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Ordinances, Golf Course Top City Meeting

With only statements of support offered during separate and formal public hearings, Truth or Consequences (T-or-C) City Commission members unanimously approved two proposed ordinance revisions during their February 14 regular meeting.
City attorney Jay Rubin introduced both ordinances, suggesting both were outdated and problematic. He went on to detail how language utilized in the present codes could impede enforcement efforts. Rubin further explained reasonings for the integration of current state statues to revise both sections of the code in question…

Big Man On Campus

One day shy of his first birthday, William Hernandez accompanied his father, trustee Guillermo (Spike) Hernandez, for a short visit to the Village of Williamsburg’s village hall February 8. At last report, William had just returned home on July 11, 2017, after being born premature and successfully emerging from months of intensive hospital care. Although he began life at a scant 1-pound 1-ounce, William has steadily improved and gained healthy weight. Following introductions to the board Thursday, he happily added a few more important calories by sharing a cupcake to celebrate his important milestone, as well as to recognize trustees William Frazier II and Mary Gagne, who also marked February birthdays last week.

Caballo Man Arrested
Police beat

Utilizing social media, police have once again nabbed an older man asking a younger girl for nude pictures.
The Sierra County Sheriff’s Department arrested Michael W. Johnson, 22, of Caballo, on February 12 at the Louis Armijo Park when he arrived to meet the 15-year old girl he had been messaging on social media.
Criminal charges against Johnson indicate that during conversations with whom he thought was a 15-year old girl, Johnson asked if she was confortable being with…

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