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Ruidoso residents returned to the village Monday after a week-long evacuation because of two major fires that destroyed parts of the community. more
We’re getting close to election season, which for me means again preparing to see and hear millions of dollars in advertising from liberal special interest groups smearing me and misleading New … more
The school board unanimously approved an annual contract between Las Cruces Public Schools and transportation STS of NM for school bus service in the 2024-25 school year during their June 18 meeting. … more
Several business owners in Las Cruces spoke out against the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s continuing seizures of cannabis at southern New Mexico checkpoints during a Las Cruces City … more
Solstice Senior Living, 151 N. Roadrunner Parkway, celebrated its grand reopening June 12 following renovations. The ‘Roaring 20’s’ theme provided a creative base for residents and … more
As I write this column on this early June day, I notice that the daytime high temperatures here in Las Cruces are going to be over or hovering around 100 degrees for the next two weeks. Playing golf … more
The student-athletes of the Centennial High School girls’ softball team were honored with a proclamation during a meeting of the Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners this month. … more
Despite the havoc it caused this week, the huge rainstorm that fell Wednesday over Ruidoso has ushered in a short period of “minimal fire activity” on the Salt and South Fork fires, … more
The Shady Pines Chamber Players’ chorus of  cellists are be back this year at 3 p.m., Saturday, June 29 at the Cloudcroft High School Commons. more
Wednesday, June 26, the Silver City Museum's community conversation series continues when Thomas Grant Richardson, PhD, will discuss "The Art of Oral History and Saving Your Family's Story."  … more
Western New Mexico University Alum Lynisha Dishta (MAT ’24) is a member of an all-women music and dance group, the Zuni Olla Maidens, which was recently awarded a highly prestigious National … more
President Joe Biden on Thursday declared a state of disaster in connection to two fires that have burned or destroyed an estimated 1,400 structures in the Ruidoso area and claimed at least two lives. … more
Dark Circles Contemporary Dance is offering a special screening of “Ten-Gallon,” a groundbreaking queer western romance, at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, at the Fountain Theatre in … more
The old Doña Ana County Courthouse maintains a stately presence in downtown Las Cruces. more
The clearest detail I remember about your car was the smoke coming off your tires, before we nearly collided on Amador Avenue Sunday night. You were stopped at a red light and decided to peel out, … more
Patrick Pearson played bass and sang ‘90s cover songs, along with country and Spanish music three or four times a week at local bar Quarters in Ruidoso. He was known to cook up a pot of … more
An intense storm brought a new twist Wednesday afternoon to the fire response efforts in Ruidoso: water rescues. Authorities emphasized the need to seek higher ground and touted the mantra … more
One day in 1993, Sage Gentlewing was driving through California on Highway 46 between Highway 101 to Highway 5 and stopped at Jack’s Ranch Café. A tree with a monument sculpture, … more
Once again revisiting the 20th century’s greatest hits, No Strings Theatre Company breathes life into Lee Blessing’s Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated Cold War drama, “A Walk In The … more
Expectations were sky high in 2005 when British entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson inked a 20-year lease on a new spaceport that had yet to be built in southern New Mexico. more
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