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Las Cruces residents are still encouraged to take the Las Cruces Safe Promise and commit to keeping our community as safe as possible from COVID-19. Their promise can support the success of City businesses. more
The COVID-19 pandemic will prevent us from gathering for the annual Las Cruces Tree Lighting Ceremony this year. But it will not darken the tradition of City residents celebrating the holiday season by illuminating Las Cruces with thousands and thousands of Christmas lights. more
New cases: Doña Ana County 202 New Mexico 2,259; El Paso County 1,257; U.S. 178,945 Updated 8 a.m. MST Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020 more
Throughout the year, Yolanda Diaz can be found volunteering at the Cancer Aid Resource & Education (CARE) office of Las Cruces. Since 2009 she has been volunteering full-time for different organizations and found that the need to help local cancer patients was very prevalent in our community. more
Here's your chance to brighten someone's Christmas. Thanks to some help from Trail Life USA Troop 0146, you can give a gift to benefit someone at the La Casa domestic violence emergency shelter … more
The “Mask Up to Clean Up” City Council District 1 cleanup event has been postponed to a later date, due to the Office of the Governor’s shelter in place public health emergency … more
As plans for the rehabilitation of the Las Cruces Skate Park, 151 N. Walnut St., move forward, the community is reminded it can continue to provide input relating to the recommended options outlined … more
One-day count of new cases: Doña Ana County 438, New Mexico 2,897; El Paso County 672 Updated 8 a.m. MST Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020 more
This Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 26, is the 399th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving gathering, held in November 1621 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. more
Third in a series. Throughout November and into December, the Bulletin will present information on ways you can help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County during this holiday season. more
The Doña Ana County Historical Society (DACHS) is nearing completion of its Picacho Cemetery project, DACHS Secretary Jim Eckles said. more
Chinda Lucoski has been a caregiver for 40 years, since her daughter Alicia was a 1-year-old. With her experience taking care of a child, now adult, on the autism spectrum, Lucoski now is involved with a group supporting people with developmental disabilities and their caregivers. more
Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili’s first 60 days on the job have included “a whole lot of learning, a whole lot of listening.” Pili became city manager Sept. 8 and has now been joined in Las Cruces by his wife, Jenny Patterson Pili, and their eight children ages 4-17, (six girls and two boys), who are remotely learning in elementary, middle and high school. more
A true Las Cruces autumn includes handmade goods, orange pumpkins and red chile. more
Toys for Tots collection boxes are out. Nearly 100 U.S. Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots collection boxes are out and waiting for toys throughout Doña Ana County. more
City of Las Cruces personnel were spotted earlier this week putting up holiday decorations on the exterior walls of the Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center. more
AJ Narvaez, a third grader at J. Paul Taylor Academy (JPTA) in Las Cruces, is continuing his commitment to helping those in need. This year, he helped host a school-wide dessert drive to feed … more
At its Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 meeting the Las Cruces City Council approved a Resolution amending the City of Las Cruces’ 2019 Action Plan. Included in that action … more
The City of Las Cruces is formally announcing David Sedillo has been selected for promotion into the position of Public Works Director. Sedillo has been with the organization for more than 15 … more
The City of Las Cruces is requesting feedback from community members on the city’s Animal Control Ordinance.  Visit a city PowerPoint presentation at … more
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