Body, Mind, Spirit
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Springtime passions when you’re all of 11 Trying to fly with sheets in the scouring, dusty winds of a New Mexico March Digging tiger pits with a dull shovel in … more
The girl walked barefooted on the granulated rock and sand, and among the thickness of the mesquite and creosote brush that grew vastly wild in the desert. In the cool night, the full moon shone … more
I have thought of the dead girl many times since the day I stood at the head of the coffin, slightly nauseated by the incense wafting around me.  I was nine years old and I had never seen a dead … more
The Tribes are all here. Here on the banks of the Gila. Spread out up and downstream, colors flying. It's October. Sunny. Dry. Pleasant, cool nights. Good swimming in the day. We play host to … more
Road draws northeast.  I follow her curves, wait when she waits, admire the view, places where light falls like breathing.  You hold it in your hands as you drive, hold light in your … more
Your voice falling after this thunder like handfuls of cool mud plastered onto silence, our lightning wounds Dark mending over the places that will always need it: a result … more
Recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October the New Mexico State University Department of Criminal Justice is hosted “Project Clothesline.” More than 100 t-shirts with … more
U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján, D-N.M., was at Radium Springs Community Center Oct. 12, joining local officials and representatives from Ethos Broadband Inc., a division of Sacred Wind … more
Each year in the morning before the annual military escorted tour of the Trinity Test some 45 miles northwest of Tularosa in 1945, residents of Tularosa bring attention to the negative health effects … more
Sunspot Scenic Byway Voted New Mexico's Best Drive for Fall Foliage in 2023.   Survey of 3,000 reveals America's top 140 drives for fall foliage this year. Enchanted Circle Scenic … more
Zane Richardson from Sierra County was awarded the 2023 Heritage Buckle at the Sierra County Fair, Oct. 2-6.  “I am super proud of our youth, they are truly stepping up and carrying … more
The Silver City Dia de los Muertos, noon-5 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 29, is in the courtyard at the Silver City Museum there will be bone carving, food and vendors, pave painting, a puppet show and live … more
At its September meeting, Gadsden Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) President Robert Vance presented Crystal Davis Whited with the SAR EMS medal and commendation award. Whited has … more
The Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium (TBDC) a volunteer advocacy organization that has been working with local communities, congressional representatives and state legislators to bring attention … more
White Sands Missile Range will conduct the Trinity Site Open House, Oct. 21. Trinity Site is where the world’s first atomic bomb was tested at 5:29:45 a.m. Mountain War Time July 16, 1945. … more
Co-founder of the United Farm Workers Association, Dolores Clara Fernandez Huerta is one of the most influential labor activists of the 20 th  century and a leader of the Chicano civil rights … more
Dangerbird is a 250-mile bikepacking adventure that takes in Las Cruces, Mesilla, Hatch, parts of southern Doña Ana County, a bit of Texas and the vast and vista-filled Monumental Loop cycling … more
The annular eclipse, which occurs as the moon is near its furthest point from Earth, creates the "ring of fire" effect with the sun peeking around the moon's edges.  Observers in Oregon, … more
The Museum of Space of Space History is presents the award-winning documentary "Oppenheimer After Trinity" at the New Horizons Dome Theater.  "Oppenheimer After Trinity" is a thought-provoking … more
“Telescopes play with rainbows,” says volunteer Bill Wren to a dimly lit room packed with visitors of Sunspot Solar Observatory near Cloudcroft. The crowd is comprised of both young and … more
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