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NMSU honors faculty for excellence in research, creativity at spring 2022 convocation

New Mexico State University faculty and staff on the Las Cruces campus came together to honor a group of colleagues for excellence in research and creativity at the university’s semester …

‘Optimist of the Decade’ Jack Barclay still going strong at 85

Arts & Entertainment
New Mexico Music Awards accepting 2022 nominations
Bulletin report   Nominations are now open for the 2022 New Mexico Music Awards (NMMA). The awards, based in …
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‘Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II’ exhibit opens at Branigan Cultural Center
An exhibit about the incarceration of Japanese Americans following the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor will open Saturday, Jan. …
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‘An important story that needs to be told’: ‘Radium Girls’ opens Jan. 28 at Black Box Theatre
Live theater returns to Black Box Theatre (BBT) Friday, Jan. 28 for a three-weekend run of “Radium Girls,” by D.W. …
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Art museum Zoom lecture to focus on renowned Tokyo photographer
The next Las Cruces Museum of Art’s next “Listen to Your Art” lecture will focus on the life and work of Japanese …
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‘Singin’ in the Rain’ opens this weekend at Rio Grande Theatre
Blank Conversations Theatre Company’s production of “Singin’ in the Rain” opens at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, at …
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Local sports
NM State women to host WAC newcomer Sam Houston

Opening Tip• On Thursday, the Aggies return to the home quarters of the Pan American Center where they are winners of their last two games as they play host to WAC newcomer Sam Houston.• In …

First-time trip to Huntsville as NM State men battles Sam Houston THE OPENING TIP• A road trip never before taken by the NM State men's basketball team is in store as the Aggies set out on a journey to east Texas for their next pair of WAC contests. The …
Aggies have been on a roll, but know they need to keep improving The New Mexico State University men’s basketball has been on a quite a roll, but players and coaches both know they can still improve and get even better. They also know they will have to as …
Looking back on the big golf stories of 2021 and ahead to what is in store in 2022 There were lots of big golf stories in the past year of 2021, and here are some of the biggest in snippet form. By far the one that stunned the golfing world was the single-car crash on a winding …
Business
City hosts workshop on hiring, recruitment during pandemic

The City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department (CLCEDD) will partner with the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) to co-host a free business workshop regarding creative …

USDA publishes New Mexico’s 2020 agriculture statistics; total value is nearly $3 billion The New Mexico Field Office of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), in cooperation with the New Mexico Department of Agriculture, has published …
Cold storage company plans $30 million facility at Las Cruces industrial park; A company that is planning to make New Mexico one of its first locations for a chain of specialized refrigerated warehouses has been awarded economic assistance from the New Mexico Local Economic …
Heath & Well Being
Doña Ana Community College expands nursing program to Sunland Park

Doña Ana Community College (DACC) will expand its nursing program to residents and students in southern Doña Ana County at the Sunland Park Center, 3365 McNutt Road in Sunland Park, …

NMSU center supports state’s behavioral health workforce

New Mexico State University’s Center of Innovation for Behavioral Health and Wellbeing (COI) aims to provide foundational support for New Mexico children and families as a recognized leader in …

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Special education ombudsman sought for Las Cruces, Gadsden, Hatch school districts New Mexico’s new ombudsman for special education is seeking volunteers in all 89 New Mexico school districts – including Las Cruces Public Schools, the Gadsden Independent School District …
Governor announces crime legislation for 2022 session Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was joined Jan. 13 by Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, Attorney General Hector Balderas, Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez and Albuquerque legislators as …
Las Cruces legislators support horse rescue fund State Rep. Nathan Small and state Sen. Carrie Hamblen, both Las Cruces Democrats, are among those providing financial support for homeless, abused horses. The groups Animal Protection New Mexico …
In the past
Storyteller, community activist celebrates 100th birthday Bulletin report Happy 100th birthday! Celebrating her 100th birthday, Florence Hamilton of Las Cruces received a glass sculpture from the Storytellers of Las Cruces (SLC), of which she is a …
Independent auditor says LCPD responding appropriately to complaints of police misconduct By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “Overall, the department is responding with appropriate practices and outcomes,” one of the principals of the company hired to provide an …
Las Cruces native helps keep Navy Strike Group afloat U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Marcus Herrera, right, a native of Las Cruces, and Aviation Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Gregory Lyall of Washougal, Washington drill out …
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