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State: 214; DAC: 15 The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning May 5, with 30 New Mexico counties at the Turquoise Level, at which there are the fewest restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activities amid decreased virus risk. more
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center will be offering a hybrid accelerator – EnergySprint + Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) – to New Mexico startups working on clean energy technologies. more
New Mexico State University is working with EON Reality, a leader in augmented and virtual reality-based knowledge and skills transfer, to bring the technology to classrooms across the NMSU system. more
New Mexico State University football season tickets are now on sale for the upcoming 2021 season. more
The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning May 5, with 30 New Mexico counties at the Turquoise Level, at which there are the fewest restrictions on commercial and day-to-day activities amid decreased virus risk. more
Las Cruces Public School’s Downtown headquarters – known as the administration building or informally by staff as “the central office” – is being renamed to honor Dr. Karen M. Trujillo. more
Effective April 30, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) has updated the statewide COVID-19 map, with updated key health metrics used to assign risk levels to counties under the state’s … more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation encourages National Bike to School Day Wednesday, May 5. The annual event encourages children to enjoy exercise while commuting to school and builds a sense of community and school spirit. more
New Mexico State University’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Arts Symposium, hosted by the William Conroy Honors College to celebrate undergraduate student achievement, begins Wednesday, May 5, with presentations by more than 75 undergraduate students. more
With drought persisting in the Southwest, the New Mexico Department of Agriculture reminds the public – and particularly, those in the agriculture industry – to be aware of the risk, be vigilant in reducing accidental sparks and pay attention to fire restrictions. more
Basketball and wrestling fans will once again be welcome inside facilities at Las Cruces Public Schools, following today’s green designation in the state’s reopening framework. more
Miranda Romero, a senior at Las Cruces High School, was recently selected as a National Honor Society Scholarship semifinalist – one of more than 10,000 students nationwide who applied. Overall, 575 semifinalists were chosen, including Romero, to receive a $3,200 scholarship for college. more
The Three Rivers Fire currently burning in the Lincoln National Forest in southern New Mexico ushered an early start to what officials predict will be an above-average wildfire season with the … more
Update: 10:45 a.m. MDT Thursday, April 29, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 34, NM 248; El Paso County 174, Texas 2,871 more
State officials announced on Wednesday that New Mexico will loosen the key health metrics used to assign risk levels to counties under the Red-Yellow-Green COVID-19 framework, as the state’s nation-leading vaccine distribution effort is over time likely to reduce the number of asymptomatic people seeking out and receiving tests for COVID-19. more
Doña Ana County collaborated with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, and El Paso Electric Company to rescue a bobcat from atop an electrical pole Tuesday evening. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation has developed a statewide Pedestrian Safety Action Plan and welcomes public feedback. more
Kelley Coffeen has been writing cookbooks since 1994. When she was about 15, she started making recipes on her own. “Cooking is a joy to me, and I love giving the gift of food to others,” she said. more
A public meeting, via Zoom, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 10, for applicants and the general public to learn more about El Paso Electric’s (EPE) $20 million economic development grant. more
This waning crescent moon was seen over the Organ Mountains early morning on Friday, April 9. more
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