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Teachers looking to join Las Cruces Public Schools will have the opportunity to meet with Human Resources personnel at a job fair Friday, April 3, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the administration offices … more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 44,183 March 24, to 54,453 March 25. There have been 737 deaths. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico and United Way of Southern New Mexico have launched a Nonprofit Emergency Fund to support nonprofit organizations that experience loss of funds due to the COVID-19 health pandemic. more
New Mexico’s Aging and Long Term Services Department (ALTSD) leadership acknowledged the wonderful community partners throughout the state who have stepped up to assist our senior and … more
SANTA FE – Given the current public health crisis and the need to communicate critical information directly to as many New Mexicans as possible, the state of New Mexico will use an emergency … more
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health on Wednesday announced the state’s first death related to COVID-19. Per the state Department of Health, a male in his late 70s in Eddy … more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 33,404 March 23, to 44,183 March 24. There have been 544 deaths. more
Regardless whether you’re quarantined at home, still working or somewhere in between, there are everyday things you’ll have to continue doing in the world. more
Recycling is good for your conscience and good for the planet, but it’s not always easy. Pizza boxes spring to mind. They’re cardboard, and that’s recyclable, right? Wrong. … more
As always, we continue to receive exceptional support from the Las Cruces community, and our personnel remain committed to providing the best public safety services they can. Las Cruces residents … more
Close readers of The Bulletin’s news section will notice something missing from the March 27 edition: The Coming Up news-and-events calendar. The number and scope of cancellations related to … more
SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court today ordered a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency.   Under the Court’s … more
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham today executed a new public health order which suspends operations of businesses and nonprofits considered nonessential. The order also limits the size of gatherings to five people. more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 3:30 p.m. Mountain Time, Friday, March 20. The news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as needed.) more
“Commercial goods transported on trains and trucks won’t be affected” by the joint U.S.-Mexico decision to partially close the border between the two counties, Border Industrial Association President Jerry Pacheco of Santa Teresa said in a March 20 email message. more
Live Your Dream education grants recently were awarded to three Las Cruces women by Soroptimist International of Las Cruces. Winners were Domonique Janelewis, Christen Sanchez and Paola Viramontes. more
The Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation (STCF) presented a check for $1,610 to fifth-grade students at Riverside Elementary School in Sunland Park. more
When Camino Real Middle School (CRMS) eighth grader Joshua Jones arrived at Bowie High School in El Paso March 6, he was among more than 150 students waiting to compete in the 2020 El Paso Regional Spelling Bee. more
While Las Cruces grapples with how to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, government agencies and businesses are adopting their own strategies and contingencies. The landscape is shifting quickly, … more
Beth Miller, a self-described “businesswoman with strong ties to her district” has announced her candidacy for the state house seat in district 33. Her announcement is as … more
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