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Hillrise Pharmacy is a locally owned and operated pharmacy serving Las Cruces and was born out of the desire to help people better manage their drug therapies through patient advocacy and thorough … more
Doña Ana County completed Emergency Rental Assistance Program, ERAP disbursements of $10.3 million to 2,005 households today, helping about 50 households a week with an average $7,210. more
With the National Weather Service forecasting triple-digit temperatures for Las Cruces through at least Wednesday, June 15, 2022, the City of Las Cruces has activated these facilities as cooling stations. more
Twenty computers are now in the hands of Las Cruces Public Schools graduates who might not otherwise have the resources to purchase one, thanks to a generous donation. more
Tuesday, June 14, is Flag Day. It celebrates the date in 1777 (245 years ago) when the Second Continental Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States. more
ACTion Programs for Animals of Las Cruces (APA) will host a low-cost vaccination clinic, 9-11 a.m. Saturday, June 25, at the APA adoption center, 537 N. Solano Drive. more
Volunteers are needed! Get rid of weeds, trash, junk, graffiti and other debris in your neighborhood the Team Up to Clean Up way! more
The Las Cruces City Council has proclaimed Sunday, June 19, 2022, as Juneteenth Day in Las Cruces. more
Beginning Tuesday, June 7, 2022, Greyhound will start serving the City of Las Cruces’ Mesilla Valley Intermodal Transit Terminal (MVITT), 300 W. Lohman Ave., as ONLY a bus stop. more
In the Tuesday, June 7 primary, Doña Ana County Democrats renominated Sheriff Kim Stewart for a second four-year term and joined other Democrats in New Mexico’s newly redrawn 2nd … more
Between 150 and 200 local business owners and residents attended a June 2 public safety forum hosted by the Las Cruces Home Builders Association (LCHBA). The meeting was held because of concerns … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: The prices quoted for coins in this story reflect precious metals markets for mid-May 2022 and are subject to change. Buying silver and … more
The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) reminds all people in New Mexico of the dangers of heat-related illnesses and encourages staying hydrated and indoors whenever possible. more
The 2022 New Mexico Senior Olympics have descended on Las Cruces, bringing active seniors into town to explore and compete. New Mexico Senior Olympics Executive Director Cecilia Acosta said just … more
“We’re here to meet the needs of the community,” Doña Ana County Crisis Triage Center (CTC) Clinical Director Jess Spohn said as the center nears its first anniversary. more
New Mexico State University Associate Provost for Student Success Patrick Turner, Ph.D., will be the keynote speaker during a Juneteenth banquet that is part of a host of activities celebrating the … more
A $5,000 grant was awarded to the nonprofit animal rescue organization ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces from Maddie's Fund, a national family foundation established to revolutionize … more
The Cat’s Meow will host the Pawsitively Purrfest fundraiser 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday, June 16, at Salud! de Mesilla, 1800 Avenida de Mesilla. If you mention “The Cat’s Meow at … more
The Omega chapter of the Internal Society for Key Women Educators Delta Kappa Gamma 2022-23 officers were inducted during a ceremony in May at Picacho Hills Country Club. They are, left to right, … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “We’re rebuilding … to ensure we can move forward,” Lt. Gov. Howie Morales said Thursday morning, May 26, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony … more
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