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Las Cruces police are asking the public to be on the lookout for at least two men who have been known to follow delivery vehicles and steal packages from their intended destination. more
Millions of federal dollars are available to expand broadband Internet access in New Mexico, but the state can’t tap into that money until it has a plan, Senate Finance Committee Chairman George Muñoz, D-Gallup, told his fellow lawmakers. more
Two bills to help low-income workers, restaurants and other businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic were signed Wednesday, March 3, by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. more
Having recently moved to Las Cruces, Jim Wilcox – like just about everyone else who lives in the shadow of the Organ Mountains – said he’s entranced by their beauty and shifting colors, particularly at sunset. more
Update: 9 a.m. MST Thursday, March 4, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 56, NM 359; El Paso County 310, Texas 4,781; U.S. 66,714 more
The Junior League of Las Cruces (JLLC) is raising awareness of New Mexico’s childhood literacy rates as it raises money to improve them through the league’s March 8-12 Little Black Dress Initiative. more
“I’m really excited about our future,” Las Cruces International Airport Administrator Andy Hume said in a Feb. 19 interview. The airport has focused on maintenance projects for the last couple of fiscal years, Hume said, and is now moving forward into new development. more
Because of the city council’s “careful financial stewardship over many years; the focus, teamwork and dedication of city staff; and most of all to the courage and character of the people who live here, I can announce that the state of our city is strong,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said Feb. 24. more
New Mexico State University Regent Chair Dina Chacon-Reitzel is the 2020 recipient of the King Service Award, established by the New Mexico Cattle Growers Association in memory of former New Mexico Gov. Bruce King and his wife, Alice. more
Debra Anne “Deb” Haaland neared confirmation this week as the 54th secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), which oversees more than 500 million acres of public lands. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department is offering plots in the Tony Gomez Community Garden, 2250 S. Espina St., Las Esperanzas Community Garden, 341 E. Picacho Ave., and the Sage Community Garden, 6121 Reynolds Drive, to anyone who would like to lease a plot. more
Sen. Jacob Candelaria, D-Albuquerque, put the brakes on debate over a bill to provide protection from medical debt collection with the New Mexico Legislature’s version of a filibuster on Monday, March 1. more
Legislation to set a 36 percent annual percentage rate cap on small loans passed the New Mexico Senate on a 25-14 vote Tuesday, March 2, following a debate in which both supporters and opponents of the bill claimed to be on the side of the poor. more
Legislation to limit the use of expulsion and out-of-school suspensions in disciplining school children passed the House on a 54-12 vote Monday, March 1, and now moves to the Senate. more
Legislation that would make it easier for low-income defendants to pay court fees and fines passed the New Mexico Senate on a 25-15 vote Monday, March 1, over the objections of Republicans who argued that it would make it easier on criminals. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science (MONAS) invites all middle and high school students to join an online for a virtual “Teen Science Café – Weather Observations” – with guest presenter National Weather Service (NWS) Warning Coordination Meteorologist Jason Laney. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education unanimously chose Camino Real Middle School Principal Ralph Ramos to fill the position of interim superintendent Monday night, March 1, LCPS said in a news release. more
Update: 8 a.m. MST Tuesday, March 2, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 38, NM 166; El Paso County 170, Texas 1,637; U.S. 56,672 more
The City of Las Cruces continued its front line efforts against COVID-19 with a new campaign, unveiled at the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts Market this past weekend. more
“My name is Dzaki Sukarno. I’m 20 years old and I live in Las Cruces, New Mexico. I work in the green chile industry.” more
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