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On the occasion of Barbara “Mother” Hubbard’s 95th Birthday, July 12, she announced a date for her birthday party. On Oct. 19 at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, a … more
Green Cool Paint* Bicycle Lanes will be installed within existing bicycle lanes to lower surface temperatures by reflecting more of the sun’s energy to produce cooler surface temperatures on the asphalt. more
The New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association and others announced today that they have settled the lawsuit filed to prevent the United States Forest Service from shooting cattle from a helicopter … more
On Thursday, June 30, Doña Ana County dedicated its BMX Pump track park in Chaparral at the Delores C. Wright Community Center. more
What do Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, Kelsey Grammer, Dolph Lundgren, Kate Bosworth, Ryan Philippe and Ving Rhames have in common? They’ve all be in Las Cruces in the past 14 months filming major motion pictures. more
Chess players from kindergarten age to 82, including beginners and champions, gathered June 24 on the seventh floor of the Electronic Caregiver (ECG) tower in downtown Las Cruces for ECG’s first ever International Chess Tournament, which was open to the community. more
It was a meeting of the minds – and hearts – as leaders from the City of Las Cruces, the local faith-based community and nonprofits continued their conversation June 30 at City Hall about ways to close gaps in services for people struggling with homelessness and poverty. more
Thursday, June 30, was filing day for write-in candidates for offices that will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot in New Mexico. One Republican candidate filed in Doña Ana County to run for state representative. more
The Hub community bike shop mechanic Hal Ruzal can build and repair bicycles. He also likes to ride them. Ruzal, 68, has ridden a bike across the continental United States four times since 1980 and estimates he has logged more than 400,000 miles on a bike. more
 A pair of Levi’s, $68 and a broken nose.  That’s what the winner of New Mexico State University’s first rodeo received, as reported in archived issues of The Round … more
Las Cruces Public Schools begins the 2022-23 school year Wednesday, July 20, as the school district moves to a year-round school calendar that adds 10 days of instruction, reduces the summer break … more
The average monthly energy bill in New Mexico is $377, which makes it the least energy-expensive state in the United States, second only to the District of Columbia, according to a July report from wallethub.com. more
The Doña Ana County Clerk’s office is hosting trainings for voter registration agents at the Doña Ana County Government Center located at 845 N. Motel Blvd. in Las Cruces. more
Volunteers are needed! Get rid of weeds, trash, junk, graffiti, and other debris in your neighborhood the Team Up to Clean Up way! more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., is pleased to announce a new beginners Tai Chi Chuan class, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. every Thursday, starting July 7, 2022 and continuing through Sept. 29, 2022. more
ACTion Program for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces is holding its much-anticipated, once-a-year, free July adoption special, APA said in a news release. more
There are a handful of vitally important conditions to know about to keep your dogs safe in our desert wilds, climates and on our burning hot streets. more
The Fourth of July, and the days and nights surrounding the holiday when fireworks are lighting up the night sky, can be a stressful time for dogs, cats and livestock. more
Questions to be placed on the Nov. 8 general election ballot asking City of Las Cruces voters to approve $23 million in general obligation (GO) bonds likely will include $10 million to replace Fire Station No. 9 in northeast Las Cruces, $6 million for continued East Mesa Recreation Complex development and more. more
The City of Las Cruces’ Telshor Facility Fund (TFF) has allocated millions of dollars to benefit local nonprofits, help with the community’s emergency response to Covid-19 and provide humanitarian assistance to asylum seekers who were brought to Las Cruces in 2019. more
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