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Heated Exchange Between Commissioner, Sign Removal Activist

By Tony A. Archuleta, HERALD Reporter A longstanding feud between Truth or Consequences signremoval activist Ron Fenn and County Commissioner Bobby Allen spilled over to the county commission meeting on Thursday, Jan. 12. During public comment, Fenn started out by saying his efforts under the flagship of De-Sign for a Better Community, LLC, benefit Truth or Consequences and, as such, Sierra County. The Herald … Continue reading

Fundraising Effort For Arrey’s Burnette

On Dec. 24, J.R. Burnette, a 13-year-old from Arrey, was diagnosed with bone cancer. The community would like to get the word out on upcoming fundraising efforts. Sierra County 4-H will host a benefit enchilada dinner for Burnett on Friday, Jan. 20, 5-8 p.m., at the Sierra County Events Center. The dinner will cost $7 per plate. Burnette is a student/athlete at Truth or Consequences Middle School … Continue reading

Mrs. TorC Erica Baker Prepares for 2012 Mrs. NM Pageant on Feb. 4

Sponsorships still available By Carlos Padilla, HERALD Editor Mrs. Truth or Consequences – America 2012 Erica Baker will head to Albuquerque on Saturday, Feb. 4, to compete in the 36th Annual Mrs. New Mexico Pageant. Mrs. Baker, an offi cer with the Truth or Consequences Police Department, has secured the support of several organizations, businesses … Continue reading

Sanchez Fired as Lady Tigers Basketball Coach, TCMS Teacher

State Public Education Department Credentialing Cited by Superintendent By Tony A. Archuleta HERALD Reporter At The Herald’s request, Truth or Consequences Municipal School District Superintendent Tom Burris confirmed a widely circulating report Monday evening, Jan. 9, that Hot Springs varsity girls basketball head coach Walt Sanchez has been dismissed as both Lady Tigers coach and special education teacher at TorC Middle School. Burris said he gave Sanchez … Continue reading

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