The Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project opens a fund-raising drive to support the Citizen.
The city government used to not allow campaigning in government buildings, but even that law has gone by the wayside. The rule of law and checks and balances among the branches of government have seriously eroded in Truth or Consequences.
Today's intelligence: The culture warriers' quest for control of public schools reaches New Mexico.
This fall I witnessed some amazing features of the praying mantis. They do indeed eat the head of some off their mates. The female mates more than ones. One behavior I never witnessed before is that they puff themselves up when faced with a predator.
The City Commission is intent on pushing through the renovation of the armory building for PD headquarters for $4.5 million
Who knows if this project is a good idea or not. It's not being vetted in public, yet local taxes will pay for it.
Ingo Hoeppner is running for a city commissioner's seat in Truth or Consequences. Early voting starts today.
Today's intelligence: The redrawing of New Mexico's Congressional District 2 map is ruled lawful—for now.
Today's intelligence: confirmation of unexpectedly advanced age of human footprints discovered in New Mexico's White Sands National Park in 2021
Today's intelligence: an investigative report on the threat fracking poses to fragile acquifers in New Mexico and elsewhere
Six candidates are running for Truth or Consequences city commission and none stepped up to the plate to answer substantive questions.
The Hillsboro Historical Society is offering a presentation by Leah Tookey on this trail and period in our local history.
Today's intelligence: why Sierra and Grant Counties have yet to begin Black Fire repair projects