Erosion Control Project Begins
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Last week, contractors began working on a major project to shore up the banks of Sierra County’s Cuchillo Negro Creek. This effort was first deemed to be a necessity in 2018, when county flood manager Travis Atwell told county commissioners erosion along the creek was threatening the stabili…

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For 74 years, Bullocks grocery has been at the center of the Sierra County community. Droppi…

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As with other restaurants around Sierra County and communities throughout the nation, T-or-C…

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Due to the Coronavirus, area local governments prearranged a food distribution system for th…

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UPDATED 9:24 am, 3/23/20

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Covid 19 Closures

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The Department of Education has announced that ALL New Mexico schools will be closed for 3 w…

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By Leona Wagner Sierra Vista Hospital

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NM youth have the chance to apply by March 22 to join the New Mexico Department of Game and …

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The Truth or Consequences Municipal School District is developing a Community School model, …

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Despite having previously been passed up on being invited to compete in the New Mexico Scien…

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Wednesday evening, March 4, concerned parties at the Cedar Cove RV Park alerted the Sierra C…

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Getting Tiger boys’ basketball Head Coach Derek Bean to talk wasn't easy. Yes, he is pretty …