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Doña Ana Community College (DACC) announces the Governor of New Mexico, Michelle Lujan Grisham, is scheduled to visit one of its campuses tomorrow.     Governor Lujan Grisham … more
Adults, join us at Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 N. Picacho Ave., for our Back-to-School Week! Don’t miss out on the fun of going back to school — join us for a week of fun!Do you … more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department is continuing its Family Fun Walks – five-kilometer (3.1 miles) events at locations from west Picacho Avenue to Sonora Springs … more
Cmdr. Adrian Laney is the new leader of the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s White Sands Detachment at White Sands Missile Range. Laney has pertinent experience at Naval Surface Warfare … more
“Electric Vehicles (EVs) are rising in popularity each year and are set to become the future of electrification transportation in the coming years,” said El Paso Electric (EPE) Supervisor … more
Christopher Schaljo-Hernandez will not be officially declared Doña Ana County Commissioner-elect until after the Nov. 8 general election. But the Mesilla resident and local business owner is … more
As the start of a new school year gets underway, administrators at Las Cruces Public Schools, together with local and federal law enforcement, will provide an opportunity for parents to hear about … more
New Mexico State University’s Atomic Aggies team won the coveted 2022 Chile Cup—a competition amongst local rivals NMSU, New Mexico Tech, the University of Texas at El Paso and the University of New Mexico. more
Talk about progress! Despite the pandemic and the membership decline impacting many service clubs across the county, the Progress Club of Las Cruces has seen its active membership nearly quadruple in the past couple of years. more
“100 minutes, 100 friends, $100 dollars each. One BIG impact!” That’s how the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) describes its upcoming 100 Who Give fundraiser. more
Shreeya Moolamalla was inspired to help underprivileged children in her community. Three years later, she is a senior at Mesilla Valley Christian Schools (MVCS) and founder and president of HandinHand. more
“The rains are here,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney. It’s an early start for the monsoon season, which could produce a total of six to seven … more
On the occasion of Barbara “Mother” Hubbard’s 95th Birthday, July 12, she announced a date for her birthday party. On Oct. 19 at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, a … more
Green Cool Paint* Bicycle Lanes will be installed within existing bicycle lanes to lower surface temperatures by reflecting more of the sun’s energy to produce cooler surface temperatures on the asphalt. more
The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association and others announced today that they have settled the lawsuit filed to prevent the United States Forest Service from shooting cattle from a helicopter … more
On Thursday, June 30, Doña Ana County dedicated its BMX Pump track park in Chaparral at the Delores C. Wright Community Center. more
What do Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, Kelsey Grammer, Dolph Lundgren, Kate Bosworth, Ryan Philippe and Ving Rhames have in common? They’ve all be in Las Cruces in the past 14 months filming major motion pictures. more
Chess players from kindergarten age to 82, including beginners and champions, gathered June 24 on the seventh floor of the Electronic Caregiver (ECG) tower in downtown Las Cruces for ECG’s first ever International Chess Tournament, which was open to the community. more
It was a meeting of the minds – and hearts – as leaders from the City of Las Cruces, the local faith-based community and nonprofits continued their conversation June 30 at City Hall about ways to close gaps in services for people struggling with homelessness and poverty. more
Thursday, June 30, was filing day for write-in candidates for offices that will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot in New Mexico. One Republican candidate filed in Doña Ana County to run for state representative. more
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