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Days after the death of New Mexico State Police Officer Darian Jarrott, the president of the State Police Association released a video accusing the state Legislature of an “attack on law enforcement.” more
Local photographers continue to capture the Southwest's grace and beauty, proving that photography is much more than technical ability alone. The Doña Ana Arts Council is showcasing these … more
“My falcon now is sharp and passing empty; and till she stoops she must not be fully gorged, for then she never looks upon her lure, another way I have to man my haggard to make her come and … more
We left Santa Fe at 8 a.m., my wife, Sherry, and I with our two tiny dogs huddled in blankets in the back seat and a bag of sandwiches, apples, nut, brownies plus a cooler with drinks. The … more
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument became a reality in 2014 after a lot of people came together to make it happen. Created to protect significant prehistoric, historic, geologic and … more
The New Mexico State University Department of Art will host a variety of artists from across the country as part of the virtual Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series. The series will kick off … more
You can travel the world for some exotic tastes, or you can visit the Old Barrel Tea & Spice Company in Mesilla. With teas and international spices carrying the flavors of South Africa, South America, Japan and Serbia to a little store in southern New Mexico, every visit becomes an adventure. more
According to a Humane Society of the United States Press release a lawsuit filed Jan. 14 in the federal district court in Maryland charges the National Institutes of Health (NIH) with violating … more
Blank Conversations Theatre Company of Las Cruces will premiere its production of “Dracula,” the radio play at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22. The show will play again at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23 … more
As the number of people and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic grows, so do the scams associated with it. Scammers use public health emergencies as opportunities for new fraud schemes, and … more
Online, close to 300,000 people have registered for the Covid-19 vaccine and many have already received their first dose. Register on the New Mexico Department of Health’s (NMDOH) website at … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will host seven new art and culture online courses beginning Jan. 18 and focusing on world art, Mesoamerican Art, great Mexican artists, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, … more
“Karl the Magnificent,” a new play by Colorado playwright William Missouri Downs, directed by Ceil Herman, will be streamed by Black Box Theatre (BBT) beginning at 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 8, … more
More than 339 species of birds have been spotted in Grant County. In the Gila River Habitat Management Unit (along the Gila River), at least 200 species have been documented. Common black hawks, … more
A good friend, Father Peter Hinde has just died in El Paso from COVID-19. As painful as this is, I remember him with laughter and conversations like this. “Morgan, Morgan, you should have … more
Area museums are taking on some of the need for things to do in the world with Silver City Museum hosting a Zoom talk on the Spanish Flu, the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library calling for poets, The Farm and Ranch exhibit Home on the Range, from Ranches to Rocket going on line and the New Mexico cultural Affairs Department hosting a variety of online experiences. more
Award-winning author and Las Cruces bookstore owner Denise Chávez will host a Zoom virtual talk/writing prompt session called “Writing Witness,” beginning at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. more
Samantha Kindred and Kaleigh Jones worked at a coffee shop in Mesilla and found they had something powerful in common – a love of baking. more
Today, President-Elect Biden nominated New Mexico Representative Deb Haaland to be the next Department of Interior Secretary. more
If you saw two bright stars in proximity above Wednesday’s crescent moonset in the western New Mexico horizon, just wait until Monday, Dec. 21. Those weren’t actually stars, but … more
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