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In an initiative to support research projects centered on leading the way to improve soil health across the United States, a researcher at New Mexico State University was selected to receive $742,170 … more
The Black Fire continues to burn. The fire, located about 30 miles northwest of Truth or Consequences, has burned more than 145,000 acres and is only 8 percent contained, according to the most recent … more
NASA and Boeing's Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) successfully launched on May 19, and now White Sands Missile Range is preparing for the landing of the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft. The … more
Las Cruces author Paul Brenner has published a novel about an aging elk guide in the Colorado Mountains who is haunted by his past, Dorrance Publishing Company said in a news release. In … more
The New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum celebrated an old tradition with the annual Blessing of the Fields procession on Friday, May 13. At 10 a.m. The colorful procession around the Museum … more
The 27th Annual Silver City Blues Festival will take place in different venues throughout the three-day Memorial Day weekend. The main event will happen on from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 28 … more
Alamogordo MainStreet in partnership with Flickinger Center of Performing Arts & Patrons Hall presented Atomicon 2022 on Saturday, May 4. more
Young people in Las Cruces Public Schools are going to be headed back to school earlier this year than they have in the past, but, thanks to the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC), they still have … more
Las Cruces author John Phillip Wilson’s latest book, “Arizona Across 400 Years, Stories from a Colorful Past,” is now available, according to a news release from Aero Cordero … more
“We made art together, and in art we have our home,” New Mexico State University graduating senior Riley Samuel Merritt said May 5, as he was named the winner of the NMSU Theatre … more
It’s been more than two years since Covid-19 sent shock waves through New Mexico and the country, crippling the economy and sparking an unprecedented federal rescue.  more
As things stand now, there may not be any presidential debates in 2024. And I’m not sure that would be a huge loss. more
State Rep. Ray Lara, a Democrat from Chamberino in southern Doña Ana County, was joined April 28 by New Mexico House of Representatives Majority Leader Javier … more
As a quilter, I am thrilled at the kinds of things my friends and I can do with the computer technology that has gotten huge in the past few years. My friend Deb wanted me to make a quilt for her … more
Silver City MainStreet, a non-profit, started operating the Silco Theater in October 2021, offering first-run movies on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. A private film club offers a wide selection of … more
If you have ever taken a journey to Rockhound State Park, you’ve probably seen or met with these two “Faces of Deming.” Sally Allen has been the president of Friends of Rockhound … more
Lemonade Day is an experiential program teaching youth how to start, own and operate their very own business – a lemonade stand. Each year, in participating cities, youth can experience … more
Povy Bigbee and her husband, John, live in a big house surrounded by flowers in Anthony, New Mexico. The flowers extend almost as far as the eye can see because their three granddaughters – … more
Two of my sons have turtles. I don’t know why there are these water-dwelling creatures hanging around in their houses, apparently not doing much other than floating around, sticking their noses … more
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