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New Mexico’s population growth has slowed significantly in the last 10 years and that could be bad news for the state’s economy, two Las Cruces economists said. more
White Sands Missile Range gets a new commanding general more
Vaccinations (register at vaccineNM.org) May 19: 1,881,047 doses administered, 63.4% at least one dose, 52.9% fully vaccinated more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) announced May 14 New Mexico’s adoption of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) updated guidance on facemasks. more
The Las Cruces Fire Department’s Technical Rescue Team – along with representatives from Mesilla Valley Search and Rescue, the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police – helped rescue a group of 24 hikers who became separated, disoriented and stranded in the Organ Mountains on Sunday evening. more
The Las Cruces Convention Center (LCCC) was recently awarded a $250,000 At-Risk Convention Center Relief Program grant from the New Mexico Tourism Department. more
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has been awarded $20,000 by the New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) to establish an Outdoor Recreation Sprint business accelerator focused on starting and growing outdoor recreation businesses in southern New Mexico. more
This month, Oñate High School’s HOSA students– Future Health Professionals, formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America, won their third NMAA State Championship during the 2021 State Leadership Conference, held virtually. more
Las Cruces Public Schools has received approval from the New Mexico Department of Health to coordinate COVID-19 vaccinations for children between 12 and 15 years of age. more
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum held a small, private ceremony May 14 in place of its annual Blessing of the Fields procession. more
New Mexico State University history professor Jamie L. Bronstein, Ph.D., will share the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division’s (HPD) 2021 heritage publication award with Durwood Ball, Ph.D., of the New Mexico Historical Review. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department is accepting entries for lighted floats to participate in the 2021 Electric Light Parade. This year’s parade theme is “Stars and Stripes Forever!” more
Saputo Dairy USA, one of the largest cheese and dairy food producers in the U.S., has been awarded economic assistance in New Mexico to expand its Las Cruces manufacturing operations at the Las Cruces Innovation and Industrial Park. more
Under New Mexico Department of Health’s May 5 statewide Covid-19 risk assessment framework, Doña Ana County entered the turquoise level, which is the least restrictive, for the first time. more
Las Cruces Public Schools has partnered with Downtown Desert Yoga (DDY) since 2016 to help students and staff learn about and benefit from the practice of yoga -- a physical, mental and spiritual discipline that traces its origins to India more than 5,000 years ago. more
Lou Henson and his family continue to make a big impact on the Las Cruces and New Mexico State University communities. more
The Las Cruces City Council has awarded $400,000 in health-related public services funding to 16 Las Cruces-based nonprofits. more
The Anna Age Eight Institute (AAEI) moved from Northern New Mexico Community College to New Mexico State University in Las Cruces in 2020, making its permanent home in the city and county as it develops sustainable childhood resiliency programs. more
In another sign the pandemic is easing up, graduation ceremonies are returning this month. New Mexico State University will have graduation ceremonies this weekend (May 14-15), using a combination of … more
Las Cruces firefighters extinguished a fire that damaged a mobile home and caused relatively minor injuries to two occupants early Monday evening. Shortly after 5 p.m. Monday, May 10, Las Cruces … more
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