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When human traffickers (“coyotes”) get their hands on children, they are often referred to as “pollos,” the Spanish word for chickens. When local artist Sonya Fe heard the … more
When I visited Estonia with my aunt in 2009 it was under the burden of history. My grandmother had always hated the color red, the color of invaders, murderers – the Germans, the Russians. She … more
Halfway up in our southern sky is a half-goat, half fish named Capricornus. This constellation is composed of third and fourth magnitude stars in a crooked “V” lying on its side, with the … more
Can you tell me what a full hookup site is? More newbies, I think as I explain one of the basics of RV life. So many people are buying RVs right now that the RV lots are practically empty, and … more
I won’t sugarcoat it: This is a long one! With the drive from and to Glenwood it took us eight hours and we didn’t even make it far into the box itself. But is it ever worth it! We are … more
Perhaps most unique and memorable about the sandhill crane are its migratory flight sounds and its mating/bonding rituals. “This charismatic bird continues to fascinate people in so many … more
Lt. Gov. Howie Morales, left, visits a COVID-19 testing and flu-shot site at Sunland Park sports complex Friday morning, Oct. 30. The site was manned by officials from the New Mexico Department of … more
Daylight saving time ends Sunday, and the Las Cruces Fire Department is encouraging residents to install new batteries in their smoke alarms when setting clocks to ‘fall back’ one … more
The State Bar of New Mexico Appellate Practice Section will host a forum for the candidates running for the New Mexico Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of New Mexico this November. The SBNM … more
Part of this year’s “NO FAIRE” virtual Renaissance ArtsFaire is an online auction with over one hundred and fifty donated items from generous artists, collectors, businesses and … more
Dr. Alan Stern, planetary scientist and associate vice president of Southwest Research Institute’s (SRI) Space Science and Engineering Division, will fly aboard Virgin Galactic’s … more
A new film, “De La Luz” (“In the Light”), that was filmed in Las Cruces, tells a story about struggle, as a young family risks braves the brutal desert and risks everything to … more
The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) has named Heather A. Reed executive director of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (FRHM) in Las Cruces. She replaces Mark Santiago, … more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library will host award-winning author and New Mexico native Michael McGarrity in a Zoom event beginning at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. more
  The state Supreme Court invites New Mexicans to apply to serve on a newly created Commission on Equity and Justice.   The Commission will study issues related to bias and … more
Today, Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver and Attorney General Hector Balderas issued an advisory to all New Mexicans, reminding them of their right to participate in a free and fair election … more
The number of teacher vacancies in New Mexico has decreased 11 percent compared to last year, while the number of admitted students and program graduates in higher education teacher programs have … more
The New Mexico State Land Office and the New Mexico Healthy Soil Working Group have teamed up to offer a series of informative webinars for state trust land agricultural lessees and the greater … more
A planned Oct. 17 event that was expected to draw more than 800 people and vehicles to the bed of the Rio Grande has been cancelled, according to a Sept. 30 post on the Doña Ana County … more
The Office of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Monday announced that it is soliciting applications for two positions on the board of regents for the New Mexico Institute of Mining and … more
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