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The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) received reports beginning July 24 of New Mexico residents who have been mailed unsolicited foreign seeds not clearly labeled as seeds. NMDA … more
A 2019 CDC report estimates more 2.8 million cases of antibiotic resistant infections and 35,000 deaths happen in the U.S. every year. New Mexico State University professor Erik Yukl hopes his … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state health and education officials on Thursday provided a public update on the state’s COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, outlining a new emergency public health order and New Mexico’s preparation for a limited re-entry to in-person learning next month. more
Auditions for the fall NMSU Theatre projects are open to all NMSU students and all employees. Please email a video link of you performing a one-minute contemporary monologue and, if … more
Preparations are  being completed at Fort Wingate near Gallup, N.M., for a Black Dagger target missile firing from the old depot to White Sands Missile Range. The launch is tentatively scheduled … 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
A new mobile app provides convenient access to New Mexico court case information from portable electronic devices such as a cell phone or tablet. The Case Lookup app will display summary … more
The Early Childhood Education and Care Department has launched its first campaign, Moments Together, to inform, support and inspire parents and caregivers of children zero to five in New Mexico. … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday issued a revised executive order requiring quarantine for individuals arriving into the state of New Mexico, incorporating adjustments for those leaving the … 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
The 2020 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts has been suspended until next year, with a new deadline of March 5, 2021, for nomination submissions. This decision was made with the … more
A baseball season or two ago, I was in my den reading the newspaper, shaking my head at Dear Abby, and enjoying a hot cup of gourmet coffee.I was listening to my TV’s Blues channel. They were … more
I have been taking part in a writer’s group in Silver City (via Zoom) for a few months now. I often am not able to zoom in on the weekly meetings, but I am continually inspired by the prompts … more
Sterling Fine Art is featuring gallery artists Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and by appointment 505-699-5005. The gallery is located at 306 N. Bullard in Silver City and … more
In the 17th century, ships would sail into Venice from far-off lands, bringing exotic goods and exotic diseases. The Venetian authorities enforced forty days (quaranta giorni) of isolation, keeping … more
Drive-in restaurants were not invented with a global pandemic in mind but, turns out, they are suited well to Coronavirus restrictions. Sonic may be the dominant player in the drive-in restaurant … 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
“I say with pride that I was born with the soul of a gypsy. For me, the term gypsy is one of endearment. It speaks of fierce independence, curiosity, restlessness, and a willingness to try most … more
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