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The Hatch Police Department recently welcomed a newly appointed chief, Aurora Hernandez, who is officially the first Hispanic female chief to lead law enforcement in the Doña Ana County … more
It’s a new year and a new look for Doña Ana County. On March 25, Doña Ana County unveiled a new logo and seal after the Board of County Commissioners approved the designs on … more
Attorney Jannette Mondragón was appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to fill a vacant seat on the Doña Ana County Magistrate bench, the governor’s office announced Friday. … more
The city of Las Cruces maintains it did not violate the Open Meetings Act in deciding, outside of an official meeting, how to proceed with a city manager search. more
The Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s annual Casa for a Cause event distributed $145,000 to 26 local nonprofit organizations this year. The project, formerly known as the Anniversary House … more
New Mexico State University regents tapped Monica Torres, chancellor of the university’s community colleges, as its second consecutive interim president Thursday, with the prospect of leading … more
A 17-year-old high school student who spoke harshly in public comments at a meeting of Alma d’Arte Charter High School’s governing board found himself in an encounter with Las Cruces … more
The interim president of New Mexico State University appointed a new provost last week following the resignation of Provost Alan Shoho. Shoho, who had been provost and chief academic officer … more
Las Cruces announced it had made a tentative offer to the assistant city manager to succeed Ifo Pili. more
Last month, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed House Bill 171, updating graduation requirements for secondary school students across New Mexico. It was the first update since 2007. more
Each year, on the third Friday in March, medical students preparing to graduate join tens of thousands of others across the country in finding out where they will be placed for their residency … more
On a unanimous vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved the purchase of land near the Field of Dreams sports complex during a meeting on March 18. According to the agreement, the city will … more
Las Cruces narrowed its search for its next city manager to three internal candidates Tuesday. more
A well-known business owner and philanthropist in Las Cruces with many awards to her credit soon will receive another prestigious award from the Las Cruces International Film Festival. Wanda … more
Las Cruces police responded Monday evening to a complaint of disorderly conduct at the Alma d’Arte Charter High School. A lone officer walked into a public meeting of the governing board, where … more
A federal initiative helping more than 68,000 low-income homes in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District pay for the internet has begun winding down. That’s because Congress has not … more
Soroptimist International’s Las Cruces chapter announced more than $10,000 in Live Your Dream Education and Training awards to 10 women from New Mexico and west Texas. Cinthia Mullen of … more
White Sands Missile Range is revving up for the 35th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March on Saturday, March 16. More than 5,000 people are signed up to participate in the memorial march conducted … more
Private education recently became a bit more accessible at one Las Cruces school through a partnership with a national organization’s partial tuition scholarship program. Early this year, … more
A jury voted not to convict a Mesilla Park woman whose son was mauled to death by foster dogs in 2021. Danika Jackson, 35, was found not guilty by a jury on one count of abandonment of a child … more
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