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Saputo Dairy USA, one of the largest cheese and dairy food producers in the U.S., has been awarded economic assistance in New Mexico to expand its Las Cruces manufacturing operations at the Las Cruces Innovation and Industrial Park. more
Under New Mexico Department of Health’s May 5 statewide Covid-19 risk assessment framework, Doña Ana County entered the turquoise level, which is the least restrictive, for the first time. more
Las Cruces Public Schools has partnered with Downtown Desert Yoga (DDY) since 2016 to help students and staff learn about and benefit from the practice of yoga -- a physical, mental and spiritual discipline that traces its origins to India more than 5,000 years ago. more
Lou Henson and his family continue to make a big impact on the Las Cruces and New Mexico State University communities. more
The Las Cruces City Council has awarded $400,000 in health-related public services funding to 16 Las Cruces-based nonprofits. more
The Anna Age Eight Institute (AAEI) moved from Northern New Mexico Community College to New Mexico State University in Las Cruces in 2020, making its permanent home in the city and county as it develops sustainable childhood resiliency programs. more
In another sign the pandemic is easing up, graduation ceremonies are returning this month. New Mexico State University will have graduation ceremonies this weekend (May 14-15), using a combination of … more
Las Cruces firefighters extinguished a fire that damaged a mobile home and caused relatively minor injuries to two occupants early Monday evening. Shortly after 5 p.m. Monday, May 10, Las Cruces … more
A pilot Play Street Initiative was kicked off with the Juniper Play Street on Saturday, May 8. During the Play Street a length of Juniper Street was temporarily closed to through … more
The New Mexico Department of Health updated the statewide Covid-19 map May 5, assigning revised risk levels to counties under the red-yellow-green Covid-19 framework the state implemented in … more
Las Cruces City Councilor Gabriel Vasquez has announced that he will not be a candidate for re-election to a second term this November. more
Yvonne Flores will seek a second four-year term on the Las Cruces City Council in this November’s combined local election. more
Registration is open for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Walks Your Way virtual walk that will be held in Las Cruces and statewide Saturday, May 22, in conjunction with similar walks across the state and around the country. more
Students of the Las Cruces Academy honored Earth Day on April 22. more
The New Mexico Museum of Space History in Alamogordo re-opens on Friday, May 7, on National Space Day. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. more
The League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico (LWVSNM) has elected some new and some holdover members to its board of directors. more
Branigan Cultural Center (BCC) is seeking community input for an upcoming exhibition about the history of aviation in Las Cruces and the surrounding area. more
Elephant Butte Irrigation District will hold its annual Growers Meetings on May 17-18. more
The Hatch Valley girls basketball team is off to a strong start this season. “This is the most athletic team I’ve had here in Hatch,” said head coach Ben Trujillo. The Bears have a roster with seven seniors. more
Spring 2021 Clara Belle Williams Graduation Celebration Thursday May 13, 2021 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. more
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