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When students were moving out of the Western New Mexico University residence halls this spring, they may have observed something unfamiliar: donation boxes set up by the Choose to Reuse program. … more
Thank you Christopher Nolan for creating a movie that will encourage people to understand, to explore the truth and find history, looking to connect the past with the future. more
You’ve surely seen the big red “X” south of the border in Juarez, as you’re driving along Interstate 10 near downtown El Paso. At 8 p.m. July 22, the red “X,” … more
Virgin Galactic has announced the first private astronaut mission, “Galactic 02,” has a launch window set on Aug. 10. It will be crewed by Jon Goodwin, an 80-year-old, Olympian and early … more
July 16th 10:35 statement from the Alamogordo Police Department… “It is with profound sadness that the Alamogordo Police Department announces the passing of Officer Anthony Ferguson … more
The 2023 monsoon season is “off to a slow start” but likely will have a “gangbuster finish,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney, based at NWS’ … more
One of the newest solar power arrays to come on line is in Doña Ana County. It’s the Buena Vista Energy Center on more than 2,700 acres of state land in Chaparral. The project is … more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (TBML) will screen a new documentary film about New Mexico’s agricultural history, “Acequias: The Legacy Lives On,” at 6 p.m. Saturday, July 15, at … more
A federal program launched during the pandemic helps low-income families pay their monthly internet cost – sometimes covering the whole bill. But many people across Southern New Mexico are … more
The inaugural run of the Tularosa Duck Race is set to take place from 11a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Village of Tularosa on July 29 with activities at the St. Francis de Paula Catholic school grounds in … more
Bob Log III, a one-of-a-kind musical spectacle known for performing in a full-body cannonball suit and motorcycle helmet, is headlining a special show at the Portal Peak Cafe and Lodge in Portal, … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community. 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 575-443-4408. more
Sculptor George Rodriguez works in expression. Physically a long way from his El Paso roots, every piece reflects home in the borderlands even as it leaves behind the constraints of expectation. The … more
Open Call for Art: “Creatures of the Gila” art show, to be held Sept 1-10, at the Grant County Art Guild Studio, … more
We often take for granted the close proximity of several cities making day trips accessible. With summer here, the open road offers opportunity to take any day of the week and find enjoyment. On a … more
A visit to space turned out better than expected for three Italians who rode the first commercial space mission on Virgin Galactic’s Galactic 01 flight June 29. “It was much better … more
July 4 celebrates the Continental Congress’ official declaration on Thursday, July 4, 1776, that the 13 American colonies were no longer under the authority of Great Britain’s King George … more
The 39th Annual July 4th Ice Cream Social is happening Tuesday, July 4th, at the Silver City Museum, featuring a full slate of local musicians, vendors, food, … more
Author, photographer, translator and award-winning poet Margaret Randall, author, will read from her new collection of poetry, “Vertigo of Risk,” at 6 p.m. Sunday, July 9, at Casa Camino … more
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