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LAS CRUCES >> Southern New Mexico's growing reputation as a mecca for the arts and arts aficionados gets a boost from the annual Las Cruces Arts Fair, which organizers have called an "important signature fine arts event in the Southwest."
Robin Zielinski Sun-News A tractor-trailer travels along Airport Road in Santa Teresa on Wednesday.
A sign pointing the way to nearby Tierra Blanca Ranch, which occupies a 30,000-acre area surrounded by the Gila National Forest in rural Sierra County south of Hillsboro.
The mother of a 3-year-old Santa Fe child who was beaten to death pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the child's death Wednesday.
A new television series set against the backdrop of the U.S. government's top-secret effort to develop the world's first atomic bomb will begin production in New Mexico later this month, state officials announced Wednesday.
A man who lost his New Mexico teacher's license after allegations of improper contact with female students is the center of a lawsuit that also names the Santa Fe and Espanola school districts, as well as school officials in both districts.
A new television drama about the mission to build the world's first atomic bomb will start filming in New Mexico later this month.
Mike Puelle, director of public policy and government relations at the Associated General Contractors - New Mexico Building Branch, will discuss how the recently concluded Legislative session will affect his industry at a March 13 meeting.
The historic Hassayampa Inn in downtown Prescott - where George W. Bush , Joan Rivers , Alec Baldwin , Will Rogers and other famous travelers have stayed over the years - has been sold to its general manager in a deal that closed Monday.
Signe Lindell says that as a new freshman councilor representing Santa Fe's northwestern District 1, she's going to get right down to work.
All three candidates for mayor participated in Santa Fe's first test of publicly funded campaigns for the top job, but the one who emerged the victor was also the only candidate with big-money backing from political action committees.