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Auto burglaries continue to be crimes of opportunity, so Las Cruces police are once again reminding drivers to remove valuables and lock doors before leaving their vehicles unattended. more
An Open House for the Airport Master Plan will be from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug.23 at Las Cruces International Airport, 8990 Zia Boulevard. more
More than 50 local children with special needs got drafted onto 10 teams that are part of the Warrior League of Las Cruces and will get to play tee ball this fall. more
“There’s magic in this town,” California-based 828 Productions CEO and founder Todd Lundbohm said Aug. 17, as he, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and local leaders announced 828 will … more
Country music rising star Frank Ray was in Las Cruces Wednesday, Aug. 17 to play some music at Picacho Middle School and bring awareness to the need for school supplies, which he and his crew brought … more
The following agenda will be considered by the Historic Preservation Commission during a public meeting held at the Las Cruces City Hall on Wednesday, August 17, 2022, at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council chambers. more
In 1989, Susan C. Brown, then director of the Center for Learning Assistance (CLA), saw a need to help low-income and first-generation students in grades nine-12 and applied for the first TRIO Upward Bound grant at New Mexico State University. more
Hundreds of Las Crucens, including local law enforcement officials and community leaders, participated in the Aug. 2 National Night Out celebration on Main Street in downtown Las Cruces. more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) students and their families are invited to one of several Welcome Back Fairs to be held at various DACC locations. more
The COVID-19 pandemic created a great number of challenges worldwide, but it also helped jumpstart the world of telehealth, where doctors and nurses can remotely treat patients via phone or the internet. more
Members of the "Friends of Gallagher Park" were recognized at a recnt Las Cruces City Council meeting with the Mayor's Citation for Community Service Award for ridding Gallagher Park of weeds without pesticides. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) announced in July that 75 high school and college students have been awarded scholarships that are managed by CFSNM. more
“People care about animals. It’s an issue that cuts across all kinds of demographics,” said Animal Protection New Mexico (APNM) Executive Director Elisabeth Jennings. more
The Las Cruces Police Department’s LCPD Cares Program is in its seventh month of operation, with two civilian community advocates working to strengthen the relationship between city police and … more
“It’s all about relationships,” said Renay Scott, Ph.D., who is New Mexico State University’s vice president for student success. Scott and other leaders at New Mexico … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department will lift restrictions on open burning effective 8 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 4. more
Students, parents, staff and members of the Las Cruces Public Schools community have a new, direct way to communicate with the district. The LCPS homepage now features a Public Input button on the center of the page. more
National Night Out – the annual event that promotes drug and crime prevention, strengthens community relations, and encourages neighborhood camaraderie – will be held Tuesday evening in Downtown Las Cruces. more
The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department Forestry Division announces the recission of the current Fire Restrictions Order #2022-02 on all non-municipal, non-federal, and non-tribal lands effective August 01, 2022. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., offers a variety of free computer literacy classes designed to help adults develop confidence in their computer skills and grow more comfortable in today's digital world. more
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