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Ethan Christiano began going to the Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces when he was in kindergarten and continued for the next 10 years. One of the groups he participated at the club focused on leadership and giving back to the community. more
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the lack of groceries available in stores for the community and an increase in unemployment rates, especially in households that went from one source of income to no income, brought an increased need for Aggie Cupboard emergency food program at New Mexico State University. more
Color the energy future of the City of Las Cruces greener than before. At its April 5 regular meeting, the city council voted unanimously to begin transitioning city residents and businesses from natural gas to renewable energy resources, and transition the city fleet to zero-emissions vehicles. more
New Mexico State University will see a funding increase if Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signs appropriations bills passed during the 2021 session of the New Mexico Legislature. more
“Pandemic” in just one of the thousands of words third graders can look up in the new dictionaries they received from the Rio Grande Rotary Club, along with words like “generosity,” “service” and “compassion.” more
An endowment to benefit Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary (SHAS) has been set up in partnership with the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM), the foundation said in a news release. more
New Mexico is rated the second safest state in the country during COVID-19, according to the personal finance website WalletHub. more
Owner Max Bower is bringing live entertainment back to Las Cruces in a big – but safe – way with the introduction of Amador Dayz in April and May. more
Following the announcement that schools across New Mexico will return to in-person learning, Las Cruces Public Schools are ready to welcome students and staff on Tuesday, April 6. more
Update: 9 a.m. MDT Tuesday, April 6, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 9, NM 96; El Paso County 202, Texas 837; U.S. 76,594 more
In the early 1990s, growing numbers of women were reported missing or found dead across the city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Decades later advocates have documented more than 2,000 women were murdered … more
With Dona Ana County now in the Yellow Level of the New Mexico Department of Health's (NMDOH) Red to Green Framework, the City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department will reopen some of the allowed facilities and/or programs. more
In celebration of Native Plant Week, April 18-24, the Las Cruces chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Mexico will host a Zoom presentation by James Von Loh, retired field biologist and vegetation mapping specialist, 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 14. more
New Mexico is rated the second safest state in the country during COVID-19, according to the personal finance website WalletHub.The state is second only to Alaska in WalletHub’s overall safety … more
Soroptimist International of Las Cruces (SILC) has recognized three Las Cruces women for their determination in pursuing their education despite personal hardships. more
Members of the Christian faith in Las Cruces and around the world recognize Good Friday today and will celebrate Easter this Sunday, albeit still in a limited way, due to the pandemic. Above is the Basilica of San Albino in Mesilla. more
COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 23, NM 277; El Paso County 209, Texas 3,123; U.S. 68,162 March 29: Doña Ana County 52, NM 182; El Paso County 87, … more
When Henry Brutus, executive director for La Casa Inc., saw the position advertised two and a half years ago, he said he really didn’t know much about domestic violence. more
It was Match Day March 19 at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), as 136 physicians discovered where they will first practice medicine and continue their medical educations after graduation. more
Volunteers who participated in the March 20 cleanup of Burn Lake collected 2.45 tons of trash during their four-hour endeavor, Las Cruces Police Department spokesman Dan Trujillo said. more
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