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Wilderness areas take us back to how the world looked before the advent of cars, roads and the many conveniences of civilization that we enjoy today. They are essential places where we can leave … 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
The second annual Damsite Day in Elephant Butte, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 17, begins with the Polar Bear Plunge at noon. Last year saw a record number of jumpers and more are expected this year. … more
The winning selections for the city of Las Cruces’ inaugural “Art Stop” rotating art exhibit were announced last week. The program places art along RoadRUNNER Transit routes, with … more
HATCH – A white building with dark brown trim and a U.S. flag out front stands on the outskirts of this roughly 1,500-person agricultural community. To passersby on N.M. Hwy. 185, an artistic … more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has completed a $2.7 million truck parking initiative, unveiling the state’s first Truck Parking Availability System (TPAS). This is … more
A mayoral ball organized by The Association on Jan. 20 brought together members of the business community and civic leadership for a black tie event welcoming new mayors Eric Enriquez (Las Cruces) … 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
Deming residents near the 900 block of S. Silver Street were awakened Monday morning by a loud boom that shook windows, rattled pets and was followed by a cloud of smoke. Deming police confirmed … more
The nonprofit Boys & Girls Club of Las Cruces, which specializes in afterschool and summer youth development programs, finalized the purchase of a new property for the club’s primary … more
 Join New Mexico State Parks on Saturday, Jan. 20 to celebrate Maggie’s 19th Birthday at Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park in Carlsbad. more
A bill in the state legislature proposes preventing public libraries from banning books based on political or religious views from what one of the bill’s sponsors calls “hate … more
Ron Perlman, star of film and television with a career spanning more than four decades, will be an honored guest at this year’s Las Cruces International Festival on April 4, where he will … more
La Posta de Mesilla is approaching its 85 th anniversary of operations, with plans underway to celebrate the occasion in September; but first, the restaurant is to be featured on an episode of the … more
Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered differently by different people. Some remember him for his assertion that nonviolent struggle was the righteous and effective path to justice. Others reflect … more
In Albuquerque, first-term state Sen. Katy Duhigg, a Democrat elected in 2020, has been preparing for a “short session” sure to be packed with proposals going beyond budgetary matters and … more
In front of a gaggle of school children and various officials, paleontologists gathered Thursday, Jan. 11 to unveil a dinosaur jawbone discovered almost 40 years ago. 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
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