Funeral services and the procession route have been set for Las Cruces Police Department’s retired Chief Jaime Montoya. Montoya, 52, passed away Jan. 3 after battling cancer in 2018. Montoya was a 26-year veteran of LCPD and served as Chief from December 2013 until his retirement in December 2017. A public viewing will be held from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at Baca’s Funeral Chapel at 300 E. Boutz Rd. in ... CONTINUE
Alicia Keyes, state economic development secretary, Speaks Friday, Feb. 1, at an event ... CONTINUE
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My employer is sending a handful of us middle management types through a Management Training Certification program, where we learn how to navigate the bureaucracy and critical thinking skills needed to solve the complex financial, logistical, personnel and operational challenges that face all organizations today. Phil Wilke, Life Lessons There are talks from organization veterans and exercises to broaden our horizons and force us to look at alternate problem-solving skills. The best ... CONTINUE
BULLETIN REPORT LAS CRUCES – The City of Las Cruces announced Feb. 4 it has received “a major arts recognition that will bring creative economy benefits for arts and cultural businesses, workers and artists in the historic and original townsite of Las Cruces.” “I am privileged to announce that the New Mexico Arts Commission has announced that our city is the latest state-recognized arts and cultural district (ACD) in New Mexico and the first state-authorized ACD since 2016,” City Councilor Kasandra Gandara ... CONTINUE
Update: Daniel Albillar, the 14-year-old Las Cruces boy reported missing on Tuesday, has been located and is said to be in good condition. The Las Cruces Police Department wishes to thank all those who helped disseminate information on this missing person case. CONTINUE