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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state health officials on Thursday announced the state of New Mexico will extend its emergency public health order and keep intact existing public health restrictions … more
No child will miss a school-provided meal due to remote learning to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Mexico Public Education Department said in a press release. Since in-person instruction … more
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has proposed revisions to three key regulations governing oversight of oil and gas production and reporting. The proposed regulations are designed to reduce … more
Aerospace States Association (ASA) New Mexico Chair, Lt. Gov. Howie Morales, has appointed Casey Anglada DeRaad, CEO, NewSpace New Mexico, and Joe Bullington, … more
New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young … more
Fifth Judicial District Judge Raymond L. Romero of Carlsbad on Monday, July 20, issued a temporary restraining order that stops state enforcement of a public health order issued June 30 that bans New … more
In New Mexico, all children enrolled in school from kindergarten to grade 12 have to have their vaccinationS said Shawna Bailey, Coordinator of Health Services for Las Cruces … more
White Sands Missile Range is offering live coverage of the Trinity Site 75th Commemoration Ceremony beginning at 5:29 a.m. Thursday, July 16, through the Defense Visual Information Distribution … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced the state of New Mexico will re-enact emergency public health restrictions on high-contact indoor environments where face-coverings are not worn in … more
“Killing Pat Garrett, The Wild West's Most Famous Lawman - Murder or Self-Defense?” tells the historic and tragic history of Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett, who was born June 5, 1850 in … more
My sculpture of Billy the Kid began as a joke some 20 years ago: Pat Beckett, (founder of COAS Books in downtown Las Cruces) and I were talking about the plight of our blighted downtown. Pat said a … more
Archaeological excavations were conducted at the Alexander MacSween House ruins in Lincoln State Historical Monument 1986-88 by Human Systems Research, Inc. A public education program was included that focused on the reality versus the myths associated with Billy the Kid. more
Imagine yourself as a law-enforcement dispatcher. The hours are long, and don’t expect a nine-to-five schedule. The stress is high. Your every action on the radio and phone is scrutinized. … more
Overhead on these July evenings, Corona Borealis, the Northern Crown, is a small constellation of mostly fourth magnitude stars forming a semicircle opening to the east toward Hercules. Greek … more
The City of Alamogordo’s annual July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza, a community tradition for more than 40 years, is scheduled for Saturday, July 4. Coordinated by the New Mexico Museum of Space … more
Fay Lisk was 12 years old and fast asleep at 5:30 a.m., July 16, 1945, when her mother was outside doing something and saw a big flash in the sky. Their family lived on a ranch some 45 miles north of … more
Three hundred fifty-six deaths in Juárez, 437 deaths in the state of Chihuahua. – El Diario, June 12, 2020.   “There are 1,525 deaths from the virus in … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community, in our listing. Please submit your event title, time, location and contact information to editor@desertexposure.com; Desert Exposure 1740-A Calle de Mercado, Las Cruces, NM 88005; or call Elva at 575-680-1978.   For Independence Day celebrations, including fireworks, see Page 17. For information about the Silver City CLAY Festival, see … more
I have watched and know many law enforcements officers who have behaved in extraordinarily kind and compassionate ways. They have responded with care to dangerous situations and shown compassion to … more
Sometimes when Arnold McMillan went to Hatch to buy and roast his green chile, some 35 years back, there would be red chile pods caught up in the green ones and he would just roast those too. Then he found the flavor improved. more
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