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The City of Las Cruces is accepting applications for its Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee is a management committee and not a public board. more
Want to see what bills the New Mexico Legislature passed during this month’s special session and what Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has signed, vetoed or not yet acted on? more
What’s the most unusual hobby you can think of in Las Cruces? How about bee rescuer? Long-time Las Cruces Potters Guild member Jan Archey and her husband, James, work with Dr. Chris Cramer, a professor in New Mexico State University’s Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, and his wife, Krista Michael, to rescue bees. more
There are a few days are left to enter the “Celebrating our Heroes” Virtual Electric Light Parade. more
These statistics include updates from Thursday, June 25, 2020. New Mexico 11,192 cases, 314,670 tests (3.557% pos), 485 died, 5,047 recovered, 135 hospitalized. June 24: 10,990 cases, 308,105 tests (3.567%), 480 died, 4,984 recovered, 149 hospitalized. more
International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking was scheduled for Friday, June 26, but the COVID-19 pandemic has put the kibosh on local plans to hold associated events. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation will use animation for the first time in a new ENDWI campaign at the end of June that also promotes the states COVID-19 safe practices. more
State Rep. Doreen Gallegos, D-Doña Ana, was awarded the Excellence in Education Award by the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce earlier this month. more
After a closed meeting on June 23, the Las Cruces City Council announced the five finalists to be considered for city manager. more
New Mexico 10,990 cases, 308,105 tests (3.567% pos), 480 died, 4,984 recovered, 149 hospitalized. June 23: 10,838 cases, 302,083 tests (3.59%), 476 died, 4,874 recovered, 141 … more
Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) delivers approximately seven billion gallons of safe, fresh, and clean water to residential and business customers each year. Occasionally, a customer calls in about a … more
Note: These statistics include updates from Tuesday afternoon, June 23, 2020. New Mexico 10,838 cases, 302,083 tests (3.59% pos), 476 died, 4,874 recovered, 141 hospitalized. June 22: 10,694 cases, 298,076 tests (3.59%), 469 died, 4,742 recovered, 139 hospitalized. more
A Juneteenth celebration was held by the New Mexico State University Black Student Association and Associated Students-NMSU on Friday June 19. more
Note: These statistics include updates from Monday afternoon, June 22, 2020. New Mexico 10,694 cases, 298,076 tests (3.59% pos), 469 died, 4,742 recovered, 139 hospitalized. more
Father’s Day festivities featured a car show at Village at Northrise, Sunday morning. more
Note: The information below includes updates from Friday afternoon, June 19, 2020. Daily statistics New Mexico 10,260 cases, 464 deaths. June 18: 10,153 cases, 456 deaths. more
To honor Las Cruces’ dads, grandfathers, and father figures the City of Las Cruces will host a virtual Father’s Day Celebration at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 21. The virtual event … more
Solstice Senior Living in Las Cruces invited caregivers and other essential health personnel to drop by the facility Thursday, June 18, to pick up a complimentary ready-to-go picnic for … more
LAS CRUCES – New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte was appointed by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler as one of 33 new members to serve on the Farm, Ranch, and Rural Communities Committee (FRRCC) Wednesday. more
When Las Cruces businesswoman Marci Dickerson started the nonprofit Revolution 120 (R-120), she and other organizers of the charitable venture had in mind a vehicle for assisting Las Cruces residents in their times of greatest need. more
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