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Truth or Consequences is a spa city and the county seat of Sierra County, New
Mexico, United States. In 2012, the population was 6,411. It is commonly
known within New Mexico as T or C.
Originally named Hot Springs, the city changed its name to Truth or
Consequences, the title of a popular NBC radio program. In 1950, Ralph Edwards,
the host of the radio quiz show Truth or Consequences, announced that he would
air the program from the first town that renamed itself after the show. Hot
Springs won the honor. Edwards visited the town during the first weekend of May
for the next fifty years. This event was called "Fiesta" and included a beauty
contest, a parade, and a stage show. The city still celebrates Fiesta each year
on the first weekend of May. The parade generally features area celebrities such
as the Hatch Chile Queen. Fiesta also features a dance in Ralph Edwards Park.
The city is a popular tourist destination for New Mexicans, who come to soak in
the hot springs or to visit nearby Elephant Butte Lake. It is also a common
retirement location, partly due to low house prices (median $75,000) and a mild
climate. Outdoor sports such as golf, hiking and fishing are popular.[citation
The city is served by the Truth or Consequences Municipal Airport, Interstate
25, I-25 Business, New Mexico State Road 51 (NM 51), NM 181 and NM 187
Truth or Consequences, a photographic portrait of the town, was published in
2001 by British photographer Nick Waplington.
The city is home to the Geronimo Springs Museum and the Hamilton Military Museum
(opened November 2009), which is part of Veterans Memorial Park.
The New Mexico State Veterans' Hospital, originally built as Carrie Tingley
Hospital for Crippled Children in 1937, is also located in Truth or
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