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During her 24 years as director of Chicano Programs at New Mexico State University, Laura Gutierrez-Spencer worked to change perceptions and perspectives. more
As springtime hit in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic also swept across the globe. All of a sudden, restaurants closed and schools stood empty. Farmers lost their markets, and fresh food rotted in the fields. more
Virgin Galactic, the primary tenant at Spaceport America, has passed the chief executive officer reins to a former Walt Disney Company executive, Michael Coglazier, effective July 20. more
Small business, farming and ranching, the film industry and community colleges are at one end, and the medical system, public schools, national banks, the mining industry and the courts are at the other in a 2020 survey of the industries most and least favored by New Mexicans. more
Socially distanced graduation parades and livestreamed weddings are becoming normal, as humans find new ways to connect during COVID-19. more
Bravo Mic Communications’ family of radio stations have changed their annual school supply initiative to match the changes for the coming school year at Las Cruces Public Schools. “We … more
The Las Cruces City Council will conduct a Special Meeting, by video conference, at 9 a.m. Friday, July 24. The council will consider adoption of a resolution to implement the Las Cruces Safe … more
Keep Las Cruces Beautiful now has help from the community despite COVID-19 and the public health restrictions associated with the pandemic as community groups and individuals have stepped up to fill … more
COVID-19 Statistics (Updates for Tuesday, July 21, 2020) New Mexico 17,517 cases, 481,531 tests (3.638% pos), 588 died, 6,870 recovered, 154 hospitalized. July 20: 17,215 cases, 476,497 tests (3.613%), 578 died, 6,814 recovered, 154 hospitalized. more
New Mexico State University is among the institutions participating in a three-year National Science Foundation-funded project to promote cyber expertise among research universities and other organizations in the Southwest. more
July summer heat continues but the summer heat survey is ending soon. more
George and Amanda Vescovo, and the Vescovo Toyota team, have been continual supporters of the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) through multiple fund raisers, volunteerism on the board of directors, and as donors through a Donor Advised Fund. more
Fifth Judicial District Judge Raymond L. Romero of Carlsbad on Monday, July 20, issued a temporary restraining order that stops state enforcement of a public health order issued June 30 that bans New … more
COVID-19 Statistics (Updates for Monday, July 20, 2020) New Mexico 17,215 cases, 476,497 tests (3.613% pos), 578 died, 6,814 recovered, 154 hospitalized. July 19: 16,971 cases, 469,215 tests … more
Parents and families of students in the Las Cruces Public School district are invited to a question and answer webinar hosted by LCPS Superintendent Dr. Karen Trujillo. The 90-minute session will be … more
In New Mexico, all children enrolled in school from kindergarten to grade 12 have to have their vaccinationS said Shawna Bailey, Coordinator of Health Services for Las Cruces … more
There won’t be a dragon in the lake this year, but Magellan will come roaring back bigger and better than ever in 2021. more
COVID-19 Statistics (Updates for Friday, July 17, 2020) New Mexico 16,456 cases, 452,298 tests (3.64% pos), 565 died, 6,654 recovered, 166 hospitalized. July 16: 16,138 cases, 443,368 tests (3.64%), 562 died, 6,578 recovered, 170 hospitalized. more
It’s not too late for New Mexico farmers and ranchers to apply for financial relief as a result of impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. more
National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) is producing a free, virtual “Giving in July” concert on Facebook to replace its annual “Stem to Stone Rally in the Valley” weekend event in Maine. more
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