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The Southwest Cannabis Trade Association (SCTA) will host its first annual Southwest Cannabis Convention 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, April 21, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University … more
Before she passed, the Queen of England launched a global initiative called the Queen’s Green Canopy, with a goal of planting trees throughout the world. Facilitated by the Town of Mesilla … more
“This is the kickoff for 2024, US Congress, second congressional district, Yvette Herrell for Congress!” That was the announcement former Congresswoman Herrell made April 10 to about … more
U.S. Rep. Gabe Vasquez of New Mexico’s District 2 came to Las Cruces Wednesday, April 5, along with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and U.S. Rep. Nanette Barragan of … more
Easter 2023 is Sunday, April 9. Easter (“Pascha” in Greek and Latin) is the “principal festival of the Christian Church, which celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the … more
“Yes!” Chief Flight Instructor Todd Christopherson said Thursday morning, March 16, as Sergio Orozco II touched down from his first solo flight, at Las Cruces International … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education announced Tuesday evening that Sherley O’Brien, the current Chief of Staff at LCPS, has been selected to serve as interim superintendent. … more
The New Mexico State University College of Arts and Sciences honored university and community members as stars of its 24 academic departments during a reception and awards program … more
Dharmahorse Equine Sanctuary will host a "Shade for Horses" fundraiser, 3-8 p.m., Saturday, April 1, at Woody's Gift Gallery, 309 E. Organ Ave. The horses at the sanctuary “live on a … more
There are only two grave markers in the old Picacho Cemetery located just outside Las Cruces near Shalem Colony and Fairacres and the names of fewer than 40 of the hundreds of children and adults … more
Hundreds of students, staff and visitors learned about countries and cultures from across the globe during New Mexico State University’s Around the World Festival, held on campus March 8 and … more
Brendan Fraser’s win for best actor at the 95th Academy Awards last Sunday night was especially sweet for Las Cruces film teacher, director, actor and screenwriter Ross Marks. Marks, a film … more
Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ralph Ramos announced his resignation today, saying his last day will be Friday, April 7. In a letter to staff and teachers, Ramos said he was resigning to … more
The Junior League of Las Cruces (JLLC) in conjunction with the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting for the grand opening of JLLC’s Little Free Library on the … more
Musicians, turn your amps to 11 and set your mixers to stun; Visit Las Cruces (VLC) wants to hear you turn your Las Cruces moments into a melody for its Love Song for Las Cruces … more
Demolition on the Trost built Country Club building in Las Cruces started sometime between 8 and 9 a.m. this morning, March 7. more
“Be kind. Make a difference,” the keynote speaker told student athletes being honored at New Mexico State University’s Sneakers and Suits Gala Feb. 21 at Stan Fulton Center on the … more
In 1930, Las Cruces and NMSU legend Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto, which was designated as the ninth and most distant planet in our solar system. more
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