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The charter high school held its first public meeting since receiving a notice of breach from the New Mexico Public Education Commission. more
Animal shelters, 911 centers and drug raids take a fair bit of cash to run. Agencies presented their 2024 budget requests to the Las Cruces City Council on April 22. The city is a partner in … more
Situated in a desert valley next to the Rio Grande, Hatch is a hub for agriculture, especially its world-famous red and green chile. But its role in farming doesn’t insulate the community from … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education devoted much of its 4.5-hour meeting on April 23 to updating and revising several policies, including ones guiding the school district’s … more
Grace Foster has been selling her produce at the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts Market for four years, setting up her table with Jerusalem artichokes, jujubes and other greens. She is a popular … more
It’s no secret. Las Cruces has infrastructure problems. Some feel the parks need a facelift. Others want to see the police department increase capacity. Still, others point to numerous … more
A mechanical failure following a collision with a car temporarily suspended a train while repairs took place. more
Paul Garcia of the Luna County Sheriff's Office faces criminal charges and a lawsuit after a crash that killed 14-month-old Wyatt Frenzy of Deming. more
Stephen Lopez, a county official who has overseen the area’s emergency response to Covid-19 and the 2019 migrant crisis, was appointed as the interim county manager on April 23. Fernando … more
This article contains a description of sexual assault. Help is available by contacting the La Pi ñon 24-hour hotline at 575- 526-3437.  A former Doña Ana County … more
The Las Cruces City Manager’s office presented a proposed budget with a $14.9 million increase, mainly to hire new positions in the fire department and police department. New positions include … more
The U.S. Border Patrol has seized hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal cannabis at New Mexico checkpoints this year, according to industry officials. Recent tougher enforcement of federal … more
A jury convicted a Las Cruces man last week, nearly four years after a shooting took the life of an 18-year-old. Jeremiah Peña-Nieto, 21, was convicted of two tampering with evidence counts … more
On Friday, the state body that authorizes charter schools delivered a notice that Alma d'Arte is in breach of its charter, initiating an intervention process. more
Las Cruces police Chief Jeremy Story will host a town hall on April 25 in the city council chambers at Las Cruces City Hall. The town hall starts at 6 p.m. It ’ s expected to last an hour. … more
Sunland Park and water utility officials are hosting a town hall this Friday as scrutiny over water quality issues from Camino Real Regional Utility Authority have increased. more
Bulletin coverage of the first candidate debate in the Doña Ana County election for District Attorney. more
The American Rivers conservation group placed all of New Mexico’s rivers, collectively, on its annual list of America’s most endangered rivers, released Monday . All streams and … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools announced that the district’s chief technology officer, an educator at the district for more than 21 years, received national recognition this month for his work … more
A voicemail ends with a death threat. Racist hate spewed in a phone call. An unknown car parked outside the house. Social media posts calling for summary execution. Threats of violence like … more
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