An outsider looks at revenge, punishment, and retaliation in the three holy texts of the Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – in order to understand what is happening in Gaza today. Shaped as a Christian sermon and so addressed to the faithful, the study comes in three parts.
Interested in the natural world of the Gila? Local experts and lovers of the area share their thoughts, observations, research, and insights about the natural history of the Black Range of SW New Mexico and the adjacent areas in this insightful journal.
The Sierra County Arts Council announces their upcoming schedules for Art Talks and Music Mix
So often we head from one year into the next with vague notions of things we should work on changing. Perhaps this year, pause, and then dive into 2024 with strong convictions for change
The commission passed two ordinances. County manager Vaughn provided a midyear budget report. The county approved a $100,000 grant to assist with housing transition and approved purchase of an armored vehicle for the sheriff. There was no report from the Flood Commission.
The TorC arts community — led by the Sierra County Arts Council — has a full schedule planned for early 2024.
Rates are going up, with still no word on whether the city is going to sell the electric facility to Sierra Electric Cooperative.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: The terms of the re-release into the New Mexico wild of the wandering female Mexican gray wolf nicknamed Asha may be determined by a court case in Arizona.
Governor’s gun order is the reason county commissioners give themselves permission to ignore state laws
Sierra County commissioners yesterday unanimously approved a measure to disregard New Mexico laws, mandates or orders they believe to be unconstitutional.
The city commission evidently thinks we are too stupid to understand capital projects and procurement procedures so they don't bother to explain them. An uninformed electorate dooms democracy and invites autocracy or kleptocracy.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Feral cattle in the Gila Wilderness have been given a reprieve from culling by the U.S. Forest Service.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national news: State-of-the-art new residences open at the New Mexico State Veterans' Home in Truth or Consequences.