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COVID-19 Statistics (Updates for Tuesday, July 14, 2020) New Mexico 15,514 cases, 430,006 tests (3.608% pos), 551 died, 6,429 recovered, 171 hospitalized. July 13: 15,291 cases, 424,355 tests … more
Keep Las Cruces Beautiful (KLCB) wants to help community members in their volunteer efforts to clean up areas of Las Cruces. KLCB and the City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department … more
White Sands Missile Range is offering live coverage of the Trinity Site 75th Commemoration Ceremony beginning at 5:29 a.m. Thursday, July 16, through the Defense Visual Information Distribution … more
These statistics include updates from Monday, July 13, 2020. New Mexico 15,291 cases, 424,355 tests (3.604% pos), 548 died, 6,363 recovered, 172 hospitalized. July 12: 15,028 cases, 418,357 tests (3.605%), 545 died, 6,322 recovered, 170 hospitalized. more
The hottest days of the summer have begun, with consecutive days forecast for highs well over 100 degrees. Both people and companion animals are vulnerable to heat-related health complications that can be deadly. more
New Mexico’s agriculture industry provides many resources that are crucial to the state’s communities and economy. To ensure these resources remain available to the public, the New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) is taking innovative approaches to continue offering services ... more
Las Cruces Public Schools, following the collective work of the Re-Entry Task Force, has finalized a hybrid plan for students, teachers and staff to return to the classroom in the fall. more
These statistics include updates from Friday, July 10, 2020. New Mexico 14,549 cases, 403,581 tests (3.605% pos), 539 died, 6,181 recovered, 151 hospitalized. July 9: 14,251 cases, 395,881 tests (3.6%), 533 died, 6,118 recovered, 154 hospitalized. more
The Emporium, 106 S. Water St., will not be able to open for business on July 16 as planned. Based on the current increase in COVID-19 infections in the area and the safety of our store volunteers. more
Police investigating the early-morning shooting of a 16-year-old boy at a large house party were faced with a belligerent and uncooperative crowd, three of whom will be charged for battering an officer who responded to the incident. more
In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City of Las Cruces will hold a free face mask and sanitation kit giveaway event, from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, July 18. more
Following a national search, William Pieratt, DO, has been appointed dean and chief academic officer of NMSU’s Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. more
Four Democrats and two Republicans from Doña Ana County are set to join other New Mexico delegates at their respective parties’ national conventions this August. more
The Doña Ana County Commission could vote as early as July 14 on a proposal to operate the crisis triage center (CTC), County Commission Chair Lynn Ellins said as he concluded a July 1 special meeting. more
“One of the things we need to understand, domestic violence is a community issue,” said Pat Acosta, support services director for La Casa, Inc. domestic violence program. more
The federal government’s Department of the Interior has released its annual Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding to a number of western states that have large, non-taxed federal land holdings. more
It’s easy to drive by and shake your head when you see glass bottles poking through the desert sands or a stray plastic bag hanging off thorny shrub. However, a small group of locals have stepped up to be the ones who stop and pick up that trash. more
I finally know why Smokey Bear doesn’t have a middle name … anymore. When I was growing up, it was always Smokey THE Bear. Then, mysteriously, Smokey’s middle name began to disappear, becoming a sort of now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t ex-the. more
During a June 18 meeting via Zoom, Las Cruces Economic Recovery Ad Hoc board (LCERAHB) members discussed ways to build public confidence in frequenting local businesses as the city economy continues to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
“This is really challenging time for all of us with the public health emergency, especially those who are most vulnerable,” Doña Ana County Commissioner Manuel Sanchez said Wednesday, July 1, as he participated in a Zoom news conference to discuss a statewide survey regarding Hispanic families in New Mexico who are ineligible for federal COVID-19 relief. more
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