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A 20-year-old New Mexico State University student from Mesquite, New Mexico, has been honored and recognized by a national organization that connects high-achieving college students and provides resources for their continued success. more
The Las Cruces City Council unanimously adopted a number of changes to the city’s election code, bringing it into closer alignment with the New Mexico Secretary of State’s campaign finance guidelines. The changes are the first to be made to the city’s campaign code since 2013. more
The Zia Natural Gas Company has applied to the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) for an emergency authorization to increase its rates after May 1. more
The “caring personality, personal high standards and work ethic, and a collaborative leadership style set the tone and course for our district during times of crises when we needed these most in a leader,” Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education Secretary Teresa Tenorio said about the late LCPS Superintendent Karen Trujillo, Ph.D. more
The Gila National Forest, Silver City Ranger District group use sites at the Gomez Peak area remain closed to group uses. This includes the Little Walnut East and West Picnic areas and the Gomez Peak pavilion. The Forest is transitioning these sites to our online reservation system, Recreation.gov, however, they are not yet “live” on the Recreation.gov system. more
New Mexico Workforce Connection in collaboration with New Mexico State University’s Office of Experiential Learning will host the Restart New Mexico Career Fair Tuesday, May 4. This virtual career event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. via Handshake. more
The Las Cruces City Council, meeting as the Downtown Tax Increment and Development District (TIDD) Board of Commissioners, focused much of its discussion during its regular quarterly meeting, held via video conference April 26, on future TIDD priorities within the special tax district. more
The first week of April, Arianna Parsons and Tyrell Thacker were marveling at the beautiful interior restoration progress of Willow & Blaine, their latest entrepreneurial business … more
New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will offer a free virtual demonstration to demystify the vast world of edible mushrooms.The … more
Las Cruces Public Schools will be collaborating with the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Office of Emergency Management to host a virtual COVID-19 parent forum for LCPS families on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m more
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, members of the New Mexico State University Theatre Department, and NMSU’s Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education (WAVE) will present a virtual reading of “Do You Feel Anger?” by Mara Nelson-Greenberg. more
Update: 8:20 a.m. MDT Tuesday, April 27, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 65*, NM 673*; El Paso County 73, Texas 1,390; U.S. 33,662 more
The New Mexico State University Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) has announced that a retired member of the clergy and university religious studies faculty member will lead ALR’s May 2021 Zoom series entitled “The Wisdom Years: A Guide to Intentional Aging.” more
In the midst of a global pandemic, travelers from around the globe who were not able to visit Las Cruces, New Mexico to enjoy the distinct flavor of red and green chile grown throughout the Hatch Valley found solace in Zia Hatch Chile Company. more
A performing artist and a good program, both based in Anthony, New Mexico, have each received grants from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC). more
The Las Cruces Police Department is now accepting applications for its 51st training academy, tentatively set to begin in January 2022, LCPD said in an April 5 news release. more
The capital outlay bill signed last week by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham includes more than $28 million in funding for projects in Doña Ana County, as well as millions for other projects in southern New Mexico. more
New member inducted. Left to right are Myla Williams, Sons of the American Revolution Gadsden Chapter President Don Williams, James Williams and Gadsden Chapter past President Dave Curtiss. more
Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces (FCMLC) seasonal vendor Ramon Reyes of Reyes' Greenhouse was already doing a brisk business early Saturday morning, April 17. more
During the March 16th Regular Session, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education asked Interim Superintendent Ralph Ramos to appoint a committee chair to form a committee under Regulation FFA-RA (Naming School Facilities) to consider renaming the Las Cruces Public Schools Administration building complex at 505 S. Main Street, Suite 249 after the late Superintendent Dr. Karen Trujillo. more
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