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ACTion Program for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces is holding its much-anticipated, once-a-year, free July adoption special, APA said in a news release. more
There are a handful of vitally important conditions to know about to keep your dogs safe in our desert wilds, climates and on our burning hot streets. more
The Fourth of July, and the days and nights surrounding the holiday when fireworks are lighting up the night sky, can be a stressful time for dogs, cats and livestock. more
Questions to be placed on the Nov. 8 general election ballot asking City of Las Cruces voters to approve $23 million in general obligation (GO) bonds likely will include $10 million to replace Fire Station No. 9 in northeast Las Cruces, $6 million for continued East Mesa Recreation Complex development and more. more
The City of Las Cruces’ Telshor Facility Fund (TFF) has allocated millions of dollars to benefit local nonprofits, help with the community’s emergency response to Covid-19 and provide humanitarian assistance to asylum seekers who were brought to Las Cruces in 2019. more
The Las Cruces City Council has approved plans to renovate one of the city’s oldest public structures. The Pioneer Women’s Park gazebo at 500 W. Las Cruces Ave. more
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant (ret.) Daniel Muñoz will be the grand marshal of the City of Las Cruces 2022 Electric Light Parade, which will be Sunday, July 3. more
The City’s Redistricting Ad Hoc Committee continues to seek public input from Las Cruces residents regarding proposed conceptual maps that remain under consideration for redistricting of the six City Council districts. more
This summer, the return to an in-person NM PREP Academy gave middle and high school students the opportunity to explore the fields of engineering and introductory engineering concepts through real-world projects at New Mexico State University. more
As the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at New Mexico State University celebrated 20 years of service to students of migrant farmworker families, the program is being recognized with a nearly $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Migrant Education to fund the program through 2027. more
After 25 years serving his tribal government in administrative jobs as a member of the Blackfeet Nation, Don Pepion was recruited to head New Mexico State University’s American Indian Program. Now after 22 years serving NMSU, including initiating Native American studies at the university, the anthropology professor is retiring June 30. more
Multiple public land-user groups gathered Saturday, June 18 to clean up areas with a high amount of illegal dumping and off-highway vehicle (OHV) use. Staff and volunteers from the New Mexico … more
Doña Ana Community College is accepting applications for a new year-long program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. more
As the new treasurer-manager of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID), Dr. Patrick Sullivan is taking a reflective approach as he works with the EBID Board to position the district to meet … more
Fireworks sales began June 20 in New Mexico, so the Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is reminding consumers of general guidelines and safety tips for the upcoming Independence Day … more
Rocketeers with the University of Calgary’s Student Organization for Aerospace Research (SOAR) join 13 other Canadian teams, part of 149 rocketry teams representing 22 countries, at the Las … more
The Las Cruces Police Department graduated 28 cadets from its 51st academy June 17 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. Of the 28 cadets expected to graduate, 26 will become officer-trainees with … more
Organ Mountain High School (OMHS) Assistant Principal Jamie Baker, Ph.D., and her staff wanted to do something that would have a positive impact on students at the school and honor the late Las … more
On Saturday June 4, 2022, Every Body Rides with Grace (EBRWG), together with Velo Cruces, held its first Every Body Rides with Grace Adaptive Cycle Parade. Participants of all ages and abilities … more
Hakes Brothers, a regional homebuilder headquartered in Las Cruces, has made a $6,000 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region of Las Cruces to support the nonprofit’s Mudd for … more
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