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From Southern New Mexico north, there are plenty of places to hit the slopes this winter. While Las Cruces may not be a skiing mecca, the slopes of the nation’s southernmost mountain nearing 12,000 feet in elevation — Sierra Blanca Peak near Ruidoso — lie just over two hours away, where the excellent Ski Apache resort awaits. Of course, the ski areas of Central and Northern New Mexico have several destinations for those seeking to quench their on-snow thirsts. However, … Read More
New Mexico is a land of wide open spaces and we’re lucky many of them have been preserved in national parks, national monuments and national preserves. Below is a list of the federally preserved lands in New Mexico (not including BLM lands) and what you can expect to find at all of them. New Mexico National Monuments: 1. Aztec Ruins National Monument Aztec, NM Pueblo people describe this site as part of their ancestral migrations. Today you can follow their age-old … Read More
If you’ve got a voice that can hit all the right notes in our challenging national anthem, the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe wants to hear it! They are holding virtual auditions for someone to sing at the 97th Annual Burning of Zozobra on September 3, 2021. And according to Zozobra National Anthem Chair Adan Gallegos, there’s a new twist to the selection of a Zozobra musician for 2021! “People come to Santa Fe from all over to witness the … Read More