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At the request of community members, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will consider possibly renaming Oñate High School at a special meeting on July 14. more
As we proceed though the phases of reopening after the statewide shutdown, Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) is taking the pulse of the region. more
Lost a cat? Found a dog? Stray ferret frolicking about your garden? The City of Las Cruces has added a new map to its website that shows areas within the city where companion animals have been reported as strays. more
Due to dry-weather conditions in Las Cruces that are expected to continue through the Fourth of July holiday and worsening drought conditions across much of New Mexico, City of Las Cruces officials are urging Las Cruces residents to use fireworks safely. more
As 2019’s influx of asylum seekers and this year’s pandemic clearly demonstrate, the work of the Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) goes far above and way beyond fighting fires. more
For Dan Norris, Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) gas systems inspector, it was the end of the line this month as he and his gas crew finished the year-long construction phase of the Talavera 8-Inch High Pressure Gas Pipeline Extension project. more
NMSU President John Floros, Chief COVID-19 Officer (and NMSU Chancellor) Ruth A. Johnston and members of the NMSU COVID-19 Rapid Response Team discussed the NMSU Ready systemwide return-to-campus plan in a June 18 virtual town hall meeting. more
The National Endowment for the Humanities and the New Mexico Humanities Council are boosting “Virtual Learning Experiences” at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum with a $4,000 grant. more
Approximately 60 people attended a pro-police rally Saturday morning, June 27, at Albert Johnson Memorial Park. more
These statistics include updates from Wednesday, July 1, 2020. New Mexico 12,276 cases, 350,060 tests (3.51% pos), 500 died, 5,514 recovered, 127 hospitalized. June 30: 12,147 cases, 344,181 tests … more
SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday extended the state’s emergency public health order through July 15 and issued a severe warning about the risk of New Mexico being … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday, June 30, authorized an amended FY 2021 state budget, using her line-item veto authority to restore some legislative cuts … more
The Full Buck Moon occurs at 10:44 p.m. on Saturday, July 4, just as America celebrates its 244th birthday! more
Las Cruces performer Orlando Madrid and his new group, Trioism, perform Friday, July 3. more
On Monday, June 29, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed into law the Temporary Tax Waivers and Distributions bill. more
These statistics include updates from Tuesday, June 30, 2020. New Mexico 12,147 cases, 344,181 tests (3.53% pos), 497 died, 5,393 recovered, 127 hospitalized. June 29: 11,982 cases, 337,720 tests (3.55% pos), 493 died, 5,296 recovered, 119 hospitalized. more
The Parks and Recreation Department announced that the City of Las Cruces will celebrate Independence Day with the annual community Fourth of July Firework display starting at 9:15 p.m. Saturday, July 4. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Youth Services Section announces the 2020 Summer Recreation Program that will begin on Wednesday, July 15 and runs thru Friday, August 7. more
Whoever becomes the new Las Cruces city manager will inherit leadership of what the personal finance website WalletHub has listed as the fourth best run city in the United States. more
New Mexico 11,982 cases, 337,720 tests (3.55% pos), 493 died, 5,296 recovered, 119 hospitalized.         June 28: 11,809 cases, 331,048 tests (3.5768% pos), 492 … more
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