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.
Black Range Museum open house is this coming weekend.
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.
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.
Voting has started in the local elections, and for some reason, sex seems to be on some people's minds when they think of schools. But when you decide who to vote for in the School Board election, there is good reason why you should not be thinking about sex.
The Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project opens a fund-raising drive to support the Citizen.
Today's intelligence: confirmation of unexpectedly advanced age of human footprints discovered in New Mexico's White Sands National Park in 2021
The Hillsboro Historical Society is offering a presentation by Leah Tookey on this trail and period in our local history.
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Today's intelligence: "Marty," New Mexico's sole known moose, is again on the loose.
For your weekend viewing pleasure, we offer this Searchlight New Mexico photo essay documenting people and places along the 470-mile stretch of the Rio Grande in New Mexico.