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(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as … more
Earlier this week, the New Mexico Supreme Court ordered a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency. more
Everyone knows the physical, emotional and economic impact of COVID-19. It may also be having some unforeseen benefits for the environment. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico and United Way of Southern New Mexico have launched a Nonprofit Emergency Fund to support nonprofit organizations that experience loss of funds due to the COVID-19 health pandemic. more
The Young at Heart Chorus was to have presented a free concert March 26 at Good Samaritan Auditorium, 3011 Buena Vida Circle. The concert is being postponed. more
The Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation (STCF) presented a check for $1,610 to fifth-grade students at Riverside Elementary School in Sunland Park. more
When Camino Real Middle School (CRMS) eighth grader Joshua Jones arrived at Bowie High School in El Paso March 6, he was among more than 150 students waiting to compete in the 2020 El Paso Regional Spelling Bee. more
WASHINGTON – After careful consideration and at the direction of Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt, the Bureau of Land Management will temporarily suspend the collection of all entrance … more
Butch has a theory about hardcore born-to-rope ropers: as soon as they build a loop and take one swing, it kicks their brain out of gear. To demonstrate how this theory works, he told me about a … more
Steinborn & Associates Real Estate of Las Cruces has announced that it is newly affiliated with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate LLC. more
Pollinators -- like bees, hummingbirds and butterflies -- keep the ecosystem of your garden healthy. Learn more about how to attract them with Claudette Harvell, from Wild Birds Unlimited, at the free Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) Lush and Lean Workshop on Thursday, March 19. more
Bernie Digman’s cruiser turns heads wherever it goes. It’s a 1958 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. “I purchased it via an on-line auction site last year,” Digman said. “I had wanted a car like … more
"Boys will be boys," reflected Jack, as he told me a story from his youth. Seems when Jack was a teenager back in Ripley, Oklahoma, he and his teenage friend were serious about becoming bull … more
Being a voter in New Mexico during the presidential primary election is a little bit like being a Cleveland Browns fan during the Super Bowl. It’s interesting to watch, but it would be a lot more … more
Mel Stone has been running the Mesquite Art Gallery since 2010. In that time, he’s featured the work of dozens of artists. March will be just a tad different. Stone presents his own … more
Tucked away in Raasaf Hills, looking east toward the Organ Mountains, is one of four homes designed by renowned Modernist architect Bruno Leon (1924-2013). All four were designed in the 1970s and … more
It’s a dark morning, with rain in the distance. Retired soil science professor William Lindemann, Ph.D., is stopping by New Mexico State University’s Fabian Garcia Research Center, a garden area … more
The 2020 session of the New Mexico Legislature adjourned at noon on Friday, Feb. 21. The Legislature alternates between 60-day and 30-day sessions. This year was a 30-day session, which is … more
Las Cruces physical therapist Dennis L. Prickett said he is frequently asked about how people can help one another to live in a more healthful way.  “We all want our … more
Most people are drawn to horses. They are elegant beings who possess gentleness coupled with great size and strength. They can be dangerous to the inexperienced person; the inexperienced person can … more
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