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Thanksgiving Feasts 2021

Thanksgiving is upon us – here’s where to find traditional and not-so traditional turkey feasts.

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Halloween Weekend in Spooky Sierra County

Wondering what to do if you’re in Sierra County for the Halloween weekend? Here are some ideas.

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New dinosaur species & genus found in Sierra County

The species name turneri is for Ted Turner, who owns the land where the fossil was found, and who granted access for the study.

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Visit Southern New Mexico, enter to win a Photo Contest!

Do you love taking photos? Do you live in Southern New Mexico or are you visiting before November 8? This post is for you!

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Sierra County is Tier Turquoise

Current Tier: Turquoise

New Mexico is currently operating under the “Red to Green Framework.” For the past several weeks Sierra County has been in the safest tier, aka “Turquoise.”

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Red to Green Framework – Yellow Level

New Mexico is currently operating under the “Red to Green Framework.”  (source: nmhealth.org) After a few relaxing weeks in the Turquoise tier, Sierra County was demoted two tiers, to Yellow, on April 21. Counties at the Yellow Level have either a new COVID-19 case incidence rate of no greater than 8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants […]

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Things Are Were (Will Be?) Looking Up!

March in Sierra County New Mexico: Spaceport Tours reopen, State Parks are open to all, a couple of events and planned, and we are cautiously optimistic!

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Events are Streaming & Restaurants are “Opener”

Pickamania weekend is September 11-13 and will be streamed on Facebook. And local restaurants are open-er.

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2020: The Long Strange Trip

One day we will gather, walk around freely (unmasked!), and maybe even hug again, and we’ll probably appreciate those activities so much more, having lived through this very strange 2020.

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Upcoming Events in Sierra County

A list of events in Sierra County New Mexico – live music, performance, annual events, weekly events (Spaceport America, yoga classes, etc).

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Film in Sierra County: Rod McCall‘s “Being Rose”

“Being Rose” was filmed in Truth or Consequences and the surrounding county. It stars Cybill Shepherd, Pam Grier, and James Brolin.

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39ish Things To Do While You’re Here

Consult our list of attractions and activities if you never want to run out of things to do in Truth or Consequences and Sierra County!

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One-of-a-Kind Gifts Available at Sierra County’s Shops & Holiday Events

Save some holiday shopping for these special events sponsored by Sierra County’s artists, crafters, business owners and organizations.

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A Glimpse into History: The Sierra County Advocate, 1907

News from another century: we enjoyed seeing a few pages from the Sierra County Advocate’s April 19, 1907 issue.

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Video: Armendaris & Ladder Ranch Tours

Ted Turner Enterprises’ ecotours in Sierra County take guests to areas of unspoiled beauty. This video offers a preview.

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November 19, 1983: “Stephen King Day” in T or C

Stephen King in Truth or Consequences? Yes, that happened, on November 19, 1983.

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Topless Pool & New BMX Bike Track in T or C

The City Pool uncovers in the hot springs district while a BMX bike track debuts on south Broadway.

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Sierra County Recreation and Tourism
301 S. Foch, Truth or Consequences NM
Director@SierraCountyNewMexico.info
575-894-1968

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