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LAS CRUCES, NM – The Doña Ana Sheriff’s Office is announcing limited in-person services, beginning Thursday, March 19th until further notice, in response to New Mexico Governor … more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 3:30 p.m. Mountain Time. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as … more
If team wins a basketball championship and there’s no one there to see it, did it really happen? In the case of the Las Cruces High School Bulldawgs, the answer is a resounding, Yes! more
“We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U. S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for more than seven decades. The Navy Seabees are personnel trained in both combat and the craft skills of the construction industry. more
Janet Quintanilla opened Sonoma Acupuncture Integrative Health last June in Sonoma Ranch Plaza, Suite 226 upstairs at 141 N. Roadrunner Parkway. more
Six Mayfield High School students will travel to Huntsville, Alabama, in April to represent New Mexico in the 26th annual NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge, perhaps better known as the “Moonbuggy Race.” more
The New Mexico Secretary of State’s office listed 54 candidates in 19 races for 13 seats in the New Mexico Legislature representing Doña Ana County and six races for county office. A total of 32 Democrats, 21 Republicans and one Libertarian filed for local offices in the June 2 primary, with winners advancing to the Nov. 3 ballot. more
Pollinators -- like bees, hummingbirds and butterflies -- keep the ecosystem of your garden healthy. Learn more about how to attract them with Claudette Harvell, from Wild Birds Unlimited, at the free Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) Lush and Lean Workshop on Thursday, March 19. more
Bill McCamley was in Las Cruces Friday to coach high schoolers about how to land jobs. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools will follow a three-week statewide school shutdown announced Thursday by the New Mexico Public Education Department. more
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima is eager for the city council to bring its next city manager on board. The city had 101 applicants for the position. more
A bill supporting New Mexico’s seniors, veterans and adults with disabilities has been signed into law by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. House Bill 225, the Kiki Saavedra Senior Dignity Fund, aids … more
Yesterday (March 12), Live Nation, the producer of Rage Against the Machine's comeback tour, announced the postponement of all March concerts. The plan is to resume touring in May or June after a … 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, and the public is advised to make plans accordingly by checking websites and calling ahead before planning activities or outings. more
Out of an abundance of caution, the U.S. Army made the decision to cancel this year's Bataan Memorial Death March scheduled for March 15, in response to the  COVID-19 threat. more
The 2020 Las Cruces International Film Festival had some moments where organizers were queasy,as several special guests dropped out at the last moment, several out of concerns about the coronavirus. … more
If he could have a conversation with her, the director of Doña Ana County’s domestic-violence prevention program would ask Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham “to shift the focus” to bring more … more
International Women’s Day is Sunday, March 8, and a recently formed Las Cruces group – The Association – highlights the impact of women who run local businesses and non-profits in our … more
The Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously at its March 2 regular meeting to spend $1.32 million from the city’s Telshor Fund to purchase 2.21 acres of land at 991 W. Amador Ave. The property, … more
Judging by the stock market, investors are starting to take the novel coronavirus seriously. As of this writing (Feb. 28), the market is down 12 percent from its all-time high two weeks before. This … more
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