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New Mexico State Sen. Jeff Steinborn, D-Doña Ana, is inviting Las Cruces and Doña Ana County residents to attend the fourth annual New Mexico Outdoor Economics Conference, which will be held Wednesday to Friday, Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at the Farmington Civic Center, 200 W. Arrington St., in Farmington. more
The fourth annual American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)’s Las Cruces Out of the Darkness Walk will be a little different from past years, said AFSP New Mexico Chapter board member and event chair Robyn Rehbein-Narvaez. more
“The very air we breathe connects us all,” said the Rev. Carol Wilkins, who began her own ministry in Las Cruces in 2020 after a year as pastor at Wellspring Church. That connection has been vital, Wilkins said, as people have dealt with the “global awakening” that resulted from Covid-19 and the murder of George Floyd. more
Freshman Republican state Sen. Crystal Diamond praised her colleagues on both sides of the aisle and in both chambers for their work during the past session, even though she felt that far-left progressives capitalized on limited public input because of the pandemic. more
This year is New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory’s (PSL) diamond jubilee, or 75th anniversary, a major milestone for what NMSU Chief of Staff Leslie Cervantes calls one of southern New Mexico’s “hidden gems.” more
Police are warning merchants and Las Cruces area residents of movie prop money that is being passed as actual currency. Over the last weekend, the Las Cruces Police Department received two … more
Mayfield High School will meet up with Las Cruces High Friday, Sept. 17. The longstanding rivalry game – one of the biggest in the nation since 1965 – … more
Two of America’s most iconic national symbols celebrate anniversaries in September. Tuesday, Sept. 14, is the 208th anniversary of Francis Scott Key’s “Defence of Fort M'Henry,” which would become “The Star-Spangled Banner.” (It became the national anthem March 3, 1931.) Key (1779-1843), then a 35-year-old Maryland and Washington, D.C. attorney, wrote the poem as he watched the British Royal Navy’s bombardment of Fort McHenry during the Sept. 13-14, 1814 Battle of Baltimore, five months before the end of the War of 1812. Key was being held prisoner aboard ship by the British until after the battle because he knew of British plans for the attack on Baltimore. Key had been meeting with British officers about a prisoner exchange. more
The Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s (LCHBA) 48th annual Showcase of Homes will be held Friday through Sunday, Sept. 17-19 and 24-26. Hours are Fridays, 4 to 7 p.m.; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. A twilight tour is 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. A total of 11 homes will be on this year’s tour, LCHBA Executive Officer Nicole Black said. That’s about half the usual number because homes are selling so quickly, she said. Currently, about 95 percent of the homes built by LCHBA-member contractors are pre-sold, Black said more
The City of Las Cruces will conduct several events to commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorists attacks at the World Trade Center, in New York City; Flight 93 in Pennsylvania; and the Pentagon, in Washington, D.C. more
New Mexico State University ROTC cadets held a 24-hour vigil to remember the 13 service members killed in the Kabul, Afghanistan. more
Lighting renovations for the Women Veterans Monument at the Veterans Memorial Park are complete, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. more
The Animal Services of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) will provide limited, low-cost spay and neuter surgery for people who provide care to feral cat colonies inside the Las Cruces city limits. more
Four Peaks Brewing Co.’s nonprofit, Four Peaks For Teachers, distributed 200 free school-supply kits to Las Cruces teachers during a mid-August event at the Pic Quik store on Don Roser Drive in Las Cruces. more
“It’s all about the people of southern New Mexico,” Memorial Medical Center (MMC) Chief Executive Officer John Harris said in a recent interview. more
Here are additional comments from Doña Ana County and the City of Las Cruces 20 years after 9/11. more
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, New Mexico State University’s Chicano Programs invites all campus members and the public to come together starting this week to join festivities honoring the Latinx community and its cultural contributions to NMSU. more
As it has done in years past, the Las Cruces Fire Department and the LCFD Honor Guard will conduct a vigil and bell ringing ceremony “to mark the events of that day,” Las Cruces Fire Chief Jason Smith said. more
American Airlines flight No. 11, which had taken off from Boston Logan International Airport, crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center (WTC) at 6:46 a.m. MDT. Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001. more
High school is that place where people stop being children and form into adults, thinkers, movers and shakers. How do those growing children know the events of Sept. 11, 2001? What have they learned? What sticks in their minds? more
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