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Now is the time to plan adventures for 2022. We have so many outdoor opportunities in our area. Below, we highlight a few recently improved trails. For a list of additional trails improved in 2021, … more
Many people, especially those who have been gifted with a gorgeous quilt, marvel at its beauty, warmth and softness, but don’t often wonder, how did this come together? Over the centuries, … more
They come from places like Lordsburg and Cotton City, others arrive from Tucson and beyond. “It started out with a friend who needed a home for a stray cat and a neighbor with a litter of … more
In partnership with mining company Freeport-McMoRan, New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will offer Silver City-area businesses a free business accelerator program, the … more
On Feb. 12,  Silver City will celebrate Territorial Charter Day and Silver City MainStreet will participate in the celebration with the fifth annual Urban Challenge Fun Run in downtown Silver … more
The Elephant Butte Irrigation District is now seeking applications for replacement of its longtime general treasurer- manager Gary Esslinger, who is preparing to retire after more than 40 years with … more
The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” kicked off their first-ever winter training trip at Spaceport America Jan. 10. “Spaceport America is a unique … more
The New Mexico Legislative Council Service (LCS) announced new vaccination-requirement rules governing in-person attendance at the session of the New Mexico Legislature that began Jan. 18 and will … more
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Western New Mexico University is holding a program in Light Hall Auditorium at 11 a.m. Themed Commitment to Change, the program features a keynote speech from … more
“Me, Myself, and Shirley,” a one-woman show starring Cindy Williams, originally scheduled for February 4 and Feb. 5, 2022, has been postponed and will be rescheduled to 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. … more
Artist Nikesha Breeze’s exhibition “Four Sites of Return: Ritual, Remembrance, Reparation & Reclamation,” and artist Jackie Mitchell Edwards’ “Remembered Landscapes: … more
William H. Macy does not remember playing a truly evil character. The actor, after appearing in numerous films, is perhaps best known for his parts in the movie, “Fargo” (1996), and … more
The second session of the 55th New Mexico Legislature will convene at noon Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, at the state capitol in Santa Fe. New Mexico’s 42 state senators and 70 state … more
The New Mexico Department of Finance and Administration released Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s FY23 executive budget recommendation Jan. 6, proposing $8.4 billion in recurring spending, a 13.4 … more
Las Cruces Railroad Museum (LCRRM) will host “Brown Bag Lecture: Las Cruces Founder Pablo Melendres,” presented by Carlos Melendrez, at noon, Tuesday, Jan. 11. There is no charge to … more
Las Cruces filmmaker Brandon Tyler has completed his ninth short film, “Arkansas, Etc.,” and is continuing to submit the movie to film festivals across the country. The 14-minute, … more
Exploring the incredible contributions of the boy who dreamed of being an engineer is the centerpiece of this month’s Launch Pad Lecture at the Museum of Space History. “Rocket Man: Max … more
While the Bureau of Land Management considers euthanasia the only option for horses or burros with infirmities – dubbed as an “act of mercy” even when the condition is non-life … more
For two pounds/75 pence you get a whiskey side with a half lager or dark beer at the Lismore Pub in Glasgow’s West End. For less than $3.50, this “old man’s drink,” is a … more
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