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WHAT:      Lordsburg Veteran Benefits Seminar Various presentations on such topics as the PACT Act , suicide prevention , the VA disability claims process, and VA health care … more
The 10th Natural History of the Gila Symposium  takes place Feb. 28-March 1 at the Western New Mexico University Global Resource Center.  more
This Valentine’s Day, Western New Mexico Fine Arts Center Theatre hosts a “one night only” production to raise money and awareness for the mission and vision of Silver Regional … more
Brianda Alirdz was fine coping with the COVID-19 pandemic up until the virus finally caught up to her during her 2021 Christmas break. The 18-year-old was a senior at Early College High School … more
100% Otero is a grassroots nonprofit eliminating childhood trauma in Otero County by supporting families with 10 vital services: food, housing, medical/dental care, behavioral health care, … more
Lourdes “Lulu” Reyes brother Willie found himself pushed to walk as a prisoner of war as part of the infamous Bataan Death March in the Philippines in World War II’s “War in … more
New Mexico State University’s Black Programs and the Black Student Association invite Aggies and community members from all backgrounds to join in a monthlong celebration of Black History Month … more
Some 44 million Americans are struggling with hunger, including  250,000 in New Mexico , and a nationwide food bank network wants Congress to help. Vince Hall, chief government relations officer … more
A group of about 40 demonstrators gathered downtown Friday afternoon to protest the scale of civilian deaths and mass displacement amid overwhelming bombardments and a ground offensive in Gaza on the … more
Traveling across the country, coffee house to coffee house, Kyna Bryn is talking about and sharing her books with whoever cares to listen. After living for three years in Las Cruces as a … more
Child well-being in New Mexico appears to be slowly improving with a marked decline in child poverty. Data  from New Mexico Voices for Children found child poverty in the state is lower than it … more
I’ve been in ecclesiastical ministry more than fifty years. A sense of sobriety comes with serving that long. Nary a week goes by that I don’t contemplate the possibility that religious … more
The thing about getting older is that you find yourself going to the doctor more often, Blood tests, mammograms if … more
James Meredith challenged Mississippi’s racial order and paved the way for integration nationwide. His path down the road of affecting change on a national scale all began in the … more
Magali Gomez, Ruben S. Torres Elementary School 5 th grade teacher was “bamboozled” when her name was called during a Dec. 12 assembly at the Deming school. She was expecting to … more
Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy, delicious meals at a Kitchen Creations cooking school. The next one will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Wednesday’s, Jan. 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7 at … more
The 3rd Judicial District Court is looking for a new judge in 2024 following the resignation of its most recent appointment. Mark Standridge, a former Las Cruces City Attorney and Assistant United … more
Winter may be upon us, but it’s never too early to start looking towards next spring’s planting season. The New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Forestry … more
The U.S. Forest Service determined it will not be using helicopters and guns to cull cattle loose in the Gila National Forest next year. Federal officials said aerial operations were … more
Several years ago a radio interviewer asked Terry Alvarez, the one-of-a-kind, force-of-nature “Storydancer” who passed away on Dec. 8 after a long illness, about a life changing decision … more
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