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Local celebrations of Juneteenth, the June 19 federal holiday commemorating the end of chattel slavery in the United States, are planned across several days next week.   On that date in … more
It seemed like a tiny gesture, my wife, Sherry’s insistence on taking these Walmart 4 X 6-inch photos of women patients at the mental asylum, Vision in Action in Juárez and putting them … more
In March the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit dismissed the National Institutes of Health’s appeal of a federal court ruling that the agency broke the law by withholding sanctuary … more
White Sands National Park will hold its first Full Moon Night event of the year at 8:15 p.m. on Friday, June 21., in the park’s natural outdoor amphitheater.  In partnership with … more
The New Mexico Forestry Division ’s Mimbres Wildfire Crew completed its first field assignment last weekend, performing suppression efforts on the Whitetail Fire south of Silver City, New … more
Lincoln Historic Site offers a special mass and lecture in honor of San Juan Day, the traditional Spanish festival marking the start of summer. more
It is a common lament that, in spite of the efforts of our representatives and the local leaders who frequent Santa Fe during legislative sessions, there is a distant relationship between the … more
The No Strings Theatre Company, located in downtown Las Cruces, is closing its 2023-24 season with a 1987 drama dramatizing diplomatic relations between the United States and the Soviet Union in the … more
What better way to celebrate your 97th birthday than by raising money for “the kids” to whom you have devoted a lifetime of service? For Las Cruces icon Barbara Hubbard, there is no … more
Virgin Galactic's pioneering space plane, the VSS Unity, looks its final flight before making way for a new line of spacecraft. more
Curtis "LeRoy" Frazier, 81, went on to his eternal rest June 1,2024. LeRoy is survived by Danuta, his loving wife of almost 30 years, stepchildren and grandchildren. He was proceeded in death by his … more
Chamber music ensemble Camerata del Sol announced a pair of concerts it will perform in Las Cruces and El Paso June 21 and 22. more
The Tularosa Arts and History Council (TAHC) is hosting the second annual Rubber Duck Race on Saturday, June 8. Races and festivities will all be centered around the heart of Tularosa’s … more
Making connections in communities, the New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women wants to hear the concerns of local women and connect them to the resources they need. The current listening tour … more
"Todos son corruptos, todos son malos,” says Juan Carlos, the cab driver who is taking us from the Mexico City airport to our hotel near the Zócalo or central plaza. This was the first … more
On Monday evening, Preston Laird was welcomed back to Las Cruces to be part of Head Coach Jason Hooten 's staff.  Laird makes his way back to Las Cruces after spending five seasons as … more
Dorian Varada is a creator. He creates art, music, hair styles and food. Today, food is his focus as he can be found Thursdays through Mondays at the corner of Texas and Yankie streets in Silver … more
When you walk into the BOA Holistic Pot Lounge, 2140 Highway 180 E. in Silver City, it takes a few minutes for your eyes to adjust. The low light cavernous space could be the depths of a medieval … more
The Gila National Forest is celebrating 2024 as year of celebration of the world’s first wilderness. The Gila Wilderness was designated on June 3, 1924. “One hundred years ago, Aldo … more
The aftermath of Donald Trump’s conviction last week on 34 felony counts of falsifying business during his 2016 presidential campaign has included a dismaying effort by supporters to identify … more
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