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By Tony A. Archuleta HERALD Reporter The Sierra County Commission last week gave a preliminary thumbs up to a proposal by Extension Agent Dee Wear to set up an AgriScience Center at the county fairgrounds. Wear, during Thursday’s, March 22, commission meeting, said funding for the $250,000 project would be provided by a private donor … Continue reading
HERALD Staff The HSHS Tiger Cheer Competition team traveled to Rio Rancho, N.M., on Thursday, March 22, to the three-day state event held at the Santa Ana Star Center, finishing their year with seventh place overall. Competition was tough for the Tiger squad, competing against primarily 4A and 5A schools in the Co-Ed Cheer category. … Continue reading
By Kori Mannon I’ve been a long distance runner almost as long as I can remember. I never considered myself any good at it, but always just felt like it was one of the things that centered me each day – a lot like a morning cup of coffee (although, as I have aged, I … Continue reading
By Kathleen Sloan HERALD Reporter The City of Truth or Consequences has contracted with the Sierra Animal Clinic & Shelter since 2006. At the Tuesday, March 13 meeting, city commissioners discussed a fee increase to that contract and decided not enough information was included. The clinic is being sold by Dr. Bill Cardwell to Dr. … Continue reading
By Tony A. Archuleta HERALD Reporter Following last year’s state tournament appearance, the Hot Springs varsity baseball team is off to a 3-3 start in 2012. The Tigers, led by third-year head coach Anthony Flores, opened the season at the Cobre invitational earlier this month, falling to Hope Christian 10-1, beating Hatch Valley 14-0 and … Continue reading