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At its March 8 work session, City Clerk Christine Rivera presented the Las Cruces City Council with proposed changes to streamline and modernize the city election process for both candidates and … more
The debut episode of the Juwaun Price show was pretty good. Price punched in the NM State football team's game-winning touchdown to lift the Aggies to a 36-29 victory over Dixie State Sunday at the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas. more
Members of the New Mexico Legislature recounted threats to their own personal safety Monday, March 8, in voting to support legislation that would make it illegal to protest outside a person’s home. more
Essential workers who contract COVID-19 and who can demonstrate that their employers did not comply with existing public health orders would qualify for worker’s compensation benefits under a bill passed Monday, March 8. more
Update: 8 a.m. MST Tuesday, March 9, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 23, NM 126; El Paso County 257, Texas 1,084; U.S. 98,513 more
Fred Yanker will celebrate his 100th Birthday Thursday, March 11th. He was born in 1921, that’s some incredible math! Please help Fred celebrate with an email or a card, the more the happier! more
All New Mexico school staff members will be offered a COVID-19 vaccine before the end of March as a gateway to further expanding safe in-person learning with a goal of reaching full reentry by April 5, the Public Education Department and Department of Health announced today. more
Colorful landscapes and iconic local symbols newly beautify the walls of the Las Cruces Alameda Arroyo multi-use trail tunnel that runs beneath I-25 (between Triviz Dr. and Northrise Dr.), providing an enjoyable mural art experience to those who walk, bike, or run the highly used trail. more
A compromise bill establishing procedures for the upcoming redistricting effort passed through the New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously Saturday, March 6, and now moves to a vote of the full Senate. more
Legislation to require high school students to complete a class in financial literacy before graduating passed through the New Mexico House of Representatives on a unanimous vote Saturday, March 6, and now moves to the Senate. more
Legislation that would provide additional protections to renters passed on a 42-25 vote Thursday, March 4, in the New Mexico House of Representatives and now moves to the Senate. more
While the U.S. Constitution has not been amended since 1992, voters in New Mexico make changes to our founding document every two years. Yet despite that constant tinkering, the New Mexico’s Constitution is still badly antiquated and unsuited to meet the needs of the state today. more
Las Cruces police are asking the public to be on the lookout for at least two men who have been known to follow delivery vehicles and steal packages from their intended destination. more
Millions of federal dollars are available to expand broadband Internet access in New Mexico, but the state can’t tap into that money until it has a plan, Senate Finance Committee Chairman George Muñoz, D-Gallup, told his fellow lawmakers. more
Two bills to help low-income workers, restaurants and other businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic were signed Wednesday, March 3, by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. more
Having recently moved to Las Cruces, Jim Wilcox – like just about everyone else who lives in the shadow of the Organ Mountains – said he’s entranced by their beauty and shifting colors, particularly at sunset. more
Update: 9 a.m. MST Thursday, March 4, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 56, NM 359; El Paso County 310, Texas 4,781; U.S. 66,714 more
The Junior League of Las Cruces (JLLC) is raising awareness of New Mexico’s childhood literacy rates as it raises money to improve them through the league’s March 8-12 Little Black Dress Initiative. more
“I’m really excited about our future,” Las Cruces International Airport Administrator Andy Hume said in a Feb. 19 interview. The airport has focused on maintenance projects for the last couple of fiscal years, Hume said, and is now moving forward into new development. more
Because of the city council’s “careful financial stewardship over many years; the focus, teamwork and dedication of city staff; and most of all to the courage and character of the people who live here, I can announce that the state of our city is strong,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said Feb. 24. more
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