Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Governor okays new sources of funding and staff support for housing construction, infrastructure-building and community development projects.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national Reporting: public meeting on Spaceport America master plan announced for early next month in Truth or Consequences
PreReal Investments of Staten Island is buying and fixing up properties around Williamsburg, Truth or Consequences and Elephant Butte with help from a tax-deferment program little used in New Mexico.
This article is a little meditation beginning with my accumulation of plain stuff and leading to thoughts on ownership, economics, property rights, equality and inequality, and the revolutionary ideas that created this country.
In the State Engineer's Hearing on the transfer of water rights for use in operating Copper Flat Mine, lawyers representing local protestors filed their written arguments against the transfer.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Sunland Park, New Mexico, has become a mecca for cannabis-seeking Texans.
Today's intelligence from state and/or national reporting: Millions in federal funds lost to New Mexico community-based recreation projects because of inadequate state parks department staffing.
The TorC arts community — led by the Sierra County Arts Council — has a full schedule planned for early 2024.
Today's intelligence from state and national reporting: The New York Times sent a reporter to Sierra County to observe Virgin Galactic's sixth launch at Spaceport America last month. He came back with this full-blown assessment of the history and impact of New Mexico's massive investment in new aerospace industries. Even if you're sick of reading about VG and the Spaceport, the article's color photographs of Truth or Consequences are not to be missed.
A new study on the hot springs may be useful to the City of Truth or Consequences in its protest against the Riverbend Hot Springs application to appropriate 400 acre feet a year more of hot mineral water. Find the study attached to the article.
The Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project opens a fund-raising drive to support the Citizen.