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A forest fire burning near Ruidoso remains uncontained as of May 28. The Blue 2 fire has burned 7,178 acres and is 0 percent contained, according to the village of Ruidoso . No homes have burned … more
New Mexico is in the middle of the typical peak wildfire season, and national forecasters say risk could increase throughout the summer. So the state agriculture department is reminding residents, … more
My eight-year-old granddaughter and I were on the west side of town picking up her new glasses. We live on the far east side of town. Why we had to drive all this way, you'll have to ask … more
The drums are first — thump thump-thump thump ! — as members of Tortugas Pueblo lead the 24th annual Blessing of the Fields at New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum on May 17. … more
Robocalls during election campaigns are nothing new, and the voice that greeted some New Hampshire voters on the phone last February sounded plausibly like a recorded message from President Joe … more
Historic Preservation Committee Commissioner Judy Berryman said she would like to see the property at University Avenue and S. Chaparral Street, which is at least 75 years old, preserved for history. … more
On May 9, more than 500 erstwhile students of Doña Ana Community College moved their tassels over as they graduated with degrees and honors ready to go out and challenge the world and … more
New Mexico State University will award more than 2,000 degrees this week at commencement ceremonies honoring spring 2024 graduates. NMSU will recognize students who completed graduate degrees in … more
Lydia Emmanuel Productions is hosting an art exhibition by Stockholm based artist William Reed at the historic dome shaped building, at 1901 Tenth St., Alamogordo. The artist has spent the month of … more
State Sen. Siah Correa Hemphill, D-Silver City, announced in a news release Thursday that she will not seek a second term in the legislature after all, creating an opening for Republicans to flip a … more
The beloved tamale, a traditional dish of corn-based dough steamed in corn husks or sometimes banana leaves, will be celebrated in Las Cruces on Cinco de Mayo at the second annual New Mexico Tamale … more
When Bill Oliver was a kid, he couldn’t decide between Smokey Bear and Chuck Berry so instead of trying to choose, he just did a little of both. “They were my heroes early on,” … more
A state agency reached a settlement agreement with an oil and gas company as New Mexico continues to crack down on air pollution from that sector. The New Mexico Environment Department announced … more
Situated in a desert valley next to the Rio Grande, Hatch is a hub for agriculture, especially its world-famous red and green chile. But its role in farming doesn’t insulate the community from … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education devoted much of its 4.5-hour meeting on April 23 to updating and revising several policies, including ones guiding the school district’s … more
Grace Foster has been selling her produce at the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts Market for four years, setting up her table with Jerusalem artichokes, jujubes and other greens. She is a popular … more
It’s no secret. Las Cruces has infrastructure problems. Some feel the parks need a facelift. Others want to see the police department increase capacity. Still, others point to numerous … more
The Environmental Improvement Board and the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board shot down an attempt to delay the implementation of the clean car rule earlier this month. The … more
The federal Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that New Mexico will receive $156 million from a $7 billion program allocated to statewide “Solar for All” programs, mostly … more
A new sustainability effort from the city of Las Cruces was recently awarded an over $400,000 federal grant to support a clean energy workforce, mitigate future extreme heat events and promote … more
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