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The Las Cruces City Council has unanimously adopted a new fee schedule for the Las Cruces Museum System to provide uniformity in the fees it charges for camps, classes and programs.  more
If there was a ring at the Doña Ana County Government Building, it would be full of hats. More than three dozen candidates filed Tuesday, Aug. 27 to run for City of Las Cruces, Las Cruces school board and Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation District (DASWCD) Board of Supervisors positions on November’s ballot. more
“I remember the life and it’s grand,” Mesilla-Las Cruces icon J. Paul Taylor said a few days before celebrating his 99th birthday. more
Top public-school and higher education officials in Las Cruces agree: teaching employability skills and fostering workforce development should be a key focus not only at the university and community college level but also in K-12 classrooms across the school district. more
Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Gregory Ewing will no longer lead the district. more
This annual fund raising event helps support the programs at Mesilla Valley Hospice, it includes auction items, entertainment, and plenty of dishes to sample. The event was held at Las Cruces Convention Center on Saturday, Aug. 10 from 6 pm to 10 p.m. as some of the area’s most talented community leaders, business people, local celebrities, and supporters showcased their culinary skills. more
City officials cut the ribbon and opened Las Cruces’ new water quality lab (WQL) Friday, Aug. 2 at 2845 W. Amador Ave. more
Residents of Dona Ana county came together Monday night on the Plaza de Las Cruces to join in solidarity with the City of El Paso after an act of terrorism Saturday morning at a Walmart in El Paso that has left 22 victims confirmed dead. more
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima joined seven other mayors, most from cities in New Mexico, Arizona and Texas, for a meeting in El Paso July 11 on the crisis caused by the influx asylum seekers continuing to coming to the U.S. Mexican border and the impact it is having on Las Cruces, El Paso and other U.S. border cities. more
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