Today's intelligence: New Mexico adopts clean car standards to support the availability and use in the state of zero-emission vehicles.
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: Congressman Gabe Vasquez helps to secure federal funding for a renewable energy transmission project that will create jobs for southern New Mexicans.
A day of history, tours, and talks is scheduled for Saturday November 18th.
Today's intelligence: Having strayed from the range of the federal breeding program for endangered Mexican gray wolves and been captured last January, a lone female nicknamed Asha has once again headed north of I-40 in New Mexico since her re-release in July.
Dam Site Historic District is partnering with Kenny Rogers Photography to offer multi-day photo classes. Now you can combine your desire to improve your photography skills with a stay in the unique atmosphere and surroundings of Dam Site Historic District.
Ten years ago Truth or Consequences Mayor John Mulcahy, showing leadership and a green mindset that we could use more of, contacted Van Clothier of Stream Dynamics in Silver City to do a “storm water harvesting assessment.”
Free screening of the movie "Journey Down the Gila".
Damsite Historic District is holding a day of dam and town history that shouldn’t be missed. History buffs as well as those with just a casual interest will not be disappointed in the day’s offerings. And, it’s free, including the boat tours.
Truth or Consequences master storm water drainage plan attached here; public comments are due by Oct. 25
This is a call out to citizens to comment. The more eyes, the more likely a good drainage plan will be put into effect. Those with knowledge about "green infrastructure" that will store and use storm water to enhance plant life for health, well being and sustainability are especially needed.
Today's intelligence: An exploratory program to test the quality and extent of lithium reserves near Lordsburg, New Mexico, is in the permitting stage.
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.