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The following agenda will be considered by the Historic Preservation Commission during a public meeting held at the Las Cruces City Hall on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers. more
Seidel Engineering Leadership Institute students set out to move 12 cubic yards of garden soil to revitalize the New Mexico State University Community Garden. more
New Mexico is ranked last in child well-being in a national report, but its numbers are improving. The 2022 KIDS COUNT Data Book, a 50-state report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that analyzes how children and families are faring, was published earlier this month. more
The “single, laser-focused issue” in the race to be New Mexico’s next attorney general (AG) is crime, Republican Jeremy Gay said during a July 29 campaign stop in Las Cruces. more
All New Mexico voters will cast ballots on three statewide bond issues and three proposed constitutional amendments during the Nov. 8 general election. more
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce held its annual Healthcare Awards banquet Aug. 5 at Hotel Encanto. more
At its Aug. 1 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved four questions for the Nov. 8 general election ballot that, if approved by city voters, would allocate $23 million in general obligation (GO) bonds to pay for public safety, recreation and low-income housing in the city. more
Since May 26, 850 Summer Enrichment Internship Program participants have worked with more than 300 employers throughout the county, performing community outreach; setting up computers; helping and learning about building operations. more
In 1989, Susan C. Brown, then director of the Center for Learning Assistance (CLA), saw a need to help low-income and first-generation students in grades nine-12 and applied for the first TRIO Upward Bound grant at New Mexico State University. more
Thirteen local nonprofit and charitable organizations split the $50,400 from the Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s annual Casa for a Cause project. more
“The biggest asset New Mexico has is its border with Mexico,” Jerry Pacheco said about the ongoing economic boom in Santa Teresa he has led for more than 30 years. more
Hundreds of Las Crucens, including local law enforcement officials and community leaders, participated in the Aug. 2 National Night Out celebration on Main Street in downtown Las Cruces. more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) students and their families are invited to one of several Welcome Back Fairs to be held at various DACC locations. more
The COVID-19 pandemic created a great number of challenges worldwide, but it also helped jumpstart the world of telehealth, where doctors and nurses can remotely treat patients via phone or the internet. more
Members of the "Friends of Gallagher Park" were recognized at a recnt Las Cruces City Council meeting with the Mayor's Citation for Community Service Award for ridding Gallagher Park of weeds without pesticides. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) announced in July that 75 high school and college students have been awarded scholarships that are managed by CFSNM. more
“People care about animals. It’s an issue that cuts across all kinds of demographics,” said Animal Protection New Mexico (APNM) Executive Director Elisabeth Jennings. more
The Las Cruces Police Department’s LCPD Cares Program is in its seventh month of operation, with two civilian community advocates working to strengthen the relationship between city police and … more
“It’s all about relationships,” said Renay Scott, Ph.D., who is New Mexico State University’s vice president for student success. Scott and other leaders at New Mexico … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department will lift restrictions on open burning effective 8 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 4. more
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