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Rotary Club awards scholarships to 7 high-school students

The Rotary Club of Las Cruces has announced that seven local high-school students have received scholarships from the Rotary Club of Las Cruces Foundation with major assistance from the John and Eunice Davidson Fund.

Summer officially begins June 20 – what the summer solstice means

Arts & Entertainment
City Museum of Nature and Science to reopen in July
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science (MONAS), 411 N. Main St. Downtown, will reopen with in-person programming in July, the …
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Las Cruces’ Pepper Gallegos turns ‘hobby’ into career in movie industry
With a degree in accounting, Pepper J. Gallegos started doing makeup as a hobby – working on the recently deceased in funeral …
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Make Music Day is June 21 in Las Cruces
International Make Music Day is Monday, June 21, in Las Cruces. The City of Las Cruces-sponsored event brings together local …
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Submissions being accepted for state poetry anthology
The New Mexico Poet Laureate Program is currently accepting submissions for consideration for publication in the New Mexico Poetry …
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A brilliant star lights ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ as indoor, live theater returns to Black Box
As it turns out, there are a million and two brilliant things in Black Box Theatre’s current production of “Every …
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Local sports
Looking back on some Aggie greats who won rings as pros

Back when I was a kid, I remember my mother once asking: “Are the basketball playoffs still going on? Seems like they’ve been on TV for a couple of months now.”

Beyond the rules of the game to golf etiquette
It’s time to talk about golf etiquette. Etiquette is a nice word that translates as “stop doing stupid thigs to annoy others and make you look like a fool.”
Floros elected to serve as chair of WAC executive board New Mexico State University President John Floros has been elected to serve as chairman of the Executive Committee for the Western Athletic Conference.
Not having as much fun as you want playing golf? Here’s a few suggestions Play a round with a buddy using only one, two or at the most three clubs. Its’s fun. You’d be surprised how you can invent and create shots when you don’t have a full bag.
Business
Las Cruces company receives state start-up grant

EVUS Inc., a Las Cruces-based sustainable and green energy company, is among five New Mexico companies that have received $25,000 each in science and technology business start-up grants awarded by the New Mexico Economic Development Department.

Workforce development is a team sport for Dona Aña County
Long before Covid, Doña Ana County set out on a comprehensive workforce development effort to ensure our people had access to everything they’d need to be a part of amazing careers right here in our community.
A Bite of Belguim doesn’t waffle with triumphant re-opening “We brought the inside out,” A Bite of Belgium owner Jodie York said about their huge dining tent – it can seat up to 250 people – located behind the restaurant at 741 N. Alameda Blvd., No. 16.
Heath & Well Being
Jardin de los Niños has ribbon cutting on trauma care center

Jardin de los Niños CEO Michelle Adames, Ph.D., and her staff, volunteers, clients and supporters cut the ribbon May 21 as Jardin became the first trauma-informed care center in New Mexico endorsed by the New Mexico Association for Infant Mental Health (NMAIMH).

Panel brings together health experts to ‘pull in same direction’

Bringing together stakeholders in the mental and physical health industries, a panel held May 25 at the Electronic Caregiver offices featured individuals from area health industries and as far away as Austria.

Inside
News
NMSU educator makes first bid for office in council District 3 Becki Graham is making her first bid for elective office as she campaigns for the District 3 seat on the Las Cruces City Council.
Temple Beth-El has ‘Pastrami for Pops’ for Father’s Day Celebrate Father’s Day by picking up a pastrami on rye sandwich or hot dog meal in Temple Beth-El’s drive-up version of the Jewish Food and Folk Festival (JFFF) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 20, at 3980 Sonoma Springs Ave.
LCPS Board of Education accepting applications for District 2 board vacancy The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education has approved a plan to fill the school board seat representing District 2 that was vacated when board member Terrie Dallman resigned, LCPS said in a news release.
In the past
Covid-19 contributes to increase in city violent and property crimes The City of Las Cruces saw an increase in both violent crime and property crime in 2020 and in the first four months of 2021, Las Cruces Police Chief Miguel Dominguez told the Las Cruces City Council during a recent work session.
Third-graders take a trip to space(port) After spending a school quarter learning about science and space and participating in an art project with the Doña Ana Arts Council, two classes of third-grade students got to spend a day at Spaceport America in early June.
State announces $100 incentive for Covid-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots State announces $100 incentive for COVID-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots New Mexicans encouraged to sign up for vaccination through June 17
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