truth or consequences


V.25 No.21 | 5/26/2016
View of the Rio Grande from the Cielo pool
Robon Babb

Day Tripper

Floating en el Cielo

Truth or Consequences delivers serious relaxation

The town’s name was initially Hot Springs before it took the name of the popular NBC radio program “Truth or Consequences” in 1950 as part of a contest.
V.24 No.26 | 6/25/2015

news

The Daily Word in murder, women and small-town crimes.

The Daily Word

Who is Dylann Roof?

Dozens more women and children murdered by Boko Haram in Niger.

What does the beginning of Ramadan look like around the world?

Iranian women might be allowed to watch volleyball matches again!

11-year-old is youngest US Chess Master.

Move over Alexander Hamilton.

First rape clinic for men and boys opens in Sweden.

Espanola Valley Fiesta Queen’s crown stolen.

Despicable T or C officer shot a dog seven times.

V.22 No.3 |
"Bag 'em and spray 'em boys"
From the Sierra County Sentinel

culture

Sierra County varmint hunter

$3.00 per gopher tail

I love me a small-town newspaper. Truth Or Consequences has two, The Sierra County Sentinel and The Herald. The above item was in the January 18th edition of the Sentinel and has a marvelous last paragraph.

V.21 No.26 | 6/28/2012

news

The Daily Word in stalker apps, boos in Boston and impostor chiles

The Daily Word

Rupert Murdoch considers splitting News Corp. in two.

Studies funded by the Alzheimer’s Society find that dementia may be caused by a stressful lifestyle.

Facebook cancels its “Find Friends Nearby” app, also affectionately referred to as the “Stalker App.”

President Obama is booed in Boston after making a joke about the Red Sox’ recently departed third baseman Kevin Youkilis.

Rielle Hunter and John Edwards have broken up.

Travel site Orbitz will display more expensive hotels to Mac users than PC users searching the same site.

Bath salts? A Texas man attacks a dog and then proceeds to eat it after police say he took a synthetic drug.

A law that aims to stop impostor New Mexico chiles goes into effect on Sunday.

James Cameron plans to shoot Avatar 2, 3 and 4 starting this fall.

Consensus No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick Anthony Davis trademarks two phrases pertaining to his distinct unibrow.

A Jew-hating Elmo is booted out of Central Park.

Turkey vows to retaliate after Syria shoots down their fighter jet.

Subway construction in Greece leads to a discovery of an ancient Roman road.

Former Truth or Consequences police officer Noah Pestak might face a statutory rape charge after marrying a 15-year-old last month.

Happy Birthday, Mick Jones!

V.21 No.25 |

news

The Daily Word in Obamacare decision, cranberry blues, Lonesome George.

The Daily Word

Supreme Court has not yet given an answer on Obamacare.

Don't you just hate it when you accidentally leave your gun in the Presbyterian bathroom?

Wildfires in Colorado threaten popular tourist destinations.

Alex Trebek suffered a mild heart attack over the weekend.

'Partying teens' may be cause of bosque fire.

Haters gonna hate, Slater's gonna slate.

Cranberry growers worry about upcoming nutritional changes in schools.

Former Truth or Consequences police officer under investigation after marrying a pregnant 15-year-old.

New shoe-thievery trend involves stealing left and right display shoes from different stores.

Ah, the breastaurant boom.

RIP Lonesome George.

V.21 No.4 | 1/26/2012
Elizabeth W. Hughes

News

Steam me up, Scotty

Alibi travel writer Elizabeth W. Hughes drove around New Mexico to find hot soaks in the cold weather. This week’s column marks the second installation of her day-trip getaway spring and tub series: A steamy good time.

Get thee to warmth and relaxation.

Elizabeth W. Hughes

Get Out!

A Steamy Good Time

Seeking soothing soaks beyond the city limits, our travel writer scouted swanky spas across New Mexico.