to celebrate the eighth annual Latino Conservation Week … more
I love flowers and have always appreciated people who took the time to plant and cultivate them. more
Blank Conversations Theatre Company is celebrating the return of live theater to Las Cruces with a second outstanding production at Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). more
“Playful Boundaries” will remain on view at the Doña Ana Arts Council through July. The exhibit is described as “an explosion of mixed media created by seven artists and Beloved Community.” more
“The Unmasking,” by Lynn C. Miller, is a murder mystery set at the secluded Oso Grande Lodge in Silver City, New Mexico. more
From the beginning, 17 years ago when then New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Virgin Galactic’s Sir Richard Branson shook hands over a piece of desert in southern New Mexico, everything has led to the historic day of Sunday, July 11, 2021. more
We in the desert southwest are used to snakes, but our July sky has an actual serpent. Serpens, The Serpent is divided into two unconnected parts, separated by the constellation Ophiuchus. Serpens … more
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, ghost towns are fun. We headed out to Chloride, a two-hour-plus drive from Las Cruces on a fine spring day without any wind in the forecast. As soon as we … more
Branigan Cultural Center (BCC) remains closed to the public for scheduled maintenance, but will offer a wide array of online programming in July. more
Seventy-five teams of college engineering students from around the world participated in the 2021 Spaceport America Cup sending rockets climbing into the clouds in a variety of different categories. more
The annual Give Grandly! fund-raiser broke its own record and raised more than $260,000 on May 8 for nonprofits serving southwestern New Mexico. With that record-setting haul, the fund-raiser has … more
A “House of Rain” emerged, a child of volcanic power, east of El Paso, Texas, thousands of years ago. A deep earth event pushed molten magma some 200 feet up which then cooled and … more
This story begins many years ago, when my best friend forever, Yolanda, and I were in grad school. She was a single mom with two young children whom she would bring to seminars. Olivia would house … more
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