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LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University and its three community colleges will receive more than $1 million in state scholarship funds for teacher education scholarships, the New Mexico Higher … more
Residents of Dona Ana county came together Monday night on the Plaza de Las Cruces to join in solidarity with the City of El Paso after an act of terrorism Saturday morning at a Walmart in El Paso that has left 22 victims confirmed dead. more
LAS CRUCES - “We have to focus on our own house before we focus on anyone else’s,” Dolores Lucero said in a July 30 interview about her race for mayor of Las Cruces. The Las … more
LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces business owner Philip VanVeen is making his second bid for the District 2 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. Four years ago, VanVeen, 54, challenged incumbent Councilor … more
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima joined seven other mayors, most from cities in New Mexico, Arizona and Texas, for a meeting in El Paso July 11 on the crisis caused by the influx asylum seekers continuing to coming to the U.S. Mexican border and the impact it is having on Las Cruces, El Paso and other U.S. border cities. more
David Soules is one of two Las Crucens newly appointed to the New Mexico Game Commission. With more than “50 years of experience hiking, camping, canoeing, hunting and fishing on public lands and waters in southern New Mexico,” according to his vita, Soules was appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham in March to an at-large position on the commission representing conservation interests. Commission Vice Chair Roberta Salazar-Henry is also from Las Cruces. more
LAS CRUCES - “We evolved with the plant. We have the receptors for it,” New Mexico State University Doña Ana County (DAC) Cooperative Extension Service Ag Agent for agronomy and … more
LAS CRUCES - In recent months, our slogan, “A great place to live, a great place to give” has garnered a new meaning for many of our partner organizations. Since April, thousands of … more
LAS CRUCES - With the Church-Water two-way conversion project complete, the city Tax Increment Development District (TIDD) will move forward with four new downtown development projects this fiscal … more
LAS CRUCES - At the second of four community meetings held around the county, state Sen. Jeff Steinborn and state Rep. Nathan Small, both D-Doña Ana, talked about the 2019 legislative session … more
Las Cruces has seen an increase in violent crime this year, including five homicides in the month of June alone, Police Chief Patrick Gallagher told the city council at its Monday, July 22 work session. The chief said there have also been an increase in robberies, rapes and aggravated assaults in the city in 2019. He said the increases were due partly to more accuracy in reporting crimes and because violent crime showed a historic decrease in 2018. more
During the White Sands Missile Range change of command ceremony held July 17, outgoing commander Brigadier General Gregory J. Brady let slip WSMR will be the primary and alternate landing site for the first astronauts and spacecraft to connect with the International Space Station directly to and from U.S. soil since the end of the space shuttle program in 2011. more
“Las Cruces has enough going on that we need a full-time mayor,” City Councilor Greg Smith said about his decision to give up the council seat he has held for nearly eight years and run for mayor. Smith said residents he’s talked to since announcing last December that he would run for the higher office have also told him it’s time for a change in the mayor’s office. “He’s been there too long” is what Smith said citizens are telling him about incumbent Ken Miyagishima, who will complete 12 years as mayor in November. more
Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the man suspected of stealing tools and equipment from Cruces Auto in late June. more
SANTA FE  – Secretary Karen Trujillo was removed Monday from her role at the Public Education department. The Lujan Grisham administration has begun a nationwide search. Deputy Public … more
Las Cruces native Andrea Flores is not only a graduate of Harvard and of Columbia Law School (after graduating from Mayfield High School in 2006), she’s one of 10 young women authors who contributed to a New York Times best-selling nonfiction book for young adults called “Yes She Can: 10 Stories of Hope and Change from Young Female Staffers of the Obama White House.” Flores will be in Las Cruces for a talk and book signing at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at Barnes & Noble in Mesilla Valley Mall, 700 S. Telshor Blvd. more
LAS CRUCES - The Las Cruces City voted 4-3 not to change the name of Motel Boulevard to Pat Garrett Boulevard. The vote came after pointed discussion and public input at the council’s … more
~NEWLINE~ Picacho Coffee Roasters has opened for business at 200 West Conway Ave. in Mesilla Park. Owner Chad Morris pours a fresh drip-roast Saturday, June 22.~NEWLINE~BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE … more
By Mike Cook~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~Las Cruces Bulletin~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~LAS CRUCES - For the only full-time sex therapist in the Las Cruces area, it’s not only about helping patients deal with … more
By Mike Cook~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~Las Cruces Bulletin~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~LAS CRUCES - The City of Las Cruces continues to offer matching funds to downtown Las Cruces businesses that make infrastructure … more
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