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New Mexico (population: 2.11 million) Testing May 26: 202,570 cases (167 new); 3,472,993 tests; 130 hosp; 4,254 died; 188,333 recovered; 2.17% 7-day positive rate May 22-24: 202,221 cases … more
White Sands Missile Range, the Department of Defense’s largest test facility and range, has a new leader. The sprawling Army post just outside of Las Cruces welcomed its new commanding … more
The City of Las Cruces’ garrison flag will be flying on Memorial Day at Veterans Memorial Park, 1151 Roadrunner Parkway, and members of the city Veterans Advisory Board will place candles on … more
Relay manager Michael “Goldy” Golden is part of a mission to bring back the true meaning of Memorial Day. “The purpose of what it’s about gets lost sometimes,” he … more
Memorial Day is this weekend, marking the unofficial start of summer and outdoor fun. The American Red Cross wants everyone to have a safe summer and offers tips and resources for the entire … more
The Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved a resolution renewing an emergency proclamation regarding Covid-19 and relaxing requirements for wearing masks in the city. The vote came during a May 24 special council meeting. more
Members of the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley Board will break ground on the new Animal Shelter Facility at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 27 at the location of the new facility, 3551 Bataan Memorial. more
VACCINATIONS (register at vaccineNM.org) May 22-24: 202,221 cases (366 new); 3,461,886 tests; 120 hosp; 4,245 died; 187,937 recovered; 2% 7-day positive rate more
The 2021 irrigation season begins just a few days from now on June 1, and the Elephant Butte Irrigation District wants to remind farmers to get their water orders in before the water starts flowing. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education has selected two finalists to fill the permanent superintendent position. The candidates are Ralph Ramos, who is currently the interim superintendent, and Dr. Oscar Rico from the Canutillo Independent School District. more
A search warrant executed by Las Cruces police uncovered a large cache of mail that’s believed to have been stolen over the last few weeks from letterboxes and U.S. Postal Service cluster boxes in various parts of the community. more
To alleviate traffic and parking issues for this weekend’s high school graduations at the Field of Dreams, the Las Cruces Public Schools will be opening Bruins Lane and parking lots in and around Mayfield High School. more
The City of Las Cruces is moving forward on its Mesilla Drain Trail as part of the General Obligation (GO) Bonds Project approved by voters in 2018. more
The Optimist Club of Las Cruces is extending the 2021 Virtual Tour de Optimism through the month of May, which is National Bike Month. more
The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department (NMRLD) likely will hire 50 additional employees to oversee the state’s new Cannabis Regulation Act (CRA), NMRLD Superintendent Linda M. Trujillo said in a telephone interview. more
New Mexico’s population growth has slowed significantly in the last 10 years and that could be bad news for the state’s economy, two Las Cruces economists said. more
White Sands Missile Range gets a new commanding general more
Vaccinations (register at vaccineNM.org) May 19: 1,881,047 doses administered, 63.4% at least one dose, 52.9% fully vaccinated more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) announced May 14 New Mexico’s adoption of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) updated guidance on facemasks. more
The Las Cruces Fire Department’s Technical Rescue Team – along with representatives from Mesilla Valley Search and Rescue, the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police – helped rescue a group of 24 hikers who became separated, disoriented and stranded in the Organ Mountains on Sunday evening. more
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