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Passengers and customers of RoadRUNNER Transit and Dial-A-Ride services are reminded that a federal requirement to wear a mask while riding public transportation services in Las Cruces remains in effect until at least April 18, 2022. more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) continues to urge people to seek vaccines and boosters as the two-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 cases reported in New Mexico is observed this week. Two years into the global pandemic that has taken the lives of millions, more than 7,000 COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in New Mexico, and the number continues to climb. more
Online registration for Las Cruces Public Schools students will open Monday, March 14 for incoming Kindergarteners for the 2022-2023 school year, as well as students who need to update their address, phone number, email address or emergency contacts. more
It is all thanks to Dr. Harry P. Mera and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) that New Mexico consistently ranks as having the United States’ best and most beautiful state … more
“The state of the city is strong,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said March 2, as he reported on issues the City of Las Cruces dealt with in 2021 and his goals for 2022. “This is a … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed Senate Bill 140, the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship Act, making college tuition-free for most New Mexicans and establishing the most wide-reaching tuition-free scholarship program in the United States. more
The City of Las Cruces is advancing the use of electric vehicles (EVs) with the installation of eight ChargePoint Level 2 chargers at seven sites in Las Cruces. more
Sunrise Elementary School student Natalia Acosta-Briones won the Las Cruces Public Schools 2022 Spanish Spelling Bee held Feb. 17 in the LCPS Performing Arts Center at Organ Mountain High … more
The New Mexico State University Police Department issued an alert this morning to the NMSU campus community warning of at least two different callers identifying themselves as police officers and … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) Covid-19 homebound vaccination program ended March 1, LCFD said in a news release. more
Good afternoon, everyone. Bienvenidos todos. Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you today. more
After two years of introspection, filmmakers have put the Covid experience to work for them by addressing some very emotional but widespread issues. As filmmaker Kati Boland said, she developed her … more
The Las Cruces City Council will vote March 7 on an ordinance approving zone changes on 75 acres of land generally known as the former Las Cruces County Club property. If approved, the ordinance … more
Returning to the site where their predecessors help defeat Pancho Villa, the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of El Paso will visit Columbus on Saturday, March 5. The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club … more
This morning at the Las Cruces Public Schools Teaching and Learning Center, more than 30 students with aspirations to become a teacher received hands on training to become an educator. more
Residents are reminded the City of Las Cruces has distributed at-home COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test kits as part of a joint distribution plan that includes the Doña Ana County Health and Human Services Department. more
Premier Medical Group, the company contracted to host COVID-19 test sites at Las Cruces Public Schools campuses, says testing locations at Vista Middle School and Zia Middle School will close after Friday, Feb. 25. more
Friday, Feb. 25 will mark one year since Las Cruces Public Schools lost its leader and superintendent, Dr. Karen Trujillo. In a year’s time, LCPS has mourned her death while welcoming … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Now in its 13th year La Tienda de Jardin, “a unique boutique,” is going strong, with a substantial inventory of gently used women’s clothing … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin CB, a 7-month-old golden retriever, can open a latched door, and she also can close it with her nose, so the door doesn’t get scratched. CB can turn a … more
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