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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Albuquerque and registered users can post new events.
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This link will take you to Albuquerque's official city website. There you can learn much more about the many attractions available to those who plan to visit Duke City.
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This link will take you to the Albuquerque convention and tourism bureau's website where you can learn all about the tricentennial celebration, the balloon festival and much more!
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This link will take you to the website of the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce where you can lean lots of interesting things about the attractions, culture and history of New Mexico's largest city.
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The Journal is the state's largest daily. It covers events throughout the state. Since it tries to cover the whole state, it's local news coverage suffers a bit. Still it has lots of fluffy info on Albuquerque. Read it. You'll see what we mean.
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The Tribune is Albuquerque's other daily paper and as #2, they try hard to focus on local news and events. Looking for the latest local news, events and opinions on Albuquerque? The Trib is the place you'll find that stuff.
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The state tourism department's pages offer a brief history of Albuquerque and solid information about local attractions as well. Among other things, Albuquerque is the closest city to Sandia Mountains ski area.
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New Mexico Magazine's Albuquerque guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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Albuquerque is home to several fine colleges and to the largest university in the state, UNM as well. This link takes you to the UNM site and helps you understand the role UNM plays in shaping the city it calls home.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Alamogordo events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
05-25-2008 09:51 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Almagordo and registered users can post new events.
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Alamogordo.com provides a vast array of information about their city and wil introduce you to the people and resources of Otero County. There's tons of useful information here about the city and surrounding area. The C of C site is a MUST visit place
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This is a site providing lots of local business information about the city including hotels, motels, B&Bs and may other local businesses. Lots of useful Alamogordo and is a good resource site. But the site is slow to load the day we visited.
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This takes you to the Alamogordo Daily News' web site. The Daily News is definitive source for all things local in Alamogordo and Otero County, New Mexico. Supplements include Land of Enchantment and White Sands Balloon International.
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This is the city's own website. It provides a lot of useful information about Alamogordo. But not much tourism information will be found here. Drop by you'll learn lots about the city here.
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The state tourism department's pages offer a brief history of Alamogordo and solid information about local attractions as well. Among other things, Alamogordo is the closest city to White Sands National Monument.
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New Mexico Magazine's Alamogordo guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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The mission of the Flickinger Center is to provide a facility that will stimulate the growth and education of the Arts throughout the entire community. It features dozens of Performing Arts Events the year and greatly improves the quality of life in
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NMSU Alamogordo is a branch of New Mexico State University which traces it's history back to 1888. Alamogordo campus opened in 1958 offering evening-only academic classes. The 13 building campus offers associate degree programs.
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At the northern end of the Chihuahuan Desert lies a mountain ringed valley called the Tularosa Basin. Rising from the heart of this basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico. This site focuses on tha
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Alto events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Alto and registered users can post new events.
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In 2005, a Steppin Out reporter attended the annual tour of artist studios known as Alto Artists tour. This link takes you to our gallery showing the art works of some of Alto's most creative folks. Enjoy!
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Jackie Spencer asked her architect to build a "little jewel of a theater." The 514-seat $24-million Spencer Theater is the result. It's been named one of the world's seven outstanding theaters. To learn about Alto's local gem, visit this link!
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New Mexico Wanderings provides a multi-page feature on beautiful Alto and the surrounding area. It includes photos of local resorts, mountain views, and the Spencer Performing Arts center and an pioneer's oral-history story recorded 70 years ago. Be
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Alto is a "superburb" of Ruidoso. We call it superburb because it sits uphill from that city. This link takes you to the NM Dept of Tourism site for Alto a beautiful art enclave set in the mountains. Good info on this site including local events.
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There just are not a lot of local websites with information about Alto. However, the Home Town Tour site provides lots of info about Alto and its many amenities without being just a tourist ads site. View the links here.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Artesia events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Artesia and registered users can post new events.
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Artesia is located halfway between Roswell and Carlsbad in southeastern New Mexico. The local C of C site is a great resource for information about the town, visitor and business info, etc. Visit them to learn more about Artesia.
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This site is maintained by the city of Artesia. It provides local contact info, plus interesting tidbits of local history and lots of details about the town's centennial celebration which is happening in 2006. Visit this site!
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As one of the state's few daily papers, the Daily Press has been part of Artesia for over 50 years. They try hard to cover their town with all the news fit for print. You'll learn lots about Artesia by visiting them. Don't hold that against 'em! :-)
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The NM Dept of Tourism's site provides lots of interesting history and details about Artesia. Did you know Artesia changed names twice? And of course it tells you about nearby tourist attractions too. These pages are always a great place to visit!
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New Mexico Magazine's Artesia guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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After you've visited the above sites, this one will likely tell you everything else you need to know before visiting Artesia. It's a complete compendium of hotel restaurant and business information covering just about every place in town! Visit them.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Belen events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Belen and registered users can post new events.
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The home site of the Belen Chamber provides community information & supports economic growth. The Chamber backs many community tourism & cultural events throughout the year. It has good info on Belen, hotels, jobs, eateries & more.
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Despite its population of over 7,000, Belen doesn't have its own paper. Instead, the twice weekly VC News-Bulletin covers Belen news. Fortunately, they do a good job of reporting on Belen. To learn about Belen, read the VCNB. It's a good paper!
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These pages provide a brief history of Belen and other basic information about the city including a list of nearby tourist attractions and accommodations. Good place to start learning about Belen and what's happening there.
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New Mexico Magazine's Belen guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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Page of basic information and links to more information on the city of Belen.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Capitan events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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07-30-2007 08:45 PM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Capitan and registered users can post new events.
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This page is the official web home of the village of Capitan, New Mexico. It offers info about Capitan and local tourist attractions. Visit this site for Capitan news too.
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This site provides additional information about Capitan and the surrounding area. It includes a map, a page of events, links to places to see and more information on Capitan and it's "patron saint", Smokey the Bear.
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Like many New Mexico villages, Capitan isn't large enough to have a local paper. But it does have an online paper that does a great job of covering both local and county events. Visit this site to catch up on all the news in the Capitan area.
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The state tourism site provides a brief writeup on Capitan plus an extensive list of local attractions. They include Lincoln National Forest and Smokey Bear State park. Visit this page. There's lots to see around Capitan.
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New Mexico Magazine's Capitan guide includes much info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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The Park was established to honor Capitan's favorite son Smokey, the bear cub that was found with burned paws after a 17,000 acre forest fire in 1950 near Capitan. After living in the National Zoo in Washington D.C. for 26 years, Smokey passed away a
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Located in South Central New Mexico, Lincoln National Forest is best known as the birthplace of Smokey Bear, the symbol of the campaign to prevent forest fires. The original bear is buried in Capitan, New Mexico.
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This page offers considerably more information about the Village of Capitan than the NM Dept of Tourism's site does. But it's still not enough. Visit Capitan to learn why!
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05-04-2007 09:59 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Carlsbad and registered users can post new events.
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This is Carlsbad's official web site. It includes lots of useful information on city history, things and sites to see, places to stay, and other local attractions. It's a must visit site if you're headed to Carlsbad.
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This site is the supported and maintained by the Lea County Chamber & provides much info about Carlsbad, Hobbs Lovington and area attractions... Chief among which is Carlsbad Caverns. They offer a great excuse to visit Carlsbad!
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In a state were twice-weekly papers are quite common, Carlsbad is fortunate to have the Current-Argus as their local daily. They do a good job of covering Carlsbad and Lea County. Look here for Carlsbad news & events! Recommended.
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The state tourism department's site provides historical nformation about Carlsbad as well as nearby attractions you may want to visit in addition to the Caverns. There are many attractions in the Carlsbad area. See for yourself...
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New Mexico Magazine's Carlsbad guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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This single page site provides links to realtors, banks, businesses and hotels in the Carlsbad area. A helpful resource. Drop by for a visit. You may find this site useful.
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Site is maintained by National Parks Service & provides info on the park and surrounding attractions. Visitors should note they avoid mentioning White City, the tourist trap on the highway just below the park. Caveat Emptor! Ripoffs abound.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Carrizozo events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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07-09-2007 10:12 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Carrizozo and registered users can post new events.
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Carrizozo is a place of once molten rock, beautiful mountain vistas, quaint antique shops & galleries. This is the Carrizozo Chamber's site providing info on town local history, attractions, events and businesses. Be sure to visit this site!
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Like many New Mexico villages, Carrizozo doesn't have a local paper. But Mountain Mail Country of Socorro does a great job covering northern Lincoln County and "Zozo" too. Their site shows they work hard on Lincoln County. Be sure to visit them.
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Another source of local reporting about the Carrizozo area news is the Topix web site which also provides coverage for other New Mexico villages and towns. It's a good source of information on what's happening in Carrizozo and Lincoln County
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The state tourism department's site provides historical nformation about Carrizozo as well as attractions you might want to visit nearby. There are more attractions in the area than you think...
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New Mexico Magazine's Carrizozo guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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This page provides additional information about Carrizozo including local realtors, area attractions, arial and normal maps, etc. It does NOT mention Valley of Fires National park which is just five miles outside of town.
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This is the unofficial site of the Valley of Fires National Monument. It provides stunning images of the unforgettable lava flow that covers the valley west of Carrizozo. It's also the home of "Beadazzling Quilts" a local fabric art shop. Visit them!
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Clovis events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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05-01-2007 11:42 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Clovis and registered users can post new events.
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This is the official site of the City of Clovis. It provides info about city government plus local news links. You'll find lots of helpful information about Clovis on this site. Make it your first stop for Clovis info.
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The Clovis Chamber is actively involved in promoting their town. Their site provides local history, visitors information and an extensive community calendar. It's a great site for local Clovis info. Be sure to visit them.
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Clovis is one New Mexico city that's lucky enough to have a local daily paper. The News-Journal does a great job of reporting news, events and happenings too. They even include a community calendar. Visit them!
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New Mexico Wanderings has an interesting article about Clovis and the surrounding area that goes back 100 years. Oddly nobody seems to know why the railroad town of Riley was renamed Colvis back in '07. Good story. Great photos. Enjoy!
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The state tourism department's site provides lots of useful information about Clovis history, city statistics, local tourism attractions and more. This site is worth a visit before you visit Clovis.
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New Mexico Magazine's Clovis guide includes much info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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The local community college is an important asset of this thriving city of 33,000. It offers a local source for continuing adult education and plays a key part in helping the city grow. All sorts of courses are available. Visit their site for details
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Deming events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Deming and registered users can post new events.
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The official Deming site features government, business and tourism info about this thriving southwestern New Mexico city. The site also provides history & info on Deming's Center for the Arts. Make it your first stop for Deming information.
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The Deming Chamber's site is the official source for info on doing business in the Deming area. The Chamber's site isn't as extensive as in other New Mexico cities. But it's closely tied to the City of Deming site which has lots of good local info.
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The Headlight is the daily newpaper of the town of Deming and the surrounding area. Its extensive online site features local news, community events, business, sports, opinions and more. It's the source for local Deming info. Great site.
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The state tourism department provides only a brief writeup on the city of Deming. But it does provide good information on local attractions and places to visit. Drop by for a brief intro to Deming and stuff to do around town.
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New Mexico Magazine's Deming guide includes much info & links you won't find elsewhere for places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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The SouthernNewMexico.com site does a great job of providing third party guides to communities like Deming. Their Deming guide focuses on local attractions and places to see. It's a great place to round out your Deming research.
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This excellent article about Deming was written and published by www.DesertUSA.com. It provides lots of info about Deming and a brief local history going back 1,200 years. Great read. Highly recommended.
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2005 Duck Race Winners The 26th Annual Great American Duck Race is over with over $2300 in prize money to winners from Las Cruces and Casa Grande, Arizona.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Farmington events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Farmington and registered users can post new events.
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Farmington's official site features government info plus history, local attractions, community events and more. It's a great place to discover Farmington and the Four-Corners country too. There's lots of useful info on this site. Highly recommended.
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The Convention & Visitors site offers lots of useful information about this beautiful northwestern New Mexico city including a local events calendar, area attractions, art and entertainment events, Indian Tribes and more. A great site to visit!
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The Chamber's site is filled with helpful info about their city. It includes a local FAQ, links and weather, an extensive events calendar (which also covers art events) and more. A good site to learn what's happening in Farmington.
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The Daily Times is the local paper for Farmington and the surrounding area. It includes news, features, sports, business, opinions, classifieds and more. Their online edition is a great source of local info. We recommend it.
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The state tourism department's site offers information about local attractions, arts and entertainment events, as well as a long list of places to see and visit in the Farmington area. Though other sites have similar info, this site is very helpful.
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New Mexico Magazine's Farmington guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site.
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Since it's founding in 1956, San Juan College has played a big part in the nrowth & education of folks in Northwest New Mexico. It's now a full-time institution offering 2 & 4 year programs plus vocational training. Visit their site for detai
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This amazing national monument features extensive ruins built by local Indians over 900 years ago. A trail winds through this huge site providing an intimate experience. Visit the site. Enuf said.
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Navajo Lake is New Mexico's 2nd largest lake and offers the full range of water sports & services. It also contains many fish species. It's a major attraction in the Farmington area. Visit this site for more.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Gallup events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Gallup and registered users can post new events.
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Site is hosted by Gallup Development Corp & features lots of local info plus lists of things to do, places to eat, visit and stay, an extensive events calendar, Native American info and more. It's the place to learn what's happening in Gallup!
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The Gallup Chamber's site provides info about doing business in the area. It also includes a brief local history and links to clubs and organizations; but no info on local events. Visit them for a quick look at Gallup.
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The Gallup Independent is the local news source for Gallup. Their online edition is a bit limited but does include local news, a story archive and classifieds. It has no events calendar. Good site to keep up with what's going on in Gallup.
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They say, Gallup is the epicenter of Native American history, art, culture, tradition and tourism in the southwest." The Gallup Tourism site is a great place to learn about all things Gallup!
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New Mexico Magazine's Gallup guide includes much info & links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site.
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This excellent article about Gallup was written and published by www.DesertUSA.com. It provides lots of info about Gallup and a brief local history going back 500 years. Fun read. Highly recommended.
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This tourism page offers info on lots of subjects related to Gallup including low-cost local hotels, restaurants, maps, and more. Good info for tourists or traveling visitors.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Glenwood events here.We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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This nicely done and informative site is owned and maintained by the Glenwood Gazette. We recommend it for a clear idea of what's happening in the Glenwood area.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Glenwood and registered users can post new events.
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Topix.net provides local news coverage for many small villages that do not have their own local paper. They do the same with Glenwood, but they cover it under the Silver City Topix site. Visit them to get the Glenwood news.
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New Mexico Wanderings has a great article about Glenwood and the surrounding area that goes back 120 years. It tells the tale of the Glenwood / Graham gold rush and Indian raids in the area too. Great read. Nice photos. Enjoy!
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New Mexico Magazine's Glenwood guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site.
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The main attractions around the village of Glenwood are outdoors. As the SouthernNewMexico.com site shows, Glenwood has interesting things to do and see outdoors. Visit them for details.
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Folks around Glenwood take fishing real seriously. They're even the home of the Glenwood Fishing Hatchery. Sometimes the hatchery holds fishing contests for Gila National Forest visitors. To learn about fishing around Glenwood, visit this page.
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A Dept of Fish & Wildlife article that discusses Glenwood's role in the Grey Wolf reintroduction program. Interesting information but no other Glenwood links are provided.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Grants events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Grants and registered users can post new events.
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Here you'll learn about one of New Mexico's favorite recreation areas. Drop in to explore the attractions around Grants including local events, Indian cultures, museums, ancient ruins, lava flows, towering mountains & more. Good site.
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The Beacon is the Grants area's twice-weekly paper. It includes sections for news, local events, features, sports, opinion, local links &more. It's a good source of info about the Grants area.
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The state tourism department's site offers information about local attractions, arts and entertainment events, as well as a list of places to see and visit in the Grants area. Though other sites have similar info, this site is always helpful.
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New Mexico Magazine's Grants guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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Bandera Crater offers an 800-foot volcanic cone, hiking trail along rim, 17-mile lava tube with ice cave. 25 miles southwest of Grants off N.M. 53. Visit the web site for details.
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Located near grants, this large park offers a glimpse at the geologically violent past of this area and the complex ecosystems that have evolved there. The monument is great day trip from Grants. Visit the site to learn more.
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The Mt. Taylor Ranger District is comprised of two mountain ranges, Mt. Taylor and the Zuni Mountains, totaling nearly 520,000 acres of National Forest land. Elevations range from 6,500 to 11,301 feet. Visit the NPS Mt Taylor site for details.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Hatch events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Hatch and registered users can post new events.
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This page provided by www.City-data.com includes lots of interesting facts and figures about the Hatch area.
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Hatch -- known as the "Chile Capital of the World" -- is in Dona Ana County, 30 minutes northwest of Las Cruces on IH-25. This page provided by the Hatch Chamber has good info about the festival and their village. Visit it for chile and Hatch info.
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With a population of just 1,700, Hatch is too small to have its own local paper. BUt the Topix.net online news site for Hatch does a good job of covering topics of interest to those in Hatch and Doña Ana county. Read it for local news.
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New Mexico Wanderings has a great article about Hatch and the surrounding area that goes back over 100 years and even tells about a 19th century robbery and lynching involving Hatch. Great read. Good photos. Enjoy!
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Hatch is known as the Chile Capital of the world. It sits in the Rio Grande valley, 30 miles northwest of Las Cruces. The town is the heart of New Mexico's chile-belt" where 30,000 acres of chiles are grown each year.
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This very interesting article published by www.SouthernNewMexico.com covers the events surrounding Hatch's Annual Chile Festival. It's a fun read and provides good info about Hatch too. Enjoy!
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This www.SouthernNewMexico.com article eplains the history behind how Hatch came to claim this titles. Interesting story. Read it to learn more about Hatch.
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This excellent article about the Chili Festival Hatch was written and published by www.DesertUSA.com. It provides lots of info about Hatch and the festival. Fun read. Highly recommended.
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State Park City of Rocks State Park was established in May 1952. The park encompasses a single square mile of the dessert near Hatch. It is an amazing geological monument where sculpted rocks seem to suggest a city once stood. Visit the site for deta
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Hobbs events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Hobbs and registered users can post new events.
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The City of Hobbs site provides info about city government and services. It includes no local history and though it has an events calendar, it is mostly unused. It doesn't mention tourism or any local attractions; but drop by. Things could change.
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Site provides lots of useful Hobbs info including an events calendar, PSA's, business links (includes galleries theaters & museums), news, sports, employment, classifieds & more. No history or attractions yet. Drop in. Good local info.
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The Chamber's site provides a great local news and events section, a helpful section of local links plus links to local businesses; but there's no visitors section or local attractions yet. Drop in. It's a helpful site and it may grow.
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The News-Sun is Hobbs' local daily paper. In addition to news, sports, features & classifieds, it's site covers tourism, local attractions & a hs great events calendar too. Visit their excellent site for Hobbs news, events & much more.
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One big Hobbs asset is College of the Southwest a 4 year school with bachelors & masters programs in arts & sciences. CSW also has an arts program that has a big impact on Hobbs. For what's coming up, see their great events calendar.
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The Lea County Events center hosts a wide range of events in Hobbs including everything from weddings, proms banquets and dances to graduations, indoor soccer and rodeo events too. LCEC also has a great upcoming events calendar visitors will enjoy.
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Hobbs is one of the few New Mexico citist to have two colleges in town. NMJC is a 2 year school that offers training in everything from Adult Education for GEDs & ESL to Waste Control. It also hosts the Cowboy Hall of Fame & a small Business
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The state department of tourism site provides a short writeup on Hobbs which is known as the state's oil capital, is popular among hang gliders, and features many rodeo events. There are also other attractions listed. Drop in for more Hobbs links.
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New Mexico Magazine's Hobbs guide includes info & links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the area including web links & phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Great site!
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In the past century Hobbs' history has been closely tied to oil. In fact, one might say the town grew up knee deep in the stuff. This interesting article tells the story of how Hobbs became addicted to Texas Tea. Good read. Helpful local history.
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This excellent SouthernNewMexico.com article sheds much light on what it's like to live in towns like Hobbs or Lovington. Kudos to the writer and the publisher. Great tale told from a very personal perspective! Read it. You'll be glad you did.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Isleta events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Isleta and registered users can post new events.
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At age 700+ Iselta is one of New Mexico's longest surviving Native communities. The site is hosted by them & tells their long proud story well. It's a great site with art, music, entertainment and much more. We highly recommend their site!
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Isleta Casino & Resort is owned and operated by the Pueblo of Isleta. It's located 13 miles south of Albuquerque, at exit 215. It features a 100,000 square foot casino with 1,700 slots & 30 table games. Great entertainment too!
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Isleta community news is published in the Pueblo's monthly newspaper. Although they have no web site yet, publisher Ulysses Abeita can be reached by phone or by email. Click the link for details. Both display ads and classifieds are accepted.
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This interesting short video program shows a 360 degree view of the church exterior and the adobe buildings that surround the church plaza. Not as good as being there. But perhaps the next best thing!
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The state department of tourism site has a short writeup on Isleta that includes a brief history, place to go, things to see and stuff to do. Drop in to learn a bit more about Isleta.
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Isleta Pueblo is located in the Río Grande Valley, 13 miles south of Albuquerque and minutes away from I-25 at Exit 215. Isleta is home to many interesting native-owned shops and businesses -- the largest of which is Isleta Casino & Resort.
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This Desert USA aritcle provides a brief overiew of the New Mexico and Arizona Pueblo Cultures and a list of the Pueblos and their languages and links to articles about Pueblo history. Very helpful background info. Highly recommended.
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Site reflects the work of Native artist Levi Jiron from Isleta Pueblo. It includes both sculpture and paintings the artist creates in a style that reflects the influence of the Pueblo artisans but is still uniquely his own. Attractive work. We recomm
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This gallery page features a selection of the fetish art of Andrew and Roberta Abeita of Isleta. Their art is carved in a style that reflects Pueblo life but is still uniquely their own. It is featured at Penfield Gallery in Albuquerque.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Las Cruces events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Las Cruces and registered users can post new events.
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The City of Las Cruces site has info on city government and services plus an events calendar, a guide to museums and art resources, and more. Good site to find out what's happenin' in Cruces. Recommended!
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This link takes you to the Las Cruces convention and tourism visitors site where you'll find tons of info on all kinds of events, attractions, galleries, lodging, dining, shopping, recreation and more. Excellent info. Good links. Great site.
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The Las Cruces Chamber's site is mostly about doing business in Cruces. There's event and recreation info, a few community links and a local business directory; but not lots of info about Cruces. Newcomers may like the Visitors Bureau site best.
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Sun-News is the Cruces' daily paper. It's site looks like other NM papers owned by the same media giant. This site is better 'cause they're bigger. Solid news, sports, opinion, ads and archive. Limited events and history coverage. Best local news.
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NMSU has been part of Las Cruces since 1889. Today with 20,000 students, staff and faculty, NMSU is bigger than most NM cities. Yet, its site has no events or activity calendar and little arts. But they've sure got sports. Gotta love them Aggies! :)
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What NMSU's main site lacks in support of arts, theater and entertainment, this site more than makes up for. NMSU's Redtt helps NM cities, towns and villages feature their local attractions. Excellent site. Great links. Our highest recommendation!
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The state department of tourism site has a short writeup on Las Cruces that includes a brief history, place to go, things to see and stuff to do. Drop in to learn a bit more about Las Cruces.
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New Mexico Mag's Las Cruces attractions list has lots of info you may not find elsewhere on places to visit and things to do in the area including links and locations for museums, outdoor recreation, sports and more. No article; but a great list.
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SouthernNewMexico.com also has no article about Las Cruces in their archives. But they do have a great list of attractions and things to do in the area year 'round. The list covers nearly two dozen things to do, see or enjoy in the area. Read it.
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As with other New Mexico tourism-related publications, Desert USA features no specific article about Las Cruces. But a DesertUSA keyword search found 36 articles on many topics where Las Cruces is mentioned. Great place to do more Cruces research...
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Las Vegas events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Las Vegas and registered users can post new events.
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The Chamber has a great resource here for all those in and around this area. If your planning a visit to or interested in relocating to this area, check out this site.
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Great site to visit for info. on anything ART in the Las Vegas area. From theatre to exhibits you can learn about it here.
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Visit this site and see what the city of Las Vegas is all about. Here you can find info. on everything from historical sites to schools and churches.
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Home of the Cowboys, located in Las Vegas, this college offers graduate and undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, education, and social work.
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This museum documents the development of Las Vegas from its beginning along the Santa Fé Trail to a dynamic mercantile center, the arrival of the railroad, local lifestyles of the late 19th century, and more. See here for more info.
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Pecos preserves 12,000 years of history including the ancient pueblo of Pecos, Santa Fe Trail sites, and much more. Visit this site to learn more.
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Nestled in the Sangre de Christo Mountains along the Rio Pueblo, Sipapu is surrounded by the Pecos Wilderness and the Carson National Forest. Enter here for more info.
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Situated on a high plateau where the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains and the Chihuahuan desert come together, Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for a diversity of plant and animal life. This site can give you more info.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Lincoln events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Casa de Patron is a great place to stay in Lincoln. If you're headed in that direction, we recommend it. Billy the Kid slept there and rumor says he still drops in during off season to visit.
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This page provides excellent information about upcoming events in the outlying areas of Lincoln county. We highly recommend it as an excellent source of info about what's happening in Lincoln and the surrounding area.
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For the kid lovers in all of us, here's a link to the web's most authoritative site about Billy the Kid. The site includes all things billy and is very definitely worth a visit and an hour of your time.
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Many places in New Mexico have lived as many historical lives as a cat. Fort Stanton is among them. It has remained in constant operation despite numerous changes in use for 151 years. Visit it's website to learn why.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Lincoln and registered users can post new events.
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Some history on Lincoln and a link to the nearby Ruidoso Vally Chamber of Commerce.
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Lincoln State Monument, a National Historic Landmark, preserves eleven historic adobe and stone buildings. Find admission fees and hours here.
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This encyclopedia site is pretty neat for history information on the "town" of Lincoln.
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Some good pictures and historical information. However, no extra links.
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Desertusa.com has fun facts on Billy the Kid and links to more fun facts about Lincoln.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Lordsburg events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Lordsburg and registered users can post new events.
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This site is quite basic, it has some info and contact info. for Lordsburg, but not many links.
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The City of Lordsburg web site. But feel free to stop at the City Hall at 206 Main St. or give them a call at (505)542-3421 with any questions you may have.
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Local news stories for Hidalgo County and Lordsburg. Not many links.
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This site has a complete history of the area known as Shakespeare. It also has contact info. and reenactment times.
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This ghost town mining camp is a rockhounder's paradise. Visit this site to learn more.
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Visit this site for interesting facts and good pictures on the railroad/mining camp of Steins.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Los Alamos events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Los Alamos and registered users can post new events.
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Find links to anyone in Los Alamos that is on the web. here.
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The Visitors Bureau site has info. on recreation, lodging,events,restaurants, real estate, and more.
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This small branch of UNM is known for its small class sizes, and its location is not that bad either. Visit this site to learn more.
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The online news source for Los Alamos. Classified ads, news stories, weather, etc... is here to keep you informed on such things Los Alamos.
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If you are interested in visiting this area, you definetly want ot take in some of the sites in this area. Visit this site for info. on tours, hunting, fishing, and camping.
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This area is quite breathe-taking. To learn more about these Pueblo ruins, click here.
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Visit here to see about some of the art in Los Alamos.
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Here you will find info. on upcoming events, tickets, and even auditions.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Los Lunas events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Los Luna and registered users can post new events.
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Here you can find the directory for the members of the chamber in the Los Lunas and Bosque Farm areas.
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For business info, community links, special events and city offices, this is the site to see.
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For the latest Los Lunas and vicinity community news and events, visit this website.
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Come here to find out about what is offered at this branch of University of New Mexico.
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This page gives a good look into the history of the Luna Mansion and the Los Lunas area. Some interesting info., check it out.
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For history buffs, this is a find! This piece of rock has lots of people guessing...check out this site to learn more about the Commandment Stone in Los Lunas.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Madrid events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Madrid and registered users can post new events.
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Ghosttowns.com is a great site with pictures and history/stories of NM ghost towns. Visit this link for info. on Madrid.
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The Old Coal Mine Museum is a "junkyard" collection of mining and railroad relics. Visit this page for a little info. on the museum.
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To find info. on recreation times, and history about the area of Madrid, visit this link.
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Find the links to and contact info for the art dealers and galleries of Madrid here, also for museums, lodging, dining.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Magdalena events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Magdalena and registered users can post new events.
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The Magdalena Chamber's site is a guide to fun around town. There's event and recreation info, good community links and lots of attractions info too. A very useful resource for all things Magdalena.
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The state department of tourism site has a short writeup on Magdalena that includes a brief history, place to go, things to see and stuff to do. Drop in to learn a bit more about Magdalena.
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This link lists the main attractions in Magdalena and their contact information.
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This website has a few interesting stories about Magdalena with a link or two to surrounding attractions. Visit here for some fun facts.
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The Cibola National Forest is home to many creatures, some of them human, and this site describes some of those. There is also a link to the Langmuir Laboratory which is situated in the Water Canyon area.
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Magdalena may not have much in the way of entertainment, but what it does have is fantastic! Check out this link for info. about the LFT and its plays.
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This link has a list of some area attractions. Good for ideas on places to go. However, there are no links or contact info.
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Come visit the gallery without actually getting in your car and driving to Magdalena. Pictures of art work and other things available including pottery and jewelry are there for your previewing pleasure.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Mountainair events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
by nroath
07-16-2007 10:35 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Mountainair and registered users can post new events.
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The Art Center promotes history and art in the Mountainair area. Good site for current Mountainair arts event information.
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Mountainair's Chamber of Commerce actively supports and promotes the arts in their town. For information on upcoming events backed by the chamber, be sure to visit their site!
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This cooperative arts center features the best of Mountainair arts at affordable prices. To learn all about arts in the Mountainair area, this is a must-visit site.
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A visit to this national monument will give you a glimpse into the remains of an austere yet beautiful reminder of the earliest contact between Pueblo Indians and Spanish Colonials. Check out the site for more info.
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This site will give you articles and links on surrounding Mountainair area attractions including the Monzano Mtns., Abo, and the Salt Missions Scenic trail.
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One of many galleries in the up and coming new art world of Mountainair. This one is unique in that there is an actual tree in the middle of the gallery. Check out the site for pictures and more info.
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This site hosts some links for tours and year round activities in Mountainair. "The heart of the arts"-formerly the Torrance County Arts Council, is a short stop to the many artistic endeavors in this area.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Pietown events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
by pengwen
03-22-2006 09:41 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Pietown and registered users can post new events.
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See some beautiful pictures and learn more about the "city" on the great divide.
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Stop in and view some of the beautiful creations of the Shepherd Studios.
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The Pietown leg of the VLBA. Also where parts of the movie "Contact' was filmed. Check out this site for more info.
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Learn more about Datil, Pietown, and Quemado here.
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A visit to this site will make you hungry for some of that world famous tasting pie.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Ramah events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Ramah and registered users can post new events.
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El Malpais means "the badlands". This volcanic area holds many surprises. Volcanos, lava flows, cinder cones, pressure ridges and complex lava tubes dominate the landscape -- much of which is barely 10,000 years old... Come prepared to hike!
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Many who passed this way left their mark at El Morro... New Mexico's famous graffiti rock with 400 year-old messages. There's even a note from Juan de Onate in 1605. Years before the Pilgrims landed Spaniards were already leaving graffiti here!
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www.Avant-Gardening.com is the home of one of New Mexico's best high-desert gardening research centers. They host low-cost seminars & classes to teach others how to grow herbs, veggies, etc. in desert climate. Drop in, you'll learn lots!
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Visit the Ice Cave and Bandera Volcano, "Land of Fire and Ice." on the continental divide. Great day trip for those who don't mind walking to see one of nature's wonders... Walking inside a young volcano whose lava tubes are coated with ice awaits!
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Sittin in old Ramah (where is a local secret) is the Ramah Museum. Lots of relics of local history can be found there. Hours are Fridays 1-4 p.m. Call Paul at 505-783-4677 for details and directions. The museum director is age 87. Please be patient!
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Ramah is in "checkerboard" country where alternating land sections are either owned by Indians or non-Indians. So No set of links for Ramah would be complete without including the local Navajo Chapter site. Click here to visit them.
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No Gallup/Grants/Ramah area visit is complete without a day trip out to Candy Kitchen Ranch and its unique Wolf Sancutary near Ramah. This site also offers tourism info for the Ramah area.
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This very interesting page is part of the Ice Caves site (www.icecaves.com). It includes and describes lots of places to visit along Highway 53 around Ramah
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This page occurs on the "Pet"roglyphs site -- web home to a nice bunch of folks who advocate on behalf of pets and animals. Read what they say about Candy Kitchen Ranch (a.k.a. Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary) then visit their home page at: www.petroglyph
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Raton events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
by nroath
06-05-2007 09:12 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Raton and registered users can post new events.
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Visit the chamber website for any info. on Raton-for visitors and locals.
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Find Raton community and Colfax County business and government links here. There is also a calendar of events and lots of visitor info.
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The Raton/Colfax County area online newspaper.
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Find info. and events for the Shuler Theatre and The Old Pass Gallery here.
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The Historic Shuler Theater in downtown Raton, is a state landmark, click here to learn more.
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This scenic trail goes through the top half of nm, but basically begins in Raton. Check out this site to see its route and the many things that are available to see and do along the way.
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Come check out displays and collections depicting the mines, the railroad, and the social progress of the city of Raton.
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Capulin Volcano National Monument is one of the few places where one can safely explore the crater and rim of an extinct volcano, Located 30 miles east of Raton this is a great sight to see. Visit this site for more info.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Reserve events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of Reserve and registered users can post new events.
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Find a few links for community events and businesses in the Reserve area here.
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Good history on Reserve and area. Check out why they say "almost the Frontier."
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Rio Rancho events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Rio Rancho and registered users can post new events.
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The Convention & Tourism Bureau's site provides information for visitors about places to see, play, stay, eat and shop in one of the fastest growing cities in America. It's a must visit site for information on what's happening in Rio Rancho
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Site providesinformation of businesses and events in Rio Rancho. The mission of the Chamber is to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Rio Rancho area so that its citizens in all areas of its business community shall prosper.
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Lots of useful links, everything from city government, to local business. Find it here!
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The Rio Rancho Observer is the city's twice weekly newspaper. For up-to-date information on what's happening in Rio Rancho right now. This is the site to visit.
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Find links to sites about a few of Rio Rancho's annual events here.
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There are some beauties here. Over 70 cars, some of which competed in The Great American Race. A must see for auto fans.
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This seems to be a new idea in Rio Rancho, but there is information on some local artists and a great pull for joining this new association.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Roswell events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Roswell and registered users (and aliens) can post new events.
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Find all city/local government information here. There is some recreational links but not many.
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Some good information about the city and some of its events, but no links.
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Roswell's Newspaper. Find headlines, classifieds, and local community events on this website.
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Visit this site to check out what kind of show is going on right now at the Museum, the Planetarium, or the Educational Art Center.
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This page will give you links to the universities found in Roswell. Those include: UNM, ENMU, and NM Military Institute.
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This link is to the museums' page on the "Roswell Incident." However, you'll find other far out there info. on this website.
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This article will give you some uselful information about the city of Roswell, however, there are only links to the Chambers from here.
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The home of the historical heritage of NMMI and the Corps of Cadets. Displays center around Corps life and military conflicts in which alumni have served. Check out this site for more info.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Ruidoso events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Ruidoso and registered users can post new events.
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The authoritative web site covering all things involving entertainment and play in Lincoln County. Site features links to the websites of many of the fine artists, artisans and craftmen who call Lincoln County home.
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Ruidoso is the largest community in Lincoln County and serves as the regional economic hub. The Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of the business community, dedicated to its mission of fostering development, growth and prosperity
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The Ruidoso Area online newspaper. Great source for local news, weather, and sports.
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Find all the info. you need to register or consiter a change to this school in Ruidoso.
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Visit this site to learn more about or plan a trip to the premier Multicultural Historic Site Situated in the Sacramento Mountains of South Central New Mexico.
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Visit this site to see some of the beautiful art work offered or to plan a stay at one of the gorgeous guest houses.
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This showa a map of the Byway which begins in Ruidoso. This would be a great place to plan day trips once in the area.
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This resort and casino is located in the mountains of Mescalero, just outside of Ruidoso.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for San Antonio events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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11-09-2007 09:54 AM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the village of San Antonio and registered users can post new events.
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One of the best burgers in the world! This is a great stop on your way to the Bosque or heading to/from Socorro.
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A bird lovers paradise, and a great getaway for city folk. Check out this website for more info.
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A brief history of San Antonio, NM -- NOT San Antonio, Texas.
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This Seattle Times website link has a good story about the Trinity Site and links to other related articles.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Santa Fe events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Santa Fe and registered users can post new events.
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The City of Santa Fe site has info on city government and services plus an events calendar, a guide to museums and art resources, and more.
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Great site! Find everything about Santa Fe here. Museums, accomadations, where to go, what to do, and when to do it.
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There is visitor and business information and directories, also local articles and calendar here. Nice site.
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An online only newspaper. Visit here to find local news stories.
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Everything you'd expect from on online newspaper. Classifieds, top local stories, links to area attractions, etc.
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This will link you to all the area universities and their contact information. Also, it gives you each schools rates and other useful info. Great for researching schools.
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Great start to researching a trip to Santa Fe, has links to all area attractions; museums, performing arts, lodging, casinos and more.
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Lists all galleries in Santa Fe and their info. by genre or you can search the site.
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This site is great for finding whats happening in Santa Fe. It also links you to other useful visitor and local info.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Silver City events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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09-27-2007 08:24 AM Go to last post
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Lots of business and community info. for Silver City and Grant County here.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Silver City and registered users can post new events.
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Silver City is a vibrant community in Grant County, New Mexico, nestled alongside more than 3 million acres of the Gila Wilderness with historic ties to mining, ranching and agriculture.
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Silver City's online newspaper, the place to look for local news, classifieds, etc.
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Visit this site to learn more about what programs and things are offered at WNMU in Silver City.
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The Mimbres Region Arts Council (MRAC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the cultural life of southwestern New Mexico by providing quality programs that nurture and inspire a love and understanding of the arts.
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The Silver City Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse cultural heritage of southwestern New Mexico by collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting the region's uniqu
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Take a glimpse of the homes and lives of the people of the Mogollon culture who lived in the Gila Wilderness from the 1280s through the early 1300s.
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Find out more about the most relaxing place you can go here.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Socorro events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Socorro and registered users can post new events.
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The City of Socorro's site is interesting with lots of good info and links to area attractions which include New Mexico Tech, NRAO, the Very Large Array, Trinity Site, Bosque Del Apache & much more. Great site. Good links. Highly recommended.
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The Socorro Chamber's site has lots of useful info on what to see and do and where to stay when you're in the area. The Chamber features art by a different artist each month in their office. Excellent attractions & history sections. Great site!
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This link will take you to a website dedicated to all things Socorro created and supported by Southwest Direct Connect a local ISP.
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The Chieftain is Socorro's oldest paper. Their Internet edition includes news, links and stories about what's happening in Socorro and Socorro County. It lacks photos; but has events, attractions, classifeds and opinion sections. Good local news.
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The Mountain Mail reports the latest Socorro-area news and uses lots of color too. It has sections on sports, opinion, arts and entertainment, community news, NM Tech, Magdalena, Catron County and more. Great site. Highly recommended.
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Among other things, Socorro is the home of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. This link takes you to Tech's site. Their "About" page links to a page offering more info about Socorro, Tech's home town. Great site. Good info.
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Residents love Socorro for its quality of life, its community pride and spirit, low crime rate and low cost of living. The state Department of Tourism's page offers basic Socorro info and area attractions. It's worth a visit.
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This page provides an excellent set of links on Socorro history and area attractions. It may be the best collection of Socorro links on the web. Highly recommended.
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This page is a great intro to the city of Socorro and what makes it unique. It includes history, attractions and places to see in Socorro and Socorro County, things to do, lodging info and more. A must visit page on Socorro. Highly recommended.
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No Socorro links list is complete without a link to Tech's Performing Arts Series and Macey Center. They provide arts and culture cities 10 times Socorro's size can envy. PAS is a key contributor to Socorro's quality of life. Drop in to see why!
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New Mexico Magazine doesn't have much to say about Socorro. But it provides a great collection of area attractions, things to see, and places to go. Great info on the many attractions of Socorro and Socorro County. Recommended.
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Socorro is home to many talented artists and artisans. Among the best known are Sharon Fullingim, Natasha Isenhour, Sharon Leard and Margie Lucena who display their art at FIL Gallery. This online gallery features their art. Nice site. 'Enuf said...
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Georgette Grey is one of Socorro's many fine artists. Her remarkable and lovely water colors are displayed in several galleries, on this site and on her personal art site, www.vertuarts.com. Visit Georgette. You'll love her work!
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Socorro County Arts is a group of artists who work together to promote the arts and artists in the county. Their site features lists of 32 local artists, plus galleries, sponsors and upcoming events. It's a great place to learn about local artists.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Taos events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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01-01-2006 03:23 PM Go to last post
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the city of Taos and registered users can post new events.
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Lots of useful links to area attractions, businesses, and happenings. The calendar of events is also very nice.
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The Town of Taos website has info. on its city government and also services such as job listings and links to city related sites.
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This site is kind of like a second chamber site, or a visitors site. It has lots of links to area attractions, galleries, but it also has local news and the like.
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Find informatino on this branch of UNM here. There is also a link to the school library and to the Campus Voice, the school newspaper.
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Local news, weather, sports, etc. not too many lical area links.
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A great listing and links to area galleries, art dealers and museums.
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Find ride times and trip planning information here about this awesome train; the Cumbres and Toltec.
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Lots of useful links to area attractions such as galleries, museums, and out door attractions.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for T or C events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Truth or Consequences and registered users can post new events.
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Site has info on city services, local boards and some businesses. It offers no local history, but has good lists of events, attractions, things to see and do, plus a list of social and service groups and clubs. It's a helpful site. We recommend it.
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Site has tons of useful info including community events, artists and galleries, workshops and classes, social services, accommodations & facilities, religious groups, financial services, thrift shops and more. Great site packed with good info.
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The Chamber's site has lots of info on T or C but parts are outdated. It names chamber members, has a visitors guide, lists events and attractions, museums and state parks. It also has a photo tour, hot springs info and more. Worth a visit.
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The Herald is T or C's weekly paper. Site uses PDF images of the paper's pages. So pages load slow. But its news is current and that's what counts! Sections for News, classifieds, sports, Sierra County & Obits. T or C's local news source.
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The areas online newspaper. News and area links, such as Elephant Butte merchants and some local business. Not many art links.
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T or C is one of the southwest's best kept secrets with mild weather, low housing and living costs, and plenty of nearby attractions, it's a great place to work live and play. This page provides a good overview of T or C.
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This excellent article about T or C was written and published by www.DesertUSA.com. It provides lots of local info, local history, attractions events,. Great read. Highly recommended.
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Good short article about T or C and how it got it's latest name. There's not a lot of other new information in this article. But the history of its name changes is interesting. Drop in for a minute or two to learn about this interesting tale.
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New Mexico Magazine's T or C guide has no article but lots links you won't find elsewhere about places to visit & things to do in the T or C area including phone #'s for museums, outdoor recreation, sports events & more. Very useful info.
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Although many folks may not know it, T or C has an active arts community and is proud of their local creative artists too. This site features links to local artists, galleries and arts event info too. It's worth a visit!
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Grapes is one of several fine galleries in T or C. Their site includes the works of 15 local artists, a great map of the T or C arts district, and very useful links too. Drop in to learn more about T or C art and artists.
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Rio Bravo Gallery is one of several fine art galleries in T or C. Their site features a collection of the works of their featured artists and lots of links to other galleries and art destinations in T or C and Sierra County. Drop in to browse!
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Bradley Gallery is the place in T or C to find emerging and established photographers and sculptors. They cater to collectors, designers and individuals looking for the unique piece to suit their environment. Nice site. Great images!
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Jazz Inn is the home of Nicholas & Sophia Peron, former owners of the legendary Jazz Inn in Albuquerque, where many jazz artists stayed & played. Featuring Nicholas Peron's art and the Jazz Intitute too. A truly unique art site!
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Tucumcari events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Tucumcari and registered users can post new events.
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This chamber site has a few decent links, but it is mostly made up of good informatin on the Tucumcari-Quay County area.
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This site is mostly dedicated to the City of Tucumcari. i.e., it has city related info.
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Mesa Technical College does not actually have a website, but you can find contact information on this page.
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This newspaper for the Tucumcari area has news, weather, sports, etc., and links to other close area newspapers.
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Find more info. on the museum and its hours and fees here.
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Conchas Lake State Park offers a wide variety of water sport activities including boating, fishing and water-skiing at this refreshing, 25-mile long reservoir. Find more info. here.
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Post news items, reports & reviews for Tularosa events here. We do not 'fact-check' these posts. But they ARE held & reviewed before they will display. Check your post. Make sure it's right. Include a phone #. Except for titles, you can edit your post for 8 days.
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Here you can view the calendar of upcoming or past events for the town of Tularosa and registered users can post new events.
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City Guide for Tularosa, New Mexico. Find local hotels, realtors, job openings, restaurants and businesses in Tularosa. Find local weather, city information, yellow pages, and other info for Tularosa.
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Tularosa does infact have a chamber, however, they are not (as of yet) online. There is contact info. listed here.
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This site is dedicated to the vineyards. You can find info. here on wine to buy, or where they are located and tours that are available.
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Find directions to, contact info. for, and a brief description of the Petroglyph site.
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There is not much information here, just contact info. and a calendar of events.
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