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Brenda Dunn of the Las Cruces De Noche Lions Club saw a recent Facebook post from someone seeking “gently used/not too faded” American flags to replace two worn-out flags at a cemetery in … more
The Doña Ana County Humane Society's (DACHS) Yappy Easter Scavenger Hunt will begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 31, DACHS said in an email. DACHS will post a scavenger-hunt list on its … more
The "Clemson 8" Challenge continues through Sunday, March 28, in Las Cruces.A small, private opening ceremony was held March 21, and participants of all ages are invited to join the challenge of … more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is partnering with the Doña Ana County-City of Las Cruces Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and Vado Speedway owner Royal Jones to begin using … more
Update: 9:45 a.m. MDT Tuesday, March 23, 2021 (current data has dates in blue) NEW MEXICO (population: 2.11 million)  • https://cvprovider.nmhealth.org/public-dashboard.html  • www.togethernm.org Record high one-day totals: 3,665 cases (Nov 19), 67 deaths (Dec 9), 35,627 tests (Dec 25) Mar 22: 189,893 cases (167 new), 2,926,336 tests, 7-day aver: 2.12%, 3,892 died, 172,520 recovered, 115 hospitalized more
The New Mexico Department of Health has launched an Exposure Notification System. When activated on a Smart Phone, the app alerts individuals when they have been exposed to someone who has verified … more
In keeping with safe distancing practices as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Las Cruces is hosting its first virtual groundbreaking in the community set for 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 24. more
When 10-year-old Rogelio Daniel Ramirez was assigned a school project to write an essay about his favorite person, he knew exactly who would be featured in the article: Las Cruces Police Department K-9 officer Juan Gomez and his four-legged partner, Joker. more
The 60-day session of the New Mexico Legislature, which was conducted entirely on Zoom in a state capitol building closed to the public because of the COVID-19 pandemic, ended Saturday without passage of legislation to legalize marijuana. 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
The City of Las Cruces Museum System invites artist/artist team proposals for design and creation of a mural to be placed at the entryway of the Museum of Art. more
Las Cruces Public Schools congratulates the Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter at Centennial High School after they earned the distinguished title of National 1 Star Chapter for the 2019-2020 school year. more
Ann and Michael Siewert had a successful and popular fabric shop in Las Vegas, New Mexico they had been running for 11 years or so. They decided it would be a good thing to move their business to Las Cruces. more
The Cat’s Meow Resource and Adoption Center, 2211 N. Mesquite St., had a lot of adoptions in recent weeks, but there are many more cats and kittens needing homes. more
The New Mexico Human Services Department (NMHSD) has published Data Book Volume 2. The publication is a summary of social, economic and health statistics for New Mexico, NMHSD said in a news release. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department will host a Virtual Spring Marathon, beginning April 4. This no-cost program is for individual participation or groups of five or less participating together, the city said in a news release. more
The winter outlook for projected moisture in the watersheds supplying the Rio Grande remains entrenched in a La Nina weather pattern according to Dr. Phil King, engineering consultant for Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID). more
At its March 8 work session, City Clerk Christine Rivera presented Las Cruces city councilors with proposed changes to streamline and modernize the city election process for both candidates and voters. The council also heard proposed changes to the city’s animal ordinance. more
After years of failure, the effort to increase the annual distribution from the Land Grant Permanent Fund for early childhood programs achieved final passage with a 26-16 vote in the Senate Thursday, March 19. more
New Mexico Sen. Bill Soules, D-Las Cruces, has refused to accept changes made to his bill seeking to put a limit on interest rates for small loans, sending the bill to a conference committee to try to find a resolution. more
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