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Tombaugh Elementary fifth-grade cousins Gabriella Volpato, left, and Jamee-Lynn Pacheco have started a Kindness Club. In December, they donated socks and homemade cards to the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department for distribution to nursing homes. more
A 13-year veteran of the Las Cruces Police Department, Community Liaison Officer (CLO) Aaron Glymph, uses his position to interact and build relationships with people from all walks of life in the Las Cruces community. more
As part of a new Las Cruces initiative that connects classrooms with community partners, more than 350 students at Lynn Middle School are learning life and academic skills by making recycled projects, which will be showcased to the public through a virtual gallery starting March 17. more
A bill to provide more liquor licenses and allow for the home delivery of alcohol passed on a 41-27 vote Tuesday, Feb.23, in the New Mexico House of Representatives. more
Legislation to dramatically overhaul wildlife management in New Mexico proved to be too big not to fail. Senate Bill 312, sponsored by Sen. Jeff Steinborn and Rep. Nathan Small, both D-Las Cruces, failed to get out of the Senate Conservation Committee on a 6-6 tie vote Tuesday, Feb. 23. more
Las Cruces communities will have opportunities to provide public input on a proposed Master Plan Study for the Las Cruces Museum System. more
The Las Cruces City Art Board is guiding several high-profile public art projects to be completed in 2021 that will enhance the visual identity of two new facilities being built in Las Cruces and the Las Cruces City Hall lobby. more
The New Mexico House Appropriations and Finance Committee has completed work on a $7.39 billion budget for fiscal year 2022, passing it out of committee on a unanimous vote Monday, Feb. 22. more
Legislation to toughen penalties for the perpetrators and provide protection for the victims of human trafficking passed on a 63-3 vote Monday, Feb. 22, in the state House of Representatives. more
Update: 8:30 a.m. MST Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES – ONE-DAY COUNTS Feb 22 or 23: Doña Ana County 48, New Mexico 237; El Paso County 247; United States 50,462 more
Legislation to provide $200 million in grants to New Mexico small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic cleared the Senate on a 41-1 vote Friday, Feb. 19, for final passage. Pat Woods, R-Broadview, cast the one “no” vote. more
The New Mexico Senate has voted to remove a provision in the state’s minimum wage law that allows high school students to be paid at a lower hourly rate than their co-workers. more
New Mexico is falling behind other states in licensing and regulating driverless cars and trucks, and needs new laws to take advantage of the economic opportunities created by this new technology. more
Legislation intended to provide for greater transparency and thorough investigations following police shootings was held over Thursday in the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee. more
With the reopening of public schools scheduled for the next two weeks, the Las Cruces Police Department wishes to remind motorists to drive with caution especially when traveling near school zones and bus stops. more
Las Cruces resident Steve Newby and his wife spotted these Inca doves clustered together for warmth in a pinon tree near their front door. more
A program created by the City of Las Cruces to provide meals to low-income residents during COVID-19 and to give an economic boost to local restaurants during the pandemic will continue at least through Feb. 28, and possibly longer. more
Upcoming events related to Black History month continue through the end of February. more
Las Cruces Bulletin La Casa Inc., 800 S. Walnut St., is all about breaking the cycle of domestic violence, said Pamela Cisneros, event and volunteer manager for the sheltering/education facility. more
Doña Ana County Cooperative Extension Service is accepting applications for the 2021 Master Gardener program. Because of public health orders, the program will be conducted online. more
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