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.
Two men who believe Jews rule the world, Holocaust, 9-11 were hoaxes and, in a perfect Catholic state, gays would be put to death, help to oust school board veteran
Mary’s Little Remnant, a renegade Roman Catholic cult with two main leaders and a handful of followers, had an outsized influence in the recent Truth or Consequences school board race, helping to defeat a former teacher who supports LBGTQ rights.
Today's intelligence:: Community members step forward to defend Dr. Barbara Pearlman, who is running for re-election this fall to a seat on the board of education of the Truth or Consequences Municipal Schools, from defamatory distortions of her educational principles published in the opinion pages of the Sierra County Sentinel.
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.
Today's intelligence: New Mexico will create a new center to capture National Clean Investment Fund monies to boost energy efficiency statewide. Plus: NM CD2 representative Gabe Vasquez hosts listening session on border crossing conditions.
The Sierra County Public-Interest Journalism Project opens a fund-raising drive to support the Citizen.
Today's intelligence: The culture warriers' quest for control of public schools reaches New Mexico.
Today's intelligence: How will New Mexicans be hurt if the federal government goes dark at one minute past midnight tonight?
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The recent trash clean-up event was a great success and just one of a number of projects on the docket for MainStreet Truth or Consequences.
Today's intelligence: Will financial losses lead to the closure of Deming, New Mexico's 142-year-old newspaper? Plus: The out-of-court settlement of a wrongful death suit brought against Judge Shannon Murdock and the 7th Judicial District Court (which serves Sierra County).
New signage has been going up in the Dam Site area to help visitors and locals better navigate the area.