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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
The Las Cruces City Council took formal action to declare that Las Cruces is experiencing severe drought conditions and is restricting the use of permissible fireworks to barren or paved areas or areas where water is readily available. more
New Mexico (population: 2.11 million) June 7: 203,686 cases (262 new: 3 days); 3,512,871 tests; 81 hosp; 4,286 died; 191,065 rec; 1.71% 7-day pos rate (June 3) more
The City of Las Cruces Alarm Systems Ordinance has now been in effect for eight years and has seen a 59 percent decrease in false alarm calls that place an unnecessary burden on first responders and … more
For Black people in New Mexico, the term tricultural “is so hard to hear,” said Amy Whitfield, director of the New Mexico Office of African American Affairs (OAAA). more
The Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) presented community service awards and a military service medal. more
The 2021 New Mexico Legislature approved more than $4 million in capital outlay funding for projects in the City of Las Cruces, city legislative lobbyist Larry Horan said at the May 24 city council work session. more
State Rep. Patricia Lundstrom, D-McKinley and San Juan, returned to her old stomping grounds, as she chaired the Legislative Finance Committee (LFC) meeting held May 19-20 in Las Cruces. more
Free meal programs for children and youth are resuming at more than 700 locations statewide this summer, the New Mexico Early Childhood Education and Care and Public Education departments announced today. more
The statewide gas price average in New Mexico is $2.95 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch. more
“It’s going to be a game changer for Doña Ana County and the City of Las Cruces,” Las Cruces Mayor Pro Tempore Kasandra Gandara said about the county Crisis Triage Center (CTC). more
Young Park Tennis Courts will reopen after improvements. The project is part of GO Bond Question 1, Parks and Sports Improvements and Additions. Work to Resurface the Tennis Courts has been completed. The Tennis Courts Will be open for play on June 4. more
New Mexico (population: 2.11 million) June 2: 203,222 cases (92 new); 3,512,871 tests; 103 hosp; 4,268 died; 189,877 recovered; 1.63% 7-day positive rate more
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 has reopened its service office at the Mesilla Town Hall at 2231 Avenida de Mesilla. more
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