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The Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces was again voted the state’s top farmers market in the American Farmland Trust and the Farmers Market Coalition 15 th annual America’s Farmers … more
The Doña Ana County Fire Department (DACFD) is on pace to respond to about 11,000 calls countywide in 2023, County Fire Chief Shannon Cherry told the Doña Ana County Commission at its … more
In addition to candidates for municipal offices, school boards and conservation districts on the Nov. 7 local election ballot, voters will consider a Doña Ana Community College (DACC) bond … 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 Biden administration announced that it is providing $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and is restarting a website allowing Americans to again order up to four free … more
The State Parks Division of the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) announces free day-use at all state parks and free fishing in recognition of National Public Lands and … 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
Participants in Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) emergency food program’s fifth annual Hunger Strike met Thursday morning to kick off this year’s event, and began a 24-hour fast. Hunger … more
Fall officially begins with the autumnal equinox at 12:49 a.m. MDT Saturday, Sept. 23. “Autumn” is a Latin word, apparently borrowed from the ancient Etruscans (they occupied Etruria … more
Mesilla Valley Community of Hope’s (MVCH) 2023 Tents to Rents fundraising campaign to move people from Camp Hope Tent City into their own apartments began Aug. 14 and officially ends in late … more
“We're expecting about 3,000 students and 800-plus adults for events this year,” Las Cruces Public Schools Safe Routes to School Coordinator Ashleigh Curry said about the school … more
The seventh annual Border Archives Bazaar “is a free, fun and educational event that showcases unique and historic archival materials from the border region,” the Border Regional Archives … more
From Lujan’s Bakery, a Las Cruces fixture since 1955, to Spaceport America, the Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local businesses, individuals, families and … more
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument (OMDPNM) has generated more than $234 million in economic impact since the monument was designated May 21, 2014, including $35 million in 2022. And … more
Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico, FYI+ (Families and Youth Innovations Plus) and Jardin de los Niños will host a screening of the film “Inherent Good,” followed by a … 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
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (TBML) and New Mexico State University are inviting residents to join them in learning the basics of preserving photographs in “Caring for Your Personal Legacy: … more
In payments to be made through 2037, the City of Las Cruces will receive more than $9.8 million as part of opioid litigation settlement with a dozen companies that made, sold or distributed opioid … more
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