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Halloween in Sierra County

Halloween Parties, More Halloween Parties, and Final Harvest

Halloween is happening in Sierra County!

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Sidekixx Restaurant and Bar

So Much Sierra County News

A little update about some of the new developments — all good! — in Sierra County.

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snow in Kingston NM 2021 February

February Snow in Kingston

Thanks to Skip “The Barber“ Bennett for these beautiful photos, all shot near Kingston, of the Black Range Mountains after the big snow of Valentine’s Day 2021.

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Sierra County Advocate 1907

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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chicken enchiladas at the arrey cafe

Country Dining in Sierra County

Sierra County has some charming restaurants that are off the beaten path. Enjoy a scenic drive to these dining spots in Hillsboro, Chloride and Arrey.

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Geronimo Springs Museum entrance Truth or Consequences New Mexico

Museums & Organizations Preserve the History of Sierra County New Mexico

Two historical societies, some fabulous museums (Geronimo! Pioneer Store!) and the Kingston Spit and Whittle Club keep history alive in Sierra County.

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the Darlands sell more than balsamic vinegar

Organic Balsamic Vinegar, Made Right Here in Sierra County!

Did you know that Monticello New Mexico, located in the northwest quadrant of Sierra County, is where some of the best organic balsamic vinegar on the planet is made? It’s true! The Darland Company LLC makes America’s only traditional-style, organic, aged balsamic vinegar. The Wall Street Journal featured a story about the company and their […]

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Frank Winston Carriage House

The Frank Winston Carriage House in Winston

If you’re in Winston, check out the old carriage house. We are pretty sure you’ve never seen anything quite like it.

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