Algernon D'Ammassa, TheDailyTimes

Algernon D'Ammassa


Deming, NM, United States

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Recent articles by Algernon:

New Mexico extends indoor mask mandate through Nov. 12 as COVID-19 cases plateau

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham extended a masking mandate for indoor public spaces through at least Nov. 12. → Read More

Who will be New Mexico's next governor? Early candidate field takes shape

Republicans are raising money and lining up to challenge first-term Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham, and Libertarians hint they may run, too. → Read More

Professor who bucked virus rules is fired

NMSU educator opposed vaccine, mask mandates, posted video of hearing → Read More

New Mexico State University professor who bucked COVID-19 vaccine, mask mandates reportedly fired

Professor David Clements had been on administrative leave for refusing to take a COVID-19 vaccine, get tested weekly or wear a mask on campus. → Read More

Las Cruces settles 'rough ride' lawsuit against police for $180,000

Warren McCowan said his arresting officer deliberately injured him by driving recklessly to the police station during 2015 arrest. → Read More

Virgin Galactic may fly after FAA closes investigation into July mishap with few details disclosed

The month-long investigation concluded with little information disclosed about root causes of the trajectory change on the July 11 space flight. → Read More

New Mexico COVID-19 hospitalizations at a six-week low while pressure continues

New Mexico was down to 10 available ICU beds statewide earlier this week, despite reaching a 6-week low in admissions for COVID-19. → Read More

Here are the counties in New Mexico where toxic ivermectin exposure has been reported

New Mexico provided more details about a jump in reports of toxic exposures to ivermectin as a non-approved treatment for COVID-19 this summer. → Read More

Doña Ana County Clerk begins testing and certifying voting machines ahead of Nov. 2 elections

Observers from the Democratic and Republican parties were present for the beginning of certification of machines for Nov. 2 local elections. → Read More

'A serious issue': New Mexico health officials suspect two people dead from ivermectin poisoning

New Mexico acting State Health Secretary said "we need to watch" the use of ivermectin in the state after two suspected death from it. → Read More

'Bony Buddha:' Skeletal statues crop up near a two-lane highway in southern New Mexico

Deming artist Sean Blaine is installing striking public art on open range in southern New Mexico. → Read More

New Mexico health department issues COVID-19 vaccine booster guidance

Following action by the FDA and CDC, New Mexico's health department issued recommendations on third doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

At least 180 residents in southern Doña Ana County had water shut off in September. Here's why.

A water utility serving small communities in Doña Ana County can now shut off water service to customers who owe county sewer fees. → Read More

New Mexico governor authorizes more emergency flood aid to Doña Ana County

The governor has authorized up to $1.5 million in federal money for recovery from August floods. → Read More

'Incredible discoveries': Oldest known human footprints discovered at White Sands National Park

A potentially groundbreaking discovery in New Mexico suggests human beings populated North America thousands of years earlier than previously thought. → Read More

New Mexico reaches 70% adult vaccination against COVID-19; 2 die of ivermectin poisoning

Vaccination uptake has increased recently as the COVID-19 delta wave falls hardest on the unvaccinated. → Read More

Facing termination, New Mexico professor who defied COVID-19 mandates mobilizes online followers

Clements, who bucked mask and vaccine mandates, reports he is facing termination and complaints before the state Supreme Court disciplinary board. → Read More

'I lost everything': Deported Army veteran from Las Cruces petitions for return home

A veteran of the Iraq War deported to Mexico in 2016 has petitioned for naturalization based on his military service to the U.S. → Read More

New Mexico lawmakers sue Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham over federal COVID-19 relief money

The senators are asking the state Supreme Court to block the governor from spending American Rescue Plan funds without legislative approval. → Read More

'Drought makes me a better manager.' Despite rains, New Mexico cattle ranching hit by dry spell

Most of New Mexico is under moderate to extreme drought conditions. A Doña Ana County cattle rancher views it as part of a natural cycle. → Read More