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There is an art studio tour Labor Day Weekend. You can follow the red dots through Grant County to find working artists doing what they do and chat with them too. In Lincoln County you can find the … more
SILVER CITY Made In Silver City presents the work of Silver City painter, Allan Cox. Cox creates dynamic, brightly-hued abstract paintings by hand-mixing oils and pigments. The opening reception … more
Looking for a Labor Day celebration and sporting a deep love of community and music, a group of Silver City residents decided they should hold a grand fiesta of all fiestas and created the Carnitas … more
Silver City Art Association Studio Tour returns for Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-4. Bright RED DOTS will mark open studios. There is a map included on the official RED DOT Studio Tour brochure which … more
A Lovely June Adventure with a Friend Sharing the artists' perspectives There are few things as fun as going on an adventure of discovery with a friend. Tauna Cole-Dorn is a watercolor artist … more
Christophe Maso sees writing fiction as an artistic expression. “I see it as an art,” he said. “When you are telling fiction, that is lies, stories made up in your head, … more
The monthly Culture Series returns to New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) in August. The first lecture focuses on one of the enduring mysteries in the region, the museum said in a news release. more
Cmdr. Adrian Laney is the new leader of the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s White Sands Detachment at White Sands Missile Range. Laney has pertinent experience at Naval Surface Warfare … more
“Electric Vehicles (EVs) are rising in popularity each year and are set to become the future of electrification transportation in the coming years,” said El Paso Electric (EPE) Supervisor … more
As a result of confirmed pecan weevil infestations in Otero County and the increased possibility of transporting pecan weevil to uninfested pecan-growing counties, the New Mexico Department of … more
It was a beautiful day in early April, a Tuesday, as I made my way through the pecan groves where I live toward the high country of art-rich Silver City. I turned right off I-40 at Deming onto North … more
In Silver City the CLAY Festival, as usual, has delivered a fantastic week-long assemblage of activities and shows, July 11-17. To see what's happening, visit clayfestival.com. more
A step back into the history of the Old West is only a 20-minute drive from downtown Las Cruces. Hop on Interstate 25 and head north of Las Cruces. Take the Radium Springs exit (exit 19), follow … more
“The rains are here,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney. It’s an early start for the monsoon season, which could produce a total of six to seven … more
The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association and others announced today that they have settled the lawsuit filed to prevent the United States Forest Service from shooting cattle from a helicopter … more
 A pair of Levi’s, $68 and a broken nose.  That’s what the winner of New Mexico State University’s first rodeo received, as reported in archived issues of The Round … more
There are a handful of vitally important conditions to know about to keep your dogs safe in our desert wilds, climates and on our burning hot streets. more
The Fourth of July, and the days and nights surrounding the holiday when fireworks are lighting up the night sky, can be a stressful time for dogs, cats and livestock. more
When it opens in 2024, the Mexican American Cultural Institute (MACI) will be the first-ever national cultural center on the United States-Mexico border and the first center in the U.S. more
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