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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. more
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. more
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. more
State announces $100 incentive for COVID-19 vaccination boosters or J&J shots New Mexicans encouraged to sign up for vaccination through June 17 more
Doña Ana County (population: 218,836; 16+ population: 171,823) June 14: 25,004 cases (3 days: 30 new); 488 deaths; 24,238 recovered; 330,979 tests more
White Sands Missile Range took a break from its busy schedule of testing new capabilities and spearheading Army modernization efforts and threw a quick party. more
With the National Weather Service forecasting near triple-digit temperatures for Las Cruces through Tuesday, June 22, 2021, the City of Las Cruces has extended the availability of designated facilities as cooling stations until at least that date. more
With the National Weather Service forecasting near triple-digit temperatures for Las Cruces through Tuesday, June 15, 2021, the City of Las Cruces has activated the below facilities as cooling stations. more
The Las Cruces Police Department reminds motorists that high temperatures – daytime and evening temperatures – can cause death or serious injury to children and pets left in an enclosed vehicle. more
The New Mexico History Museum is pleased to announce that the renowned Native American Artisan Portal Program will reopen on Friday, June 11. The program has been closed since March 12, 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The Rio Grande Citizens Forum (RGCF) of the U.S. Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC) will discuss the history of the Convention of 1906, 2021 Rio Grande water allocations, and an update on the completion of the levee rehabilitation project in the Upper Valley of El Paso, and future levee work. more
New Mexico (population: 2.11 million; 16+ population eligible to receive vaccination: 1,680,605) more
In partnership with chef John Hartley and the New Mexico State University School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM), NMSU professor of fungal plant pathology Soum Sanogo, Ph.D., and students in his fungal biology course held the 2021 NMSU Mushroom Cooking Demonstration event. more
William Beerman has announced his candidacy for representing District 6 on the Las Cruces City Council. Incumbent Yvonne Flores has previously announced she will seek a second four-term. The election is Tuesday, Nov. 2. more
“We definitely took lemons and made lemonade out of them,” Acton Academy Mesilla Valley (AAMV) founder Anna Biad said about the school’s annual Las Cruces Children’s Business Fair, which continues through June 17 at www.kidsbusinessmarket.org. more
Consumer spending in Las Cruces is now higher than it was before the pandemic, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, El Paso Branch, Senior Vice President in Charge and Senior Economist Roberto A. Coronado, Ph.D., told the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance’s (MVEDA) virtual forum on June 1. more
Putting shovel to ground to start a $9.8 million project at Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV), officials and contractors set their sights on the new addition to the facility. more
Thursday, June 14 is Flag Day. It celebrates the date in 1777 (242 years ago) when the Second Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education approved a plan to fill the seat representing District 2, vacated last week by now former board member Terrie Dallman. more
Doña Ana County joined the City of Las Cruces in restricting the sale and use of fireworks for the July 4th holiday and beyond because of the area’s extreme drought conditions. more
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