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Saturday, Oct. 14, New Mexicans will be able to witness a solar eclipse and should be aware of the steps they can take to protect their eyesight if they want to view the event.  Solar … more
It is such a powerful phenomenon, this combination of date and day of the week that occurs at least once a year (including this Friday) has its own designated phobia, slasher-movie franchise and a … more
A bright yellow T-shirt hung silently at last year’s “Project Clothesline” event at New Mexico State University. The tiny words “I wasn’t heard,” written in … more
When Las Cruces artists start gathering their paint and brushes, needle and thread, baubles and beads, glue guns and even their 3D-printer supplies, it must mean some kind of magic is going to … more
With eight food stations featuring dishes like shrimp with chimichurri sauce, Yucatan tacos, pollo al Ajillo and Coconut mango panna cotta, the 2023 Dress the Child fundraising dinner promises to be … more
Fabiola Cabeza de Baca, the first Spanish-speaking agent to serve in New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service who became one of the state’s foremost educators and … more
The War Eagles Air Museum at Dona Ann Airport to host historic World War II aircraft.  The C-47A Skytrain troop transport named That’s All, Brother is the airplane that led the … more
The Casa Auto Group has acquired Borman Autoplex, effective Sept. 20. The dealership, at 470 W. Boutz Road, will be called Casa Autoplex, and include Hyundai, Honda, Ford and Mazda vehicles. … more
Celebrating Diez y Seis de Septembre, aka Mexican Independence Day, in Mesilla a parade made its way through the town on Saturday, Sept. 16. more
Las Cruces firefighters recognized the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the United States with a commemorative bell ringing ceremony and memorial stair climb. Beginning at … more
Las Cruces firefighters will recognize the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the United States with a commemorative bell ringing ceremony and memorial stair climb, the Las Cruces Fire … more
Virgin Galactic’s Galactic 03 flight window opens Friday, Sept. 8, continuing a monthly cadence of spaceflights. This would be the Company’s fourth spaceflight in four months. The … more
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson died Friday night, Sept. 1, at his summer home in Chatham, Massachusetts at age 75. No cause of death given. more
Since people heard about the today’s closing of Day’s Hamburgers everyone, it seems, has a story about the restaurant that’s been a fixture in Las Cruces since 1932. … more
A total of 63 candidates filed Tuesday, Aug. 29, to run in nearly 40 local races across Doña Ana County, including the mayors, city and town councilors and trustees, school board members and … more
There will be nearly 40 races on the Tuesday, Nov. 7, local election ballot in five Doña Ana County municipalities, three school districts and five conservation districts. Candidates must … more
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
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