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As the City of Las Cruces returns to full operations and City Council meetings are about to begin again at City Hall, Mayor Ken Miyagishima has issued an Emergency Proclamation to enhance COVID safe practices. more
Summer 2021 graduates and more than 300 students from the Las Cruces Public Schools class of 2020 graduated during in-person ceremonies held July 1 at Centennial High School. more
The RoadRUNNER Transit’s Dial-A-Ride operations facility sustained serious damage due to the storm Sunday night. Operations and scheduling services have been disrupted. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has reopened U.S. Highway 70. The road reopened about 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 12, 2021 after being closed for nearly 24 hours due to severe flooding and mud slides. more
From the beginning, 17 years ago when then New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Virgin Galactic’s Sir Richard Branson shook hands over a piece of desert in southern New Mexico, everything has led to the historic day of Sunday, July 11, 2021. more
To commemorate Virgin Galactic’s historic Unity 22 test flight from Spaceport America on Sunday, July 11, the City of Las Cruces will host free, in-person watch parties of the global live stream at the Las Cruces City Hall Council Chambers. more
A flight window opens for SpaceShipTwo Unity on July 11. If weather allows, Sir Richard Branson and a full crew will take off from Spaceport America for another test flight into space as Virgin Galactic continues toward its mission of making space available to everyone. more
“Everybody thinks monsoons mean rain,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney. That’s not always the case – and it’s not even the correct definition. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department will accept After School Program lottery registration beginning Wednesday, July 14, and will continue until Saturday, July 24. more
Beginning Saturday, Las Cruces firefighters will transition to a 48-hour work schedule and a new report-to-duty time of 11 a.m. each shift. more
In accordance with the latest public health guidance and COVID Safe Practices, the City of Las Cruces Senior Programs will reopen three of its centers for congregate dining beginning July 6, 2021. more
Doña Ana County (population: 218,836; 16+ population: 171,823) June 30: 25,108 cases (5 new); 492 deaths; 24,407 recovered; 336,095 tests more
Americans celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the Fourth of July by participating in popular Independence Day traditions, including fireworks, parades, picnics, barbecues, and recreating on national forests and other public lands. more
Keeping with the main thing is the main thing for Las Cruces Public Schools new superintendent, Ralph Ramos, and the main thing for him is the students. more
“I think the Electric Light Parade signals the restart of our city, state and our nation,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said. more
Las Cruces residents R. Jay Lloyd, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran; Dr. Michael Woods, associate professor of Pathology at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine and student doctor Brad Poindexter, a third-year medical student will be the co-grand marshals of the City of Las Cruces 2021 Electric Light Parade. more
This week, KRWG-TV’s Newsmakers will broadcast a documentary about education during the pandemic. The documentary was produced by Noah Raess of Las Cruces. more
Doña Ana County (population: 218,836; 16+ population: 171,823) June 26-28: 25,101 cases (9 new: 3 days); 491 deaths; 24,388 recovered; 335,583 tests more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department will offer a free swim day July 4th, at the City’s outdoor pools: East Mesa Bataan Memorial Pool, 6141 Reynolds Rd., and Laabs Pool, 750 W. Picacho Ave. more
The Summer Class of 2021 and graduates from the Class of 2020 will have their moment on the stage this Thursday, July 1 at Centennial High School. Originally, summer commencement ceremonies were scheduled to take place outdoors at the Field of Dreams. more
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