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Changing sleep patterns in the time of the coronavirus are creating some interesting and strange images in the minds of some people. Individuals have reported vivid and memorable sleep journeys. Some … more
At a special Las Cruces City Council meeting on Friday, May 8, Mayor Ken Miyagishima said he will issue an emergency proclamation mandating that people coming to vote early at Las Cruces City Hall … more
Personal finance website WalletHub said 33.5 million Americans have lost their jobs as of May 6 because of COVID-19, and that New Mexico’s unemployment rate increased 2,324 percent April 2020 … more
Gordon Fire Location: two miles south of Rancho Grande Subdivision, Reserve Ranger District, Catron County, NMStart Date: May 7, 2020 Size: ~ 10-12 acres Cause: Under … more
The Bulletin emailed more than a dozen local nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior living centers and long- and short-term care facilities to ask them for information about the precautions and protocols they have in place to deal with COVID-19. Here are the responses we received. more
Nearly 20 species of hummingbirds (there are about 300 total in the Americas) make their homes in Las Cruces and are already returning to the Southwest. The most popular breeds locally are … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This information is current as of approximately 4 p.m. MDT Wednesday, May 6, 2020.)   Sources include New Mexico Department of Health … more
Face coverings ordered by governor During a May 5 news conference, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued these orders regarding wearing masks to stop the spread of COVID-19: Effective May 6: … more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is expanding its books by mail program to all patrons during the COVID-19 closure. Patrons can place holds on library materials through the library’s online … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: This information is current as of approximately 4:15 p.m. MDT Monday, May 4, 2020.)   Daily statistics New Mexico: May 4: 4,031 positive test results, 156 deaths, … more
“It wasn’t supposed to end this way,” said Jessica Woodard, my daughter, who was in her second year as a Peace Corps volunteer (PCV) in the Dominican Republic, just six weeks away … more
New Mexico’s first-ever pollinator protection license plate is now available through the state Motor Vehicle Department (MVD), Wild Friends, an Albuquerque-based civics education program said … more
Las Cruces’ and Doña Ana County’s award-winning recycling program has some important upgrades in the works. Recognized as the best recycling program in the United States … more
A quick drive up toward the county’s solid-waste collection center at Hill, north of Las Cruces, shows the frustration that some county residents may have when encountering a … more
Q&A with NMSU Government Professor Christa Slayton, regarding the June 2 Primary. Bulletin: What impact do you think the state Supreme Court’s ruling against an all-mail ballot for the … more
Reporter’s note: City of Las Cruces Deputy Director Rebecca Slaughter and Museum Administrator Jennifer Robles assisted with this story.   The governor’s stay-at-home order … more
As we continue to fight COVID-19, it has been so encouraging to see the outpouring of support from Las Cruces and Doña Ana County for Memorial Medical Center. We have always striven to be a … more
The majority of the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum’s staff is working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, said museum Communications Manager Craig Massey. “We are staying … more
Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) high school principals have joined forces to create a memorable graduation celebration May 21 and 22 for the more than 1,600 graduates who are part of the class of … more
In response to an emergency request from the mayor of Gallup, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham invoked the state’s Riot Control Act at noon Friday, May 1, authorizing her to enact further temporary … more
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