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(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 1. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update … more
The Valley Drive construction project that began July 2, 2018 was scheduled to be substantially complete March 30, 2020. The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) project – Valley … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 31. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as … more
Las Cruces -- As part of the Doña Ana Community College (DACC) ongoing effort to stop the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, DACC President Mónica Torres has physically closed all campuses and centers and provided faculty and students with tools to move to a remote delivery system of course content. more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 2:30 p.m. Monday, March 30. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as needed.) more
Contrary to misinformation circulating on social media sites, Las Cruces police and other local law enforcement agencies in New Mexico are not conducting traffic stops simply to check essential or … more
At a special meeting Friday morning, March 27, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that allows the mayor and council to exercise emergency powers through a … more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 54,453 March 25, to 68,440 March 26. There have been 994 deaths. more
Everyone knows the physical, emotional and economic impact of COVID-19. It may also be having some unforeseen benefits for the environment. more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 44,183 March 24, to 54,453 March 25. There have been 737 deaths. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico and United Way of Southern New Mexico have launched a Nonprofit Emergency Fund to support nonprofit organizations that experience loss of funds due to the COVID-19 health pandemic. more
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the state’s first death related to COVID-19. Per the state Department of Health, a male in his late 70s in Eddy … more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 33,404 March 23, to 44,183 March 24. There have been 544 deaths. more
Regardless whether you’re quarantined at home, still working or somewhere in between, there are everyday things you’ll have to continue doing in the world. more
SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court today ordered a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency.   Under the Court’s … more
“Commercial goods transported on trains and trucks won’t be affected” by the joint U.S.-Mexico decision to partially close the border between the two counties, Border Industrial Association President Jerry Pacheco of Santa Teresa said in a March 20 email message. more
The Las Cruces City Council has decided to continue the search for a new city manager following yesterday’s interviews with the three finalists from the initial search. “We conducted … more
There are about 4,000 members of a dozen or so affiliated and home-grown gangs in Las Cruces and surrounding communities, police say, but they don’t behave the way they used to. “We … more
If team wins a basketball championship and there’s no one there to see it, did it really happen? In the case of the Las Cruces High School Bulldawgs, the answer is a resounding, Yes! more
While Las Cruces grapples with how to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, government agencies and businesses are adopting their own strategies and contingencies. The landscape is shifting quickly, and the public is advised to make plans accordingly by checking websites and calling ahead before planning activities or outings. more
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