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If you’ve expecting something that only happens “once in a blue moon,” get ready, ‘cause there’s a blue moon a’comin’. And this one is real special – … more
New Las Cruces Public Schools superintendent, Ignacio Ruíz, spoke to members of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce during a luncheon Thursday, Aug. 17. Ruíz said the … more
Earlier this year, we said goodbye to J. Paul Taylor, one of the most stalwart advocates for art, culture, and education in New Mexico’s history. He would have been 103 on Aug. 24. To celebrate … more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima and a contingent from Las Cruces recently visited Nienburg, Germany, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their Sister City partnership. Delegation members included Mayor … more
At its Monday, Aug. 21, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously passed a resolution declaring an abandoned property at 430 S. Main St. as “so ruined, damaged and dilapidated … more
The Bureau of Land Management began a 30-day public comment period on proposed adjustments to the Foothill Dolomite Mine Project. In 2021, the BLM approved American Magnesium, LLC’s request to … more
When C.W. “Buddy” Ritter bought the Double Eagle in 1983, the restaurant manager asked him, “Did the ghost come with the sale?” “What ghost?” Ritter asked. … more
“I relish being here because of the students,” Alan Shoho said. “I feel like I have a calling to be here.” Shoho joined NMSU April 17 as provost and chief academic … more
Las Cruces could be in for its driest monsoon season ever, but there is a “glimmer of hope” if current weather conditions deliver a “September surprise,” said National Weather … more
The Men Who Cook event held Saturday, Aug. 12 at the Las Cruces Convention Center, was a benefit event for Mesilla Valley Hospice. more
“Setting the Stage” event welcomes students to college adventure Aug. 13 at New Mexico State University. more
The new Casa de Peregrinos building, 999 W. Amador Ave., is directly in front of the old building, and includes a new roadway connecting Amador Avenue with the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) … more
Galactic 02 soon to be astronauts walk out to the Land Rovers to be taken to their journey to space., returning as astronauts Thursday, Aug. 9. The crew of Galactic 02 included three private passengers and three Virgin Galactic employees. Jon … more
As he was driving past Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) emergency food program’s new building on Amador Avenue one evening recently, Executive Director Lorenzo Alba stopped to admire progress. The … more
UPDATE, Thursday, Aug. 10 - The man struck and killed Sunday in Las Cruces by a northbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe train has been identified as 42-year-old Ryan Carl Hill.   Hill carried a … more
(Editor’s note: The Las Cruces Bulletin has received word that former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Delano Lewis has died. According to reports the Bulletin received, Lewis had been in care … more
The crossover bridge from Interstate 10 East to Interstate 25 North will be closed indefinitely, New Mexico Department of Transportation spokesperson Ami Evans told the Bulletin earlier this week, … more
ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) has joined NBCUniversal Local’s 2023 Clear the Shelters pet adoption and donation campaign, Tuesday, Aug. 1-Thursday, Aug. 31. This is the ninth … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department has taken additional measures to address a pesky fire at the City of Las Cruces Foothills Landfill off Sonoma Ranch Boulevard between Dripping Springs Road and Lohman … more
The start of the 2023-2024 school year was met with familiar challenges – bus delays, driver shortages and uncontrollable weather patterns.    more
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