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Want to test your ability to become a Las Cruces firefighter? Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is conducting the Physical Ability Test (PAT) from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 30. more
A New Mexico State University study shows that the Santa Teresa port of entry (POE) and Santa Teresa industrial parks were responsible for nearly 6,000 jobs in 2020 and more than $1 billion in total output. more
The Rev. Gabriel Rochelle, who with his wife, Pani Susan Steinhaus, established St. Anthony of the Desert Mission in October 2007, will retire this month from the parish. more
The state of New Mexico will move to 10-digit dialing for all telephone calls made in-state beginning Sunday, Oct. 24, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (PRC) said in a news release. An automated recording will advise callers that they need to use 10-digit dialing effective Oct. 24, the news release said. more
The Las Cruces City Council expressed its support for the city’s application to become the 10th local government in New Mexico to join the National Park Service’s (NPS) Certified Local Government (CLG) Program to encourage local historic preservation efforts and help fund them. more
The 2021-22 Las Cruces Mayor’s Top Teens were introduced at the Sept. 20 Las Cruces City Council meeting. more
New Mexico State University was founded as Las Cruces College in 1888. Fourteen years later, during the 1902-03 school year, the college began the Department of Military Science and Tactics, which evolved into the NMSU “Desperado” Battalion. In 1989, the Desperado battalion was re-named to the “Bataan” Battalion “to recognize the contributions of New Mexico veterans during World War II in the Battle of Bataan, December 1941-May 1942,” the Bataan Battalion said on Facebook. more
“The city doesn’t use critical thinking,” said Las Cruces City Council District 3 write-in candidate Gregory Shervanick. City leaders and staff need to fully consider all the impacts and implications of their decisions before those decisions are finalized, Shervanick said in an interview with the Bulletin. That’s true for a number of city projects in District 3, he said, and also in the city as a whole. “Be really critical about the details of the project,” he said. more
The Salvation Army Las Cruces invites one and all to join in the fun of many upcoming events to benefit those in need in our community. Truck or Treat event, 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28. Event … more
Because of the pandemic in 2020, we were not able to honor our veterans with a parade, but we are making up for it this year. The City of Las Cruces Las Cruces Veterans Day Parade Committee, chaired by Bill Hawkins, scheduled the parade at 11 a.m. Saturday, November 6. The opening ceremony in front of the reviewing stand on the corner of Main Street and Las Cruces Avenue will start at 10:30 a.m. more
Las Cruces Public Schools’ 2021 International Walk to School Day events kicked off Oct. 1 with hundreds of students, staff, volunteers and community members making the early-morning walk from Valley Verde Park behind Save Mart to MacArthur Elementary School, which is this year’s LCPS Walk to School Day highlight school. more
Las Cruces Public Schools needs about $500 million to bring all its schools up to standard, but it’s only asking for $50 million in the 2021 bond election to avoid an increase in local property tax, LCPS Superintendent Ralph Ramos said. more
Because of the pandemic in 2020, we were not able to honor our veterans with a parade, but we are making up for it this year. The City of Las Cruces Las Cruces Veterans Day Parade Committee, … more
The Salvation Army Las Cruces invites one and all to join in the fun of many upcoming events to benefit those in need in our community. Truck or Treat event, 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28. Event … more
The Southwest Environmental Center (SEC) of Las Cruces announced that it is launching Wildlife for All (WFA), a national campaign to reform state wildlife management to be more ecological-driven, … more
The Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) of Las Cruces presented the new Gadsden Chapter Medal to Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) student Shaha Aziz. more
U.S. Navy Lt. j.g. Dominic Galaz of Las Cruces records information in the pilothouse aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Mustin (DDG 89), Sept. 9, 2021. more
Airman Apprentice Jonathan Ruiz, a native of Las Cruces, serves the U.S. Navy as a member of Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron (VRM) 30 in San Diego. more
The Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved an allocation of $3.75 million from the city’s Telshor Facility Fund (TFF) to pay for renovations to a new Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) food rescue warehouse just north of the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) campus, 999 W. Amador Ave. more
“This city has given me everything and it’s time for me to give back,” said David Telford, who is making his first bid for elective office in his campaign for Las Cruces City Council District 5. more
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