Must-read reporting and commentary from around the state and the country. Today's intelligence: a personal bout with COVID-19 reveals the laxity of New Mexico's current pandemic recordkeeping.
Must-read reporting from around the state and the country. Today's intelligence: the double-edged sword of record state oil and gas revenues; and Virgin Galactic's ever-retreating horizon for full passenger service,
Fire will be a topic I discuss for awhile as the Silver Fire still has influence on our ecology in the Black Range Mountains, nine years after the burn. The Black Fire still has hot spots and as the largest single fire in New Mexican history, it will for awhile.
Photos taken from Emory Pass vista point. Kingston Main st is the white curved line pretty much in the middle of the picture.
Must-read reporting and commentary from around the state and the country. Today's intelligence: a groundbreaking report on what happens to a pregnant person who is forced to carry an unwanted pregnancy and an analysis of Congress's powers to redress the Supreme Court's unjust ruling on abortion.
Must-see reporting and commentary from around the state and the country. Today's intelligence: the origins of birthright citizenship and the relationship between drought and extreme heat.
Must-see reporting and commentary from around the state and the country. Today's intelligence: a short documentary about the fire up north and Spaceport America's newest client.
Other cities fund their government services with taxes and use utility fees to operate, maintain and replace that utility's infrastructure. Not T or C. Now the infrastructure is failing. The solution? Raise taxes.
I love the vast open space surrounding us. My photographs document its wild beauty . Here is a series about the Black Fire, awesome and terrifying.
An ongoing issue in Sierra county has been the presence of introduced Mexican wolves. John Grant, the state’s director of inspection services, explained how his agency determines if a depredation is due to wolves. Six depredations (5 dead, 1 injured) have been confirmed in the county so far this year.
I felt a good way to start this journey would be to introduce myself and talk about why I am compelled to write what I love to write about - The natural world and our relationship to it
The Truth or Consequences City Commission interviewed three of five candidates interested in serving as planning and zoning commissioners during the June 22 city commission meeting. From the questions asked and answers given, it is clear that being pro-development and doing the city commissioners' bidding are key requirements.