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John and Judy Miller

Snow Trax | Ski Pioneers John and Judy Miller

New Mexico’s ski realm has lost two of its finest. Just four days apart, after 65 years of marriage, John…
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Toas Ski Valley one of new mexico's ski areas during new years eve

Special Ski Events Beckon | Snow Trax

After a teaser start — good pre-season snow then a dry, warm period — winter does seem to have arrived…
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SKI RESORT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 2022-23 | SNOW TRAX

In the previous Snow Trax column, I reviewed off-season projects and new programs launched at the regional ski areas. Here’s more…
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A skier samples the terrific early season fluff at Wolf Creek in the first week of November 2022. Photo by Scott Smith, courtesy Wolf Creek Ski Area.

Snow Trax | What’s New and What’s Open for 2022 – 23

Winter is BAAAACK, and so am I with another season-long round of reports on the regional snowsports scene: events, places,…
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recycled santa fe festival

RECYCLE SANTA FE ART FESTIVAL CELEBRATES ITS 23RD YEAR

We all try our best to reduce, reuse, and recycle on a daily basis, but artists seem to know how…
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Fort Stanton

Fort Stanton: Humble Fort with an Illustrious Past

Following the Mexican-American War in 1846, Anglo and Hispanic settlers began streaming into the region, establishing villages in valleys formed…
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Mannekins wearing doeskin dresses and a crown dancers regalia.

Brief History of the Mescalero Apache

The ancestors of the people we know today as the Mescalero Apache migrated from Canada, arriving in the Southwest 800…
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5K Ruidoso Turkey Trot

Lace up your best running shoes and gear up for the 5K Ruidoso Turkey Trot Saturday, November 26, to support…
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Midtown Halloween Trick or Treat and Pumpkin Roll

Ruidoso Parks and Recreation, Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce, and Ruidoso Midtown Association present Halloween in Ruidoso!  Grab the whole…
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