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COVID-19 Statistics (Thursday, Sep 17, 2020 updates) New Mexico 27,199 cases, 845,167 tests (3.218% pos), 836 died, 15,106 rec, 69 hosp. Sep 16: 27,041 cases, 837,400 tests (3.2292%), 832 died, … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education voted 4-1 at its Tuesday, Sept. 15, meeting to continue LCPS education exclusively online for the fall semester of the 2020-21 school year. Board … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced the state will update its guidance within the emergency public health order to permit small groups in exercise settings and safe outdoor activities … more
There are six candidates for president of the United States on the Nov. 3 ballot in New Mexico, including one who is a native New Mexican and another who was born in El Paso. more
In addition to candidates running for federal, statewide, legislative and local offices, the 2020 General Election ballot contains two proposed constitutional amendments and three statewide bond issues. more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima and several Las Cruces City Councilors exchanged sharp words during the Sept. 14 city work session as the council discussed an increase in the city minimum wage mandated to begin Jan. 1. more
Second in a two-part series on Las Cruces Public Schools Because of continuing population growth in that area, the construction of one or two new elementary schools on the East Mesa like will be at the top when Las Cruces Public Schools puts together its final list of bond projects to go before voters in February 2022, LCPS Superintendent Karen Trujillo said. more
Tents to Rents, the campaign to help more Las Crucens who are struggling with homelessness move into their own apartments, continues through Wednesday, Sept. 30. It takes only the touch of a computer button at tentstorents.org to make a donation of any size. more
The long, hot summer of 2020 officially ends at 7:31 a.m. MDT Tuesday, Sept. 22: the fall equinox. In much of the country, autumn is, of course, when leaves start turning from green to gold and orange. In New Mexico, it’s when we roast chile. more
There are two highly significant full moons in October 2020: The Harvest Moon, and, as any second full moon in a calendar month is called, the Blue Moon. more
The Las Cruces Chapter of the American Association of University Women participate in a Sept. 12 food-donation event in the parking lot of Peace Lutheran Church. more
Latter Rain Harvest Fellowship, along with local VFW posts 3242, 4384, 6917 and 10124 and the American Legion, unloaded and distributed nearly 800 boxes of food for local food-insecure military veterans. more
COVID-19 Statistics (Wednesday, Sep 16, 2020 updates) pos=positive; rec=recovered; hosp=hospitalized; vents=ventilators; b=billion; m=million; t=thousand New Mexico 27,041 cases, 837,400 tests (3.2292% pos), 832 died, 14,842 rec, 59 hosp. Sep 15: 26,923 cases, 831,995 tests (3.236% pos), 830 died, 14,634 rec, 59 hosp. Doña Ana County 3,047 cases, 74,599 tests (4.085% pos), 52 died, 1,740 rec. Sep 15: 3,038 cases, 74,303 tests (4.088% pos), 51 died, 1,722 rec. more
Securing the best interests of your children is much harder when their interests take them online. For parents who want to keep an eye on their child, it may be hard to continuously monitor what happens virtually. more
Mexico celebrates the 210th anniversary of its independence from Spain today, Wednesday, Sept. 16 – Diez y Seis de Septiembre. more
The Las Cruces City Council will meet at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, September 22, via video conference, for a Special Work Session regarding the City’s proposed minimum wage for … more
The Bureau of Land Management is selling fuelwood permits for personal use to the public.  Fuelwood permits cost $10 - $12 per cord and are available in person at select locations or online. … more
The state of New Mexico has created a new partnership between the state Attorney General, State Auditor and Ombudsman to protect seniors and specialized care individuals at nursing homes and … more
COVID-19 Statistics (Tuesday, Sep 15, 2020 updates) pos=positive; rec=recovered; hosp=hospitalized; vents=ventilators; b=billion; m=million; t=thousand New Mexico 26,923 cases, 831,995 tests (3.236% pos), 830 died, 14,634 rec, 59 hosp. Sep 14: 26,842 cases, 826,619 tests (3.2475%), 823 died, 14,470 rec, 60 hosp. Doña Ana County 3,038 cases, 74,303 tests (4.088% pos), 51 died, 1,722 rec. Sep 14: 3,031 cases, 73,963 tests (4.1%), 51 died, 1,707 rec. more
The New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division (ORD), a division of the N.M. Economic Development Department (EDD), announced the inaugural award recipients of the Outdoor Equity Fund (OEF). more
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