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April marked three years since cannabis was legalized in New Mexico. We have waited over 50 years to see the sacred medicinal herb be legalized and made available without fear of legal repercussions. … more
The people of Las Cruces and surrounding communities have “a deep pride and a shared ownership” in the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument and its cultural and economic impacts … more
When Richard Todd’s wife, Yolanda, was diagnosed with breast cancer, her doctors suggested she drink alkaline water to support her immune system. But the options available in Las Cruces … more
The Las Cruces market is showing signs of shifting as we step out of the first quarter of 2024 and make our way into the summer season.  The most notable statistic is a 46 percent increase … more
A state agency reached a settlement agreement with an oil and gas company as New Mexico continues to crack down on air pollution from that sector. The New Mexico Environment Department announced … more
Downtown Las Cruces is the vibrant pulse of our city, where the essence of our community comes to life. It's a place where residents, employees and visitors converge to celebrate the unique spirit of … more
The Environmental Improvement Board and the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board shot down an attempt to delay the implementation of the clean car rule earlier this month. The … more
The federal Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday that New Mexico will receive $156 million from a $7 billion program allocated to statewide “Solar for All” programs, mostly … more
A new sustainability effort from the city of Las Cruces was recently awarded an over $400,000 federal grant to support a clean energy workforce, mitigate future extreme heat events and promote … more
As the first quarter came to a close, the Las Cruces housing market brought a boost in closed sales and closing prices, giving some great optimism for our spring buyer season. Even with interest … more
One year and four months after Las Cruces voters overwhelmingly approved a $6 million cash infusion to the city’s affordable housing efforts, the city announced on March 25 that it had begun … more
Efforts to boost movie infrastructure in Las Cruces could have unforeseen consequences on the housing market, particularly in neighborhoods abutting film studios. more
The Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved funding for a new emergency management center during a meeting on March 26.  The Office of Emergency Management … more
It’s a new year and a new look for Doña Ana County. On March 25, Doña Ana County unveiled a new logo and seal after the Board of County Commissioners approved the designs on … more
The Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s annual Casa for a Cause event distributed $145,000 to 26 local nonprofit organizations this year. The project, formerly known as the Anniversary House … more
The interim president of New Mexico State University appointed a new provost last week following the resignation of Provost Alan Shoho. Shoho, who had been provost and chief academic officer … more
Issac Misquez hit upon his business idea because of something he did not like to do: Cleaning up his yard after his two large dogs. Figuring many people felt the same way, he spotted a market … more
A well-known business owner and philanthropist in Las Cruces with many awards to her credit soon will receive another prestigious award from the Las Cruces International Film Festival. Wanda … more
The Santa Teresa Port of Entry could see a major expansion if findings of a federal feasibility study, released last week, are realized. The General Services Administration and the Customs and … more
New Mexico’s largest electric utility was denied a rate rider that would have allowed it to collect millions of additional dollars from customers for allegedly exceeding what it was required to … more
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