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The New Mexico State University Board of Regents swore in two new members and one returning member at its March 10 regular meeting. Former secretary of the New Mexico Department of Finance and … 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
New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) will open its doors to the public for the annual ACES Open House, 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, April … more
Student doctors at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) will provide free CPR training 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at BCOM, 3501 Arrowhead Drive, on the New Mexico State University … more
Unemployment in the City of Las Cruces was 3.1 percent in December 2022, down 1.5 percent from December 2021 and 1.8 percent lower than December 2019, City of Las Cruces economist Monica Torres, … more
At its March 6 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved resolutions creating an affordable housing loan fund and updating the city’s policy for naming and renaming city … more
Ray Jaramillo said his decision to resign March 9 from the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education was made in the “best interests of the district, the new superintendent, my fellow board … more
On her 16th birthday, May 28, 1944, Esther Basch was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Nearly 80 years later, on Sunday, March 26, Basch, now 94, will be in Las Cruces to tell … more
Animal Protection New Mexico (APNM) will offer a free horse gelding clinic for owners and guardians “who may have financial difficulty in paying for the procedure,” said APNM Digital … more
It is both the end of winter and the binning of spring, as the vernal equinox occurs at 3:24 MDT Monday, March 20. Astronomical spring begins with the equinox, which comes from the Latin word for … more
If it weren’t for the Irish, we probably wouldn’t have Halloween, and we certainly wouldn’t have St. Patrick’s Day. Halloween blossomed in the United States after large … more
The Las Cruces City Council recently heard the results of a semi-annual audit of the Las Cruces Police Department. At the council’s Feb. 27 work session, Theresa Magula of California’s … more
The City of Las Cruces is accepting applications for its Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), the city said in a March 6 news release. HPC evaluates and reviews implementation of the … more
Preliminary crime statistics from 2022 show a mixed bag for Las Cruces including a small decrease in total violent crimes and a 27 percent increase in overall property crimes led by residential … more
At its March 6 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved resolutions creating an affordable housing loan fund and updating the city’s policy for naming and renaming city … more
Military veterans and their families in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County are invited to participate in Veteran and Caregiver Survivorship and Estate Planning Summit #2, which will be held 9 … 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
Nora Barraza has not yet decided if she will run for a fourth four-year term as mayor of the Town of Mesilla. Barraza served eight years on the Mesilla Board of Trustees before being elected mayor … more
Las Cruces High School senior Neha Chellasamy has been named one of more than 5,000 candidates in the 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program (PSP), LCHS and PSP said in a news release. Neha 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
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