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The local Mesilla Valley Radio Club participated in a national event sponsored by the American Radio Relay League. The event is designed to enable local amateur radio organizations to test their ability to provide communication services during any emergency. more
Mayfield High School junior Andrew Bleimeyer, 16, and New Mexico Tech student Andrew Jaramillo, 18, both of Las Cruces, are two of the more than 500 interns Doña Ana County has hired during the summer of 2021. more
Las Cruces International Airport Administrator Andy Hume asked the Las Cruces City Council to consider applying for a two-year, $3.5 million grant from the New Mexico Department of Transportation that would help pay for air travel service between Las Cruces and Albuquerque and Santa Fe. more
Service must have been one of Olga Pedroza’s favorite words. The late attorney and city councilor was an avid tennis player and a long-time community activist. more
The Las Cruces City Council unanimously adopted an updated master plan on July 19 for the development and marketing of the city’s Innovation and Industrial Park (IIP). more
New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College both are requiring that masks be worn at indoor locations, NMSU and DACC said in news releases. The mask requirements began at both institutions Aug. 2. more
The man suspected in Tuesday morning’s shooting that injured a woman at Planet Fitness has been arrested and charged with a second-degree felony. more
All New Mexico State University system employees will be required to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of September or begin to undergo weekly testing, the university announced Tuesday in a letter sent to NMSU campuses and offices across the state. more
Las Cruces police are investigating a shooting that injured a woman inside a gym on El Paso Road Tuesday morning. About 8 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3, police were dispatched to Planet Fitness, 1300 El … more
Blood donations in New Mexico have plummeted due to COVID-19, with Vitalant cancelling more than 1,600 blood drives during the pandemic Every two seconds someone in the United … more
County Manager Fernando Macias announced a new safe practices mandate in county buildings, for both the public and employees, effective Aug. 4. more
Petty Officer Third Class Angel Vargas, a native of Las Cruces, joined the United States Navy searching for ways to do something better in life. more
The Rotary Club of Las Cruces has named nine individuals as Paul Harris Fellows. The award is named after Rotary’s founder, Paul Harris. It honors club members who have made significant contributions to their communities and/or who have provided $1,000 for the Rotary Foundation for Rotary International’s efforts to help achieve world peace. more
In response to guidance released Tuesday by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and recommendations by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, New Mexico State University leaders have announced a change to mask-wearing requirements for NMSU system campuses and offices throughout the state. more
Effective August 2nd Doña Ana Community College (DACC) will require masks in all indoor locations and offices where social distancing (six feet) is not possible more
Doña Ana Community College’s (DACC) education program has added a new certificate for students. The DACC early childhood development certificate aligns coursework with the New Mexico child development certificate, DACC said in a news release. more
Shea Binkley has been selected to receive a $2,500 STAR Scholarship from the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Binkley was recommended by the P.E.O. chapter in Las Cruces. more
With funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service program, New America School Las Cruces (NASLC), 207 S. Main St., is offering free meals to all enrolled students/children ages 18 during the 2021-22 school year, the school said in a news release. more
The Gadsden Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution presented a $500 check to the Speech and Debate Club of Arrowhead Park Early College High School (APECHS), the chapter said in a news release. more
The “tax gap” between what taxpayers owe but fail to pay has grown by more than $100 million in the past five years, partly because agency efforts have resulted in greater identification of owed taxes but not an increase in collections, an LFC report finds. more
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