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Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo was struck by a vehicle and killed Feb. 25 in Las Cruces. Here are comments about her from people who knew and worked with her. more
“It being exactly 4:20 (p.m.), we go to House Bill 12,” Rep. Daymon Ely, D-Corrales, quipped Friday, Feb. 26, to begin the debate over legalization of marijuana. more
With three weeks still to go in this year’s 60-day session of the New Mexico Legislature, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has already signed two bills on her priority list into law. more
The New Mexico House of Representatives gave final approval Thursday, Feb. 25, to legislation to make low-interest loans available to more small businesses in the state that were harmed by public health restrictions imposed to combat the pandemic. more
Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo was struck by a vehicle on Edgewood Avenue in Las Cruces Thursday evening, Feb. 25, and died a short time later at MountainView Regional Medical Center. more
Legislation that would end a debate raging since 2004 over the proposed diversion of the Gila River passed on a 43-24 vote Thursday, Feb. 25, in the New Mexico House of Representatives and now moves … more
Las Cruces residents who host yard or garage sales are reminded that the City has ordinances regulating the frequency of such sales and posting of signs that advertise them. more
The City of Las Cruces would like to hear from you on the bicycling conditions in the City! more
Legislation to legalize marijuana passed the New Mexico House Taxation and Revenue Committee on an 8-4 vote Wednesday, Feb. 24, and now advances to a final vote on the House floor. more
The New Mexico House passed a $7.39 billion budget Wednesday, Feb. 24, that would increase spending by 4.6 percent, with much of that going to schools, health care and state employees. more
The New Mexico Department of Health has updated statewide COVID-19 map for the two-week period beginning Feb. 24, with 19 New Mexico counties at the Yellow Level and six at the Green Level, at which … more
COVID-19 NEW CASES: ONE-DAY COUNTS Current: Doña Ana County 70, NM 448; El Paso County 303, Texas 4,991; U.S. 70,768 Feb 2: Doña Ana County 123 NM 755; El Paso County 530; U.S. 155,629 Jan 5: Doña Ana County 116, NM 936; El Paso County 493; U.S. 196,386 Dec 3: Doña Ana County 113, NM 1,549; El Paso County 551; U.S. 199,988 Nov 9: Doña Ana County 146, NM 1,214; El Paso County 899; U.S. 130,441 more
Online registration at Las Cruces Public Schools for incoming Kindergarteners, the graduating Class of 2034, will be open beginning Monday, March 1 at www.lcps.net. more
New Mexico’s Human Services Department and Public Education Department partner to issue another round of Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) to students who qualify for free or reduced meal program and who continue remote or hybrid learning model for the 2020-2021 school year. more
As more students begin to transition to in-person learning, there will be many students throughout the district that will be utilizing school buses for their transportation needs. Given the increase for transportation, the meal distribution for all bus sites will end on February 25, 2021. more
Can COVID-19 infect bats in the Southwest? If so, how would it effect spread of the virus in humans? Those are among the questions two New Mexico State University professors and a researcher from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine hope to answer with a $200,000 National Science Foundation Rapid-Response Research grant. more
Thirty years ago, then U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Kevin Dasing and other members of the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment based at Fort Bliss in El Paso were on active duty in the Persian Gulf, part of Desert Storm, the coalition led by the United States that drove Iraq out of Kuwait. more
One of the most common reasons pets are surrendered to shelters is lack of affordable veterinary care. Due to cost and other barriers, pets in under-resourced communities often do not have access to basic care like spay/neuter services, vaccinations, dental care and other medical and preventive care. more
The Two- to Four-Year Pathway for Successful Transfer And Retention (STAR) of engineering students is a relatively new partnership between New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College to serve a common objective of getting more engineering-bound students into NMSU classrooms and successful, high-paying careers. more
With preparations underway for the first future astronauts to arrive at Spaceport America, Virgin Galactic has brought in Joe Rohde as a strategic advisor to help design and guide the overall experience. more
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