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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
Let’s start with this: The city budget will never be large enough to address all of its needs. And so, it’s not surprising that public support for a proposed increase in the gross … more
Just when we thought things could not get any worse. Forbes just named New Mexico the number one most dangerous state in the United States. This is the direct result of soft-on-crime policies and … more
Doña Ana County hosts Creativity Fest 2024 Doña Ana County will celebrate working artists, area arts and cultural businesses at an inaugural Creativity Fest 2024 from 10 a.m. to … more
The Southwest Cannabis Trade Association, a nonprofit supporting cannabis and cannabis-adjacent businesses in the region, has organized for a second year an industry convention in Las Cruces on … more
Challenger Heather Berghmans trounced Albuquerque Democratic Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto in Tuesday’s District 15 primary. Berghmans won 80% of the vote against a senator who less than two years ago … more
This story includes mentions of suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, the national suicide and crisis lifeline in the U.S. is available by calling or texting 988. There is also an online chat at more
The New Mexico Broadcasters Association last week announced the winners of its 2024 Excellence in Broadcasting Awards. New Mexico State University’s KRWG public broadcasting station earned … more
Musicals are hit or miss on Las Cruces stages, but recent dalliances with the form have revealed an upswell of young, talented singer-actors with the kind of promise that could change all that. … more
With triple-digit temperatures in Las Cruces’ weather forecast for at least a few days this week, the City of Las Cruces will activate cooling stations Wednesday, June 5, and … more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation District One office will invest approximately $1M in two rest areas, the Lordsburg Welcome Center and Rest Area and the Las Cruces Scenic View Rest Area. … more
Twenty-nine candidates running for local office woke up Tuesday morning as winners. The rest— fewer than average — must spend the day sweating it out. According to an analysis … more
The City of Las Cruces unanimously approved a ban on some fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July during a meeting on June 3. The ban is meant to reduce the chance of fire sparking in and around … more
A New Mexico State University researcher has co-authored a new book that examines wild carnivores of New Mexico. Jennifer K. Frey, a professor of mammalian ecology in the Department of Fish, Wildlife … more
In the early 1900s, attorney and publisher Carl Magee moved to New Mexico with his wife in the hopes of alleviating her consumption. While here, he bought one newspaper from Senator A. B. Fall. … more
When Charles Manson showed up in Lordsburg in a stolen convertible Triumph in December 1959, he wasn’t the bearded cult leader the world later knew. more
Applications are open for the 53rd Annual Renaissance Arts Faire, set to take place on Nov. 2-3 at Young Park in Las Cruces. more
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