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A pedestrian who died as a result of Friday’s hit-and-run crash on north Solano Drive has been identified as 58-year-old Jose Alberto Carillo of Las Cruces. more
LAS CRUCES - In recent months, our slogan, “A great place to live, a great place to give” has garnered a new meaning for many of our partner organizations. Since April, thousands of … more
LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces business owner Philip VanVeen is making his second bid for the District 2 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. Four years ago, VanVeen, 54, challenged incumbent Councilor … more
LAS CRUCES - Lynn Community Middle School invites the Las Cruces community to come out and meet the Lynn Family with  an amazing lineup of activities during the Lynn spectacular at Barnes and … more
Who wouldn’t swoon for a full moon in June? It’s the Full Strawberry Moon that fills the sky, officially peaking at 1:12 p.m. MDT Friday, June 5. more
LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University and its three community colleges will receive more than $1 million in state scholarship funds for teacher education scholarships, the New Mexico Higher … more
Lorenzo’s Italian Restaurant is one of many local restaurants offering takeout and curbside service, as well as delivery.Though state orders due to the coronavirus have shut down dine-in eating … more
Paper wasps (family Vespidae, genus Polistes) are building nests around Las Cruces under the eaves of houses and in other protected areas. more
LAS CRUCES - “When it came to the interviews, there was really no question who the new president was going to be,” New Mexico State University President John Floros said Friday, Aug. 2, … more
Everyone knows the physical, emotional and economic impact of COVID-19. It may also be having some unforeseen benefits for the environment. more
Sparks fly as crews cut off large, metal nubs in the floor of the pit of the South Central Solid Waste Authority (SCSWA) Amador Avenue Transfer Station. more
It’s less than 10 miles from downtown to the Las Cruces International Airport. But, while one is a picture of vibrant growth and activity, the other is “a fairly blank canvas,” to quote Airport Administrator Andy Hume, who may be the single most important asset the two entities have in common. 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
Citizens Bank of Las Cruces has approved about 10 percent of all the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans made in New Mexico, a top bank official said. And, “the money is going to small businesses which is where it needs to go.” more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is expanding its books by mail program to all patrons during the COVID-19 closure. Patrons can place holds on library materials through the library’s online … more
President Don Williams, left, of the Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) presents SAR’s fire safety commendation medal and award to New Mexico State University firefighter Robert Boehms. more
A few months ago, El Caldito Soup Kitchen surpassed two million meals served to homeless, hungry and needy clients since it was established in 1984. more
Following the presentation of colors by the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard, newly elected and re-elected local government officials were sworn into office during a ceremony held Monday morning, Dec. 30, at the county government center. more
New Mexico is invited to Meteoric Truth or Consequences Oct. 18-20 for a desert carnival for the mind including films, art, sound, ideas and revelry. Event organizer Kyle Cunningham said he is excited to bring new ways of storytelling to Truth or Consequences, working with local artists and filmmakers as well as friends from New York to bring a truly eclectic event to New Mexico. more
Earlier this week, the New Mexico Supreme Court ordered a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency. more
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