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Just when you think progress is being made with regards to good government and legislative transparency, something happens that restores the public distrust and skepticism that has plagued public … more
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 idea of science embedded in movies is not new, and when the board of the Mesilla Valley Film Society (MVFS) noticed an available grant pairing science-related movies with real scientists, the … more
When Giovanni Maria de Agostini was found murdered near his cave at La Cueva at the foot of the Organ Mountains on May 2, 1869, a compelling story abruptly ended. Found with his meager … 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
Lourdes “Lulu” Reyes brother Willie found himself pushed to walk as a prisoner of war as part of the infamous Bataan Death March in the Philippines in World War II’s “War in … more
Once a year, Las Cruces artists come together and flow apart to show their love of their craft by celebrating for a whole month, For the Love of Art Month. February became a month of activity and … more
Across southern New Mexico, tiny towns like Gila, Lordsburg, Hatch, Columbus, Bayard, Cloudcroft and Eunice dot the map. They may be separated by long distances, but they share a similar struggle. … more
New Mexico State University’s Black Programs and the Black Student Association invite Aggies and community members from all backgrounds to join in a monthlong celebration of Black History Month … more
When it became clear that Doña Ana County’s population would exceed 200,000, the state legislature was spurred into action. Their goal was simple: prevent Doña Ana County from … more
Some 44 million Americans are struggling with hunger, including  250,000 in New Mexico , and a nationwide food bank network wants Congress to help. Vince Hall, chief government relations officer … more
A group of about 40 demonstrators gathered downtown Friday afternoon to protest the scale of civilian deaths and mass displacement amid overwhelming bombardments and a ground offensive in Gaza on the … more
The Tombaugh Gallery will present an exhibition titled “Between Heaven and Earth” in February, featuring works by Karl Kohl and Roy Van der Aa. 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
Two Las Cruces men face criminal charges after police say they shot a man in a dispensary parking lot. Xavier Noe Altamirano, 20, is charged with second-degree murder and shooting at or from a … more
Young Park will undergo irrigation improvements and upgrades with construction and excavation in certain areas. Park area sections will close while construction is taking place during Jan. 29, 2024 … more
“Throw my brain in a hurricane And the blind can have my eyes And the deaf can have both of my ears If they don’t mind the size.” - John Prine I wasn’t … 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
In the days following an explosion at Deming’s probation office on Jan. 22, no suspect has been publicly accused of setting the bomb or a second device found at the building. However, as … more
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