What kind of driver are you? Do you text and pass on curves and expect others to change their driving for your whims? Or are you observant of the road and all that happens on and near it? Think about it the next time you venture out on the highway.
Today's intelligence:: Community members step forward to defend Dr. Barbara Pearlman, who is running for re-election this fall to a seat on the board of education of the Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools, from defamatory distortions of her educational principles published in the opinion pages of the Sierra County Sentinel.
There is little enjoyment to be found in rushing through the day. Pause and enjoy the unexpected.
The moments after experiencing a wondrous nature wow, are often a quiet time of reflection. Reaching back and replaying the moments is a skill so worth developing. A recent early morn thunderstorm was such a moment for me. I can only hope others were wowed by the same storm.
Today's intelligence: Why "Stuff you need to know" has gone dark
As the frequency of memorial services picks up for friends and family, I found myself thinking about the trail of crumbs I will be leaving behind
These days, finding joy seems to be a challenge. We do find joy in our sunrises. Sitting in the dark, sipping a fresh cup of coffee and absorbing the incremental changes as night sounds and dark skies give way to dawn. It is a deep bonding without compromise. There is…
What is behind the reel of cable left on the roadside and rumors that a property owner was prohibiting access to string the cable on power poles?
The administrative hearing on New Mexico Copper Corporation's application to transfer water rights from near El Paso to their production wells in Caballo, near Hwy. 152, to use at Copper Flat Mine concludes with a strong showing by state agencies opposing the transfer.
Today's intelligence: The New Mexico Game and Fish Department is seeking public comment on needed adjustments to cougar and bear hunting regulations.
Today's intelligence: An open letter to the residents of Truth or Consequences, written and posted downtown anonymously, is reposted here to stimulate a vigorous civic assessment of the accuracy of the letter's allegations about the alarming mismanagement of the city's water and wastewater departments.
Today's intelligence: Popular New Mexico pundit Joe Monahan sees handwriting on the wall for Virgin Galactic.