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The Las Cruces City Council has approved plans to renovate one of the city’s oldest public structures. The Pioneer Women’s Park gazebo at 500 W. Las Cruces Ave. more
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant (ret.) Daniel Muñoz will be the grand marshal of the City of Las Cruces 2022 Electric Light Parade, which will be Sunday, July 3. more
The City’s Redistricting Ad Hoc Committee continues to seek public input from Las Cruces residents regarding proposed conceptual maps that remain under consideration for redistricting of the six City Council districts. more
This summer, the return to an in-person NM PREP Academy gave middle and high school students the opportunity to explore the fields of engineering and introductory engineering concepts through real-world projects at New Mexico State University. more
As the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at New Mexico State University celebrated 20 years of service to students of migrant farmworker families, the program is being recognized with a nearly $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Migrant Education to fund the program through 2027. more
After 25 years serving his tribal government in administrative jobs as a member of the Blackfeet Nation, Don Pepion was recruited to head New Mexico State University’s American Indian Program. Now after 22 years serving NMSU, including initiating Native American studies at the university, the anthropology professor is retiring June 30. more
As the new treasurer-manager of the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID), Dr. Patrick Sullivan is taking a reflective approach as he works with the EBID Board to position the district to meet … more
Rocketeers with the University of Calgary’s Student Organization for Aerospace Research (SOAR) join 13 other Canadian teams, part of 149 rocketry teams representing 22 countries, at the Las … more
It was an evening of dance, music and inspiration at New Mexico State University’s Corbett Center Friday, June 17, as the university joined the community in celebrating … more
Bulletin report The schedule has been set for the annual City of Las Cruces Fourth of July Celebration, the city said in a news release. This popular free two-day event begins at 7:30 p.m. … more
Slowly but surely the ICE Age is going to come to an end for the City of Las Cruces. Today, the city’s 700-vehicle fleet is comprised entirely of internal combustion-engine (ICE) vehicles. A … more
It’s the same Kitty Glitter Jewelry Sale you know and love – coming at you with a summer edition in a new and convenient location! Join the cool cats at the Doña Ana Community … more
Friends of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks has received a $33,000 grant from the Outdoor Recreation Division (ORD) of the Economic Development Department (EDD), EDD said in a news … more
New Mexico State University invites community members of all ages to gather with Aggies on the Las Cruces campus Friday, June 17, to commemorate a profound moment in American history – Juneteenth – with an evening of live music, poetry and guest speakers. more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) is hosting a job fair and career expo for those interested in a career in emergency services.  The fair will be held on Thursday, June … more
New Mexico households receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food benefits will continue to receive the maximum amount for their household size for the month of June. more
Elephant Butte Irrigation District’s Irrigation Systems Director James Narvaez reports that the season is off to a strong start, looking much like last year’s. His method of running a … more
The Doña Ana County Commission voted unanimously at its June 14 meeting to place additional restrictions on the sale of fireworks in the county because of the extreme drought conditions being … more
Gina Montague, administrative registrar for the New Mexico Senior Olympics, said she heard a lot of great feedback from the seniors participating in the state games held last week in Las … more
Ming Luke was named the new director of the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) at a gala event held June 10 at New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. He succeeds Lonnie Klein, who retired … more
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