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The South Central Regional Transit District (SCRTD) has announced the latest improvements to enhance safety and provide comfort for transit riders, with the installation of benches and bus shelters … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday signed into law a significant relief package for New Mexicans that will deliver grants to small New Mexico businesses, supplemental payments to the unemployed … more
Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office will conduct an automatic recount for the NM State Representative District 53 race based on the outcome of that race in the … more
With heightened restrictions imposed statewide by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, The Salvation Army has made the decision to remove all its iconic Red Kettles from storefronts across the state until further notice. more
The final FY20 report cards on the performance of New Mexico governmental agencies showed mixed results, as always, but the COVID-19 pandemic and related closures were behind the decline in performance, or, in many cases, the lack of data to measure performance. more
Sonya L. Smith was appointed secretary of the New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (NMDVS) by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham Oct. 23, following the retirement of Judy M. Griego. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed Tracie C. Collins, MD, as the new secretary of the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). more
Getting people in touch with their feelings has long been a goal of professional counselors. That goal is making its way into classrooms. more
Got a problem with a plant? Zoom on over to New Mexico State University’s Diagnosis Plant Disorders class for help. more
The Small Business Recovery Act of 2020, passed by the New Mexico Legislature during a special session in June, allocated $400 million to provide low-cost loans for businesses and nonprofit organizations impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. more
Small stacks of new railroad ties lie scattered north to south along the tracks just south of the rear of the Las Cruces Rail Museum on Mesilla Street. more
The Vietnam Veterans of America chapter 431 (VVA) has been working to provide food for the holidays to veterans in need in the Las Cruces area. more
Student government students from Mayfield High School recently received hands-on learning from City of Las Cruces Community Forester Jimmy Zabriskie, when they participated in tree planting as part of a non-traditional education activity. more
New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department data show the state produced 31.6 million barrels of oil in August, 2020, up from 31 million barrels in July but still below the peak of 35 million barrels in March, according to the November newsletter of the New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee (LFC). more
State Republican Party Chair Steve Pearce said Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is taking a one-dimensional approach in the way she is dealing with COVID-19, and the New Mexico Legislature and the state Supreme Court are giving her a free hand. more
Fourth in a series. Throughout November and into December, the Bulletin will present information on ways you can help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County during this holiday season. more
New Mexico’s outdoor economy contributed $2.4 billion (2.2 percent) to the state's gross domestic product in 2019, the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis said in a report issued by the New Mexico Economic Development Department (NMEDD). more
Art and Anne Morgan of the Village of Dona Ana said they support local restaurants each week by getting takeout lunches and finding nice places to eat together. more
New Mexico State University (NMSU) will reap about $31 million in statewide bond funds for improvements and construction across its network of campuses. more
As the weather cools and fall takes hold, the city’s playgrounds stand silent. more
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