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The Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously at a Monday, June 8, special meeting to approve a resolution that “encourages the general public to use face coverings in accordance with … more
With all states having at least partially reopened since health orders mandated closings in response to COVID-19, New Mexico continues to be one of the country’s most restricted states, … more
The Doña Ana County Democratic primary in county commission district four may trigger an automatic recount because the top two finishers were separated by only 24 votes. The New Mexico … more
Location: Uvas Mountains on BLM Land, approximately 11 miles SW of Hatch, NM and 18 miles N of Interstate 10between Deming and Las Cruces, NM. Date detected: June 6, 2020 at 3:41 pm Cause: … more
(This information is current as of Monday afternoon, June 8, 2020.) Daily Statistics (June 8 updates, including El Paso County but not including state of Texas as a whole) New Mexico: 9,062 … more
Citizens Bank of Las Cruces has approved about 10 percent of all the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans made in New Mexico, a top bank official said. And, “the money is going to small businesses which is where it needs to go.” more
Sparks fly as crews cut off large, metal nubs in the floor of the pit of the South Central Solid Waste Authority (SCSWA) Amador Avenue Transfer Station. more
Paper wasps (family Vespidae, genus Polistes) are building nests around Las Cruces under the eaves of houses and in other protected areas. more
Who wouldn’t swoon for a full moon in June? It’s the Full Strawberry Moon that fills the sky, officially peaking at 1:12 p.m. MDT Friday, June 5. more
An assessment of the community’s behavioral health system shows there are a lot of gaps to fill, but a new coalition of providers, nonprofits, local governments and other interested groups and individuals is working together with a vision of restoring and enhancing services throughout Doña Ana County. more
Russell Bell, 70, moved to Las Cruces from Waterloo, Iowa, which he said is the most racist place he’s ever lived. more
The Las Cruces City Council has unanimously passed a resolution creating the Las Cruces Economic Recovery Ad Hoc Board. more
Mountain View Market Cooperative (MVMC) – a longtime Las Cruces staple for local, natural, and organic foods, produce and wellness supplements – has adapted to COVID-19 with enhanced … more
Electronic Caregiver (ECG), a national health technology company based in Las Cruces, has hired former Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Intel executive Mark Francis as its chief digital health … more
(This information is current as of Friday afternoon, June 5, 2020.)   Daily statistics (June 4 updates) New Mexico: 8,672 cases, 387 deaths. June 4: 8,353 cases, 383 … more
Sánchez-Maes was the 2020 Mayfield valedictorian and honor graduate. “Now that I've graduated, I'll be participating in Google's Computer Science Summer Institute, a summer program … more
(This information is current as of Thursday afternoon, June 4, 2020.)   Daily statistics (June 4 updates) New Mexico: 8,353 cases, 383 deaths. June 3: 8,140 cases, 375 … more
We send our deepest condolences to the family of Mr. George Floyd. His life should not have been taken under the knee of one who took the oath to serve and … more
(This information is current as of Wednesday afternoon, June 3, 2020.)   Daily statistics (June 3 updates) New Mexico: 8,140 cases, 375 deaths. June 2: 8,024 cases, 367 deaths. … more
Publisher Richard Coltharp: Every election brings a lot of interesting numbers. Among the more puzzling numbers are the ones that show how many registered, eligible voters did NOT vote. In … more
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