This family owned Inn has a 40 year history of great hospitality, with large, clean and comfortable rooms at reasonable prices.
Amenities include free local calls, orthopedic matresses, refrigerated A/C units, refrigerators, microwaves, DirecTV with Local Channels, TNT, ESPN, etc., modern bathrooms, and friendly service.
Located one mile north of downtown and the hot mineral springs, a mile south of IH-25 exit #79, this Truth or Consequences hotel sits on a hill with panoramic views of the mountains and desert.
Ambercare began in Belen, New Mexico and now stretches from northern New Mexico in Raton to southern New Mexico in Las Cruces and Deming. Ambercare services – Home Health Care, Hospice Care, Medical Equipment & Supply, and Personal Care Services – also extend to the Magdalena area and encompass Gallup and Grants.
The Merrells started this company with nothing more than a passion for helping fellow New Mexicans who desperately needed health care services not available in their area. Ambercare has grown to become an employee-owned entity with over 2200 employees who strive to provide the highest level of quality care for our patients.
Ambercare’s Mission—Through teamwork, communication and training, Ambercare will continue to provide the most compassionate care, meeting the highest standards of quality for individuals and their families in the comfort of their own homes.
Ambercare’s Vision—Ambercare will be a compelling place to work that provides the highest quality care to New Mexicans in the comfort of their homes.
Ambercare’s Values —Quality care, for both our employees and our consumers; Integrity; Teamwork; Innovation; and Community Stewardship.
Anton’s Marine is located in the heart of New Mexico in the City of Elephant Butte, just one and one-half miles north west of Elephant Butte Lake main launching ramp.
Anton’s Marine offers service on all American made marine engines, parts for those engines, boating accessories and storage for boats, jet skis and other recreational vehicles.
AppleTree Educational Center is a 5 STAR, nationally accredited, faith-based, non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing comprehensive family support services. Our mission is to meet the needs of the ‘whole child’ by providing high-quality and affordable programs for Sierra County families with children. AppleTree Educational Center offers early care and education to all children birth to five, in a center-based environment with small teacher-to-child ratios. AppleTree provides New Mexico PreK and afterschool care, comprehensive services that address health and wellness, community and economic development, recreation, and education.
Holistic Health Practitioner Massage Therapist
NM Lic# 5700.
Certified by NCBTMB since 1994.
Ask for me: Teina Barrett Wells at your favorite spa.
Full body Swedish Massage. Traditional Asian Bodywork. Asian Fusion, a blending of Eastern and Western techniques.
Related Modalities: Manual Lymph Drainage,
Myofascial Release, Cranial-Sacral Release, Deep Tissue,
Pre- & Post-Op Therapeutic Massage.
Energy, Shamanic and Intuitive Sessions Available.
*****When was the last time you treated yourself to a wonderful massage?*****
Bank of the Southwest evolved from the idea that community banks continue to thrive as a vital link in the economic well-being and prosperity of thousands of small and medium-sized towns, rural areas, and urban neighborhoods throughout America. Many community banks are becoming obsolete holdovers from a simpler time and incapable of competing in the complex, highly competitive, technology-intensive financial services marketplace that now exists. Bank of the Southwest’s goal is to secure a niche in the financial services market by focusing its efforts on outstanding customer service and servicing the financial needs of those often overlooked by the larger banks.
Bank of the Southwest opened its doors in Roswell on December 10, 1992. The Bank was originally chartered under the name of First Bank of Truth or Consequences. In March of 1993, the holding company purchased First Bank of Truth or Consequences and changed the name to Bank of the Southwest at Truth or Consequences. In August of 1993, the holding company purchased First Bank of Farmington and changed the name to Bank of the Southwest at Farmington . In 1994, the charter was moved from Bank of the Southwest at Truth or Consequences to Bank of the Southwest at Roswell .
The bank experienced very rapid growth during its first two years. The purchase of the two existing banks in Truth or Consequences and Farmington contributed approximately $70 million in deposits. The “De Novo” or start up bank in Roswell created another $30 million in deposit growth. We have a loyal customer base and have a commitment to providing strong personal service through a truly “community” bank. New branches were opened in Hatch in 1998, and Las Cruces in 1999. A new branch was opened in Bloomfield in 2007. We currently operate in eleven locations: the main office and two branches in Roswell, also branch offices in Truth or Consequences, Elephant Butte, Hatch, two branches in Farmington, Kirtland, Bloomfield and in Las Cruces.
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The Historic Black Range Lodge
Step into the old west when you enter the Lodge’s spacious lobby. The original brick construction dates back to the 1880s, when the Lodge housed miners and cavalry. Its massive stone walls and log-beamed ceilings were built during the 1930s.
Nestled in the foothills of the Gila National Forest, the Lodge offers easy access to its wild, natural beauty. From our door, a short walk in the clean air takes you along a creek, into the shade of tall Ponderosa pines. A short drive to Emory Pass takes you to a spectacular vista. Bring your mountain bike, and/or binoculars for bird watching.
Centrally located in southwestern New Mexico, Kingston is an easy day trip to Spaceport America, Elephant Butte and Caballo Lakes, the hot springs of Truth or Consequences, White Sands, Las Cruces and old Mesilla.
To the west, a spectacular drive through the Gila Wilderness takes you to the Gila Cliff Dwellings, the City of Rocks, Silver City, historic Pinos Altos, Faywood hot springs, Rockhound State Park, and Deming wineries.
Furnished for comfort, the Lodge invites you to relive Kingston’s wild and wooly past, with modern conveniences. All guest rooms and suites have private baths, thick towels and cozy comforters. We offer free wi-fi and free phone calls across the USA, plus an outdoor hot tub, a pool table, and massage and spa services.
A heart-healthy breakfast is included. Our guest houses are wheelchair friendly, and well-behaved dogs are welcome.
The BGCSC is a non-profit organization opened in 2008, 250 unduplicated youth 6th grade through 12th grade in the community. Years of research confirm that youth who participate in after school programs can reap a host of positive academic, social, prevention, and health benefits, such as: improved academic achievement, improved social and developmental outcomes, increased percentage of healthy lifestyles, and increased knowledge of nutrition and exercise. The research further shows that out-of-school time activities for youth have posi tive impacts on a range of prevention outcomes includ ing avoidance of drug and alcohol use, decreases in delinquency and violent behavior, increased knowledge of safe sex, avoidance of sexual activity, and reduction in juvenile crime.
WHAT WE OFFER
The Boys and Girls Club of Sierra County offers tutoring and homework help, academic enrichment, the arts, music, computer technology, as well as character development and leadership programs, college and career readiness, and recreational activities for youth members between the ages of 12 and 18, or 6th through 12th grade. Youth not in school and adult learner can access the computer lab and tutoring room during non-club hours. Service learning, on-the-job training, and internships are available.
HOURS OF OPERATION
When school is out, the Boys and Girls Club is in. During the school year we are open no less than 20 hours per week. Summer hours are no less than 30 hours per week.
Youth Programming: Monday through Friday, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Times are typically extended during summer months to 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Administrative: Monday through Thursday 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Fine Custom Cabinetry – Solid Wood Furniture – Granite Counter Tops
Cabinets & More builds first-class custom cabinetry designed to fit your space and style. Our cabinets are more than just storage. They’re an instant attraction for any room, tying the space together while setting it apart. Kitchens, media centers, baths, offices, bars—our designs make every room stand out.
Explore our site and image gallery to find a look you love. Then contact us to see how we can bring that same elegance and style to your home.
Our 128-site park has five levels and covers 33 acres! It features landscaped pull-thru & back-in sites. Average site sizes are 32 x 80′ (pull thru) and 40 x 60′ (back in). Our monthly Premium RV Sites include a concrete pad, awning and storage shed (10 x 12′ with a 4′ door).
Cedar Cove RV Park offers the cleanest guest services available, and we have received some of the highest ratings among RV Parks in Elephant Butte, on websites like Good Sam’s / Woodall’s and RVParkReviews.com, and in the pages of Trailer Life magazine.
Join us for an overnight visit, a fun weekend, a restful week’s vacation or a relaxing monthly stay! All of our sites provide plenty of room for your lake toys or 4-wheelers, with a comfortable distance between you and your neighbors.
Welcome! The Charles Motel & Hot Springs, open to the public daily for lodging and hot spring soaks, retains many historic characteristics that date back from the time the facility was built – the bathhouse layout is original, as is the funky vintage tile work – giving the Charles all the charm in the world.
The Charles is made up of two historical buildings. The Spa building, constructed in the late 1940s, and The Charles Apartments, built in the early ‘30s, sit side-by-side on Broadway, awaiting the arrival of guests who venture to the southwest for a relaxing getaway, or on a quest for healing, or even who “just had to stop in a town called Truth or Consequences.”
The real joy of the Charles Spa and Motel lies in the mineral-rich water that flows from the ground beneath the facility, arriving in the Charles’ baths at a piping 113.5 degrees fahrenheit. This incredible water has been used in healing for centuries.
The Charles Apartments are available for short and long-term stays, with rooms priced by the day or month. The amenities in the rooms include a sitting area, one or two beds, cable tv, and full bathrooms. Most rooms have a full kitchen; all have a refrigerator and microwave. Morning coffee and tea is available in the Lobby.
Overnight guests are allotted one mineral bath per person per day. Guests who stay for longer periods of time are encouraged to buy a bath card to keep on file for soaking as desired.