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Days after the death of New Mexico State Police Officer Darian Jarrott, the president of the State Police Association released a video accusing the state Legislature of an “attack on law enforcement.” more
The New Mexico State University Chile Pepper Institute will host a special plant sale in celebration of Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, at the … more
A proposed constitutional amendment making clean air, water and land a fundamental right for all residents of the state, both current and future, has cleared its first hurdle with a 7-4 vote Monday, Feb. 8, in the Senate Rules Committee. more
A bill seeking to bolster the Lottery Scholarship Fund by allowing sports betting and table games at the state’s horse racing tracks was likely doomed the evening before The Feb. 8 meeting of the House Education Committee. more
Las Cruces residents are reminded they should register through the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) website if they want to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. more
A team of specialists and agents with the New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service will present a seven-week webinar series, “Coping with COVID Burnout,” offering strategies for managing chronic stress related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. more
COVID-19 NEW CASES – ONE-DAY COUNTS Feb 8 or 9: Doña Ana County 41, New Mexico 315; El Paso County 295; United States 92,739 more
As the 31st year since two children, their father and others were murdered at the Las Cruces Bowling Alley slips by, Anthony Teran, brother of Steve Teran who died that Feb. 10 with his daughters, … more
Legislators working to increase the number of restaurants in New Mexico that can serve alcohol are trying to find a “soft landing” for bar and liquor store owners who have invested their life savings to purchase liquor licenses. That’s proving to be hard to do. more
A bill sponsors say would set “nation-leading carbon reduction targets” passed in the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee on a 7-4 party-line vote Saturday, Feb. 6. more
Legislation requiring paid sick leave to be offered to all workers in New Mexico cleared its first committee Thursday, Feb. 4, after the sponsors of two different bills on the subject agreed to combine their efforts. more
Two bills by Republican lawmakers seeking to give the Legislature more authority over the public health regulations implemented by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham in response to the COVID-19 pandemic were rejected Tuesday, Feb. 2. more
A bill to equalize retirement pay for firefighters left the New Mexico Senate Health and Public Affairs Committee $30 million richer than when it arrived Wednesday, Feb. 3. more
Update: 8:30 a.m. MST Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021. COVID-19 NEW CASES – ONE-DAY COUNTS Feb 3 or 4: Doña Ana County 95, New Mexico 670; El Paso County 416; United States 114,234 Feb 1 or 2: Doña Ana County 42, New Mexico 487; El Paso County 296; United States 139,290 Jan 27 or 28: Doña Ana County 123, New Mexico 755; El Paso County 530; United States 155,629 Jan 25 or 26: Doña Ana County 68, New Mexico 494; El Paso County 654; United States 129,527 Jan 20 or 21: Doña Ana County 144, New Mexico 884; El Paso County 531; United States 185,070 Jan 18 or 19: Doña Ana County 48, New Mexico 628; El Paso County 496; United States 142,587 more
Through a number of local service projects that she initiated, a Las Cruces middle school student has discovered “how easy it can be to make a difference (and) put as much good into the world as possible.” Jubilee Simmons, 14, and a student at J. Paul Taylor Academy, is helping the homeless, people who are feeling down and a local animal shelter, among other projects. more
Connecting black students and the community more directly with African American history is one of the goals of Black History Month programming presented throughout February by NMSU Black Programs and the NMSU Black Student Association (BSA). more
Little libraries are popping up in neighborhoods around Las Cruces, and children and adults are taking, donating and reading books. Little food pantries will follow. more
PBS Newshour Student Reporting Labs (SRL) have named New Mexico State University student Xavier Dominguez as one of 20 under 20 storytellers of the year. more
The Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) of Las Cruces presented the SAR fire safety commendation medal to Las Cruces Fire Department Lt. Matt Hiles, and the SAR emergency medical services medal to LCFD firefighter/medic Eric Palma, Gadsden SAR President Done Williams said in a news release. more
During a Feb. 2 meeting of the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education, a presentation was made that outlined a plan to open classrooms to hybrid learning beginning Feb. 22. more
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