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NMSU On Demand offers a variety of online professional certification courses

While many higher education institutions have transitioned back to in-person learning, the demand for online options remain. Fortunately, New Mexico State University continues to offer a number of …

Arts & Entertainment
Forgoing the pigskin on Turkey Day
You going to watch some football this weekend? Yeah, I used to be in your shoes. From 1971 through 1988, I watched every single Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game. And there were some …
Mesilla Valley Readers welcome author George Pintar Dec. 1
Local author George Pintar will speak to The Mesilla Valley Readers of Southern New Mexico Book Club 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, via Zoom, the club said in a news release. Pintar will discuss the …
Black Box Theatre’s ‘Miss Bennet Christmas at Pemberly’ opens Dec. 2
In Black Box Theatre’s (BBT) upcoming production of “Miss Bennet Christmas at Pemberly,” by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon, we find Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy “tucked …
Klein goes to Italy
Lonnie Klein may have retired as director of the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO), but he hasn’t put down his baton.
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) will host the eighth annual “A New Mexico Food Show and Gift Market” Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 19-20 at the museum, 4100 Dripping Springs …
Local sports

Aggie Athletics update

Aggie Athletics recap and upcoming competition.

Hawks, Trojans stay alive in state playoffs

High school football and soccer competition this weekend.

Achieving mental toughness: a 3-point plan

This week we are aiming at the tricky topic of “mental toughness.” I say tricky because it is something mostly misunderstood, and also very complicated.

Aggies are WAC champs!

For the first time ever, NM State women’s soccer team can call themselves champions of the WAC, winning three straight games at the conference tournament in Seattle, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA soccer tournament, which starts Friday.

Hometown veterans leave lasting legacies

A quiet power. That’s how I describe the effect of both the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., and the far less visited Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Angel Fire, New Mexico.

State unemployment rate reaches 14-year low

New Mexico’s unemployment rate was 4.2 percent in September, the lowest it has been since July 2008, according to data from the state Department of Workforce Solutions. State unemployment was 4.4 percent in August 2022 and 4.5 percent in July.

Broker excited despite impending challenges

Las Cruces real estate broker Steve Montanez acquired New Mexico Properties in September, but his “office” is any number of coffee shops around Las Cruces.
Heath & Well Being

Women learn self-defense tactics in day-long training

Las Cruces women aged 10-70 came together Oct. 22 to learn vital self-defense tactics as The Association and Gracie Barra Las Cruces Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Self Defense (“Gracie Barra Las Cruces”) joined together “to create an invaluable experience for them.”

Burrell College receives Higher Education Excellence in Diversity award

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) received the 2022 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, BCOM said in a news release.

RoadRUNNER Transit will begin a zero-fare trial period that will go into effect Monday, Nov. 28, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. No rider will have to pay a fare to use the …
The Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces is asking for toy donations for its annual Christmas party for children who are club members and their families. “Our goal every year is to provide a …
This Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 24, is the 401st anniversary of the first Thanksgiving gathering, held in November 1621 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, when the newly arrived Pilgrims sat with …
In the past
The smell of roasting green chile. Just hold that thought in your mind for a moment. Is there a more welcome scent of fall in the air, or anything more uniquely New Mexico? That is why New …
Citizens voiced their concerns over a proposed Verizon cell tower being built in an historic district park. Filling the Mesilla Board of Trustees council chamber Monday, Nov. 14 more than 20 Mesilla …
Las Cruces voters approved the issuance of $23 million in General Obligation bonds for projects that include funds for affordable housing, the building of a new fire station on the east mesa, park improvements, and continued improvements at the East Mesa Recreation Complex.
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