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The White Sands Missile Range Historical Foundation is partnering with the missile range to support its hall of fame (HOF), which is taking nominations. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, March 31. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) invested more than $1 million in local nonprofits and scholarship funds in 2020, CFSNM said in a news release. more
Jardin de los Niños – recently recognized as Bulletin’s Best favorite nonprofit – will hold a Champions for Children virtual gala on evening, Saturday, Feb. 27. more
After retiring from military service in 2005, Daniels graduated from the fire academy and joined LCFD in 2006. He has been a paramedic for 10 years and became battalion chief in 2015. more
Students from Las Cruces Academy parade on Calle de Mercado in celebration of Chinese New Year, Friday Feb. 12. more
“We’re looking forward to moving in the right direction,” Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo said during a Feb. 16 LCPS Board of Education meeting as she and other administrators presented a plan to re-open schools. more
Las Cruces playwright, actor and theatre teacher Monika Mojica will present “There’s A Nightmare in My Closet,” by Mercer Mayer, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, via Zoom. The … more
Update: 3:58 p.m. MST Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021 COVID-19 NEW CASES – ONE-DAY COUNTS Feb 18: Doña Ana County 96, New Mexico 411; El Paso County 313; United States 70,176 more
A years-long effort to establish a public bank in New Mexico took its first step forward Thursday, Feb. 18, on a 5-4 vote in the House Commerce and Economic Development Committee. more
Sonya Smith was confirmed as the state’s secretary of Veterans Services on a unanimous vote Wednesday, Feb. 17, becoming the first African-American woman to hold the position. more
Legislation to enshrine the right to hunt and fish into the state Constitution was blocked Tuesday, Feb. 16, by the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. more
Legislation to remove the protection of qualified immunity from public employees passed on a 39-29 vote following lengthy debate Tuesday, Feb. 16, in the New Mexico House of Representatives. more
A bill that would have set new standards for the use of water in oil and gas production was killed on a unanimous vote Monday, Feb. 15, in the New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee. more
A bill that would create a new liquor license for restaurants and allow for delivery of alcohol has advanced to the floor of the New Mexico House of Representatives floor after a 10-3 vote Monday, Feb. 15, in the House Taxation and Revenue Committee. more
Update: 9:15 a.m. MST Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021 Feb 15 or 16: Doña Ana County 21, New Mexico 200; El Paso County 150; United States 55,552 more
With two competing cannabis legalization bills under consideration, much of the debate Saturday, Feb. 13, in the House Health and Human Services Committee was about how – not whether -- to tax and regulate the legal sale of marijuana. more
The New Mexico Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is urging New Mexicans to be advised of potential severe winter weather beginning this weekend. more
What is being called a polar vortex is scheduled to threaten most of New Mexico with cold temperatures and the possibility of moisture beginning Sunday, Feb. 14. more
Legislation to shutter private prisons in New Mexico staggered out of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Feb. 10, following nearly four hours of debate, two amendments and one new committee referral that will greatly lessen its chances for success. more
School districts in New Mexico would be prohibited from establishing dress codes that restrict hairstyles or the wearing of cultural or religious headdresses under a bill that passed unanimously in the New Mexico House of Representatives on Thursday, Feb. 11. more
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