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The Aggies’ new men’s basketball coach, Jason Hooten, sat down with Mike Cook of the Las Cruces Bulletin to talk about his arrival at NMSU, and the job before him. Jason Hooten … more
Las Cruces Public Schools begins the 2023-24 school year Wednesday, July 19, as the school district continues its year-round school calendar. Kindergarten, sixth- and ninth-grade students return … more
Doña Ana Community College Automotive Program has received full re-accreditation from the Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation (ASE), DACC said in a news release. The … more
A federal program launched during the pandemic helps low-income families pay their monthly internet cost – sometimes covering the whole bill. But many people across Southern New Mexico are … more
Mesa Middle School seventh grader Natalia Acosta-Briones earned first place at the 2023 National Spanish Spelling Bee (NSSB) held July 1 in El Paso. After five hours of spelling competition, a tie … more
As United States Army soldiers – including Buffalo Soldiers, the Black infantry who were among the most decorated soldiers in the American Frontier Wars – abandoned Fort Selden in 1891, … more
The schedule is set for the annual City of Las Cruces 4th of July Celebration, the city said in a news release. All events are free and open to the public. Monday, July 3 7:30 p.m.: … more
The Doña Ana County Historical Society (DACHS) was formed in 1963 to help preserve historic Fort Selden north of Las Cruces. That preservation effort consumed the first 10 years of … more
The target flight date for Virgin Galactic’s first commercial spaceflight, Galactic 01, is  June 29, from Spaceport America. The three-person crew from the Italian Air Force and … more
As Las Cruces and much of the rest of the country endure extreme summer temperatures, it is important to be aware of the potential for heat illnesses and how they can be avoided, said a Las Cruces … more
“Heat is a health and safety risk,” City of Las Cruces Sustainability Officer Lisa LaRocque told the Las Cruces City Council during its June 26 work session. “Urban heat” … more
On a hot June 21 morning in northeast Las Cruces, homebuilders, friends and dignitaries broke ground for the 6th Annual Casa for a Cause, formerly known as the Anniversary House, built this year by … more
“It’s hard to believe we’re actually here and it’s actually built,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said June 15, shortly before cutting the ribbon to open the Las Cruces … more
“We pay tribute to their indomitable spirit,” New Mexico State Sen. Harold Pope Jr. of Albuquerque said after attendees at the Doña Ana County NAACP’s Juneteenth banquet … more
The 2023 Spaceport America Cup is happening this week, June 19-24, in Southern New Mexico. Launch days can be watched live-stream on the Experimental Sounding Rocket Association YouTube page. more
Registration is now open for 2023-24 Las Cruces Public Schools kindergarten classes, the school district said in a news release. Children who are at least 5 years of age by Sept. 1 are eligible … more
“I am so excited, it has been an unreal experience, I keep feeling like I’m watching someone else’s life but it’s my life,” Jamila Gilbert, Virgin Galactic … more
Nusenda Credit Union (NCU) has signed an agreement to acquire Western Heritage Bank (WHB), a state-chartered bank headquartered in Las Cruces, the credit union said in a news release. When … more
“I can’t wait until everyone hears this,” Assistant City Manager Ikani Taumoepeau said Wednesday evening, May 31, just before Visit Las Cruces (VLC) unveiled its new slogan: … more
The City of Las Cruces has more than 45,000 natural gas customers in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County, city Utilities (LCU) Director Adrienne Widmer told the Las Cruces City Council at its May … more
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