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SANTA FE – The Human Services Department is pleased to announce that New Mexico families who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are now able to use an Electronic … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This information is current as of Wednesday afternoon, May 20, 2020.)   Daily statistics New Mexico: May 20: 6,317 cases, 283 deaths. May 19: 6,192 cases, 276 … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This information is current as of Tuesday afternoon, May 19, 2020.)   Daily statistics New Mexico: May 19: 6,192 cases, 276 deaths. May 18: 6,096 cases, 270 … more
The New Mexico Secretary of State’s office said 3,241 Doña Ana County voters had voted early in the June 2 primary as of Tuesday morning, May 18, including 2,055 Democrats (1,500 by … more
On May 21, the Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks will be marking the 6-year anniversary of the designation of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument with a virtual celebration via … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This information is current as of Monday afternoon, May 18, 2020.)   Daily statistics New Mexico: May 18: 6,096 cases, 270 deaths. May 17: 5,938 cases, 265 deaths. … more
At a May 18 meeting, the council also approved an FY2021 city budget of $414.1 million, which includes the general fund, debt service, money for capital projects, enterprise funds and other … more
 Las Cruces Public Schools is mourning the loss of a longtime educator, principal, leader and friend. Jed Hendee, 49, passed away Saturday evening after battling glioblastoma multiforme … more
I enjoy planting and growing a vegetable garden. My parents always did, and provided fresh, delicious food and saved a bunch of money. more
Area business owners using new strategies to find customers during the COVID-19 pandemic are being featured in a program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center and the City of Las Cruces that will help shine a light on local businesses, Arrowhead Center said in a May 5 news release. more
COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service (CES) from continuing to provide services and outreach in every corner of New Mexico, including Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. more
The Las Cruces City Council has been working to ensure all Las Cruces residents have their basic needs met since they have been impacted by the effects of the statewide Public Health Order caused by COVID-19. more
At the Corralitos Regional Landfill, a big “Shark” is laying waste to a very tiring stacked eyesore: thousands of used tires. The South Central Solid Waste Authority (SCSWA) has rented a TANA Shark shredder, which is ripping its way through the old trashed tires set aside at the landfill. more
BCOM graduates first class online. 133 medical students in the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine’s first ever graduating class earned doctor of osteopathic medicine degrees during online ceremonies held Friday, May 8. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has had major effects on almost all businesses. The Bulletin reached out to Chad Getz of Getz Funeral Home to ask about operations in his industry during the pandemic. more
The Bulletin asked two NMSU graduates about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives and about their future plans. Here are the responses from Rawan Elaksher (RE) and Maria Valenzuela (MV), thanks to NMSU Media Relations Officer Minerva Baumann. more
A total of 16 local non-profit organizations will share in $400,000 for health-related, public-service programs for fiscal year 2021-22, the city has announced. more
Alice Carruth has been in New Mexico for six years, having arrived with her husband who came here to work at White Sands Missile Range. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) continues to seek donations and award funds to help local residents and organizations during the public health emergency. more
Hummingbirds are native to the Americas, and there are nearly two dozen varieties making their homes in the desert Southwest. more
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