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Mountain Standard Time (MST) returns at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 6.” Set your clocks BACK one hour – remember: “spring forward/fall back. It is also a good time to check … more
New Mexico State University will hold its seventh annual Military and Veterans Appreciation Week, Monday-Saturday, Nov. 7-12. The week honors the men and women who have served, past and present, and … more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima announced Nov. 1 he will not be a candidate for re-election in 2023. “To do the best job you can, you have to give it everything you’ve got,” Miyagishima … more
If all goes to Travis Perry's plan, the Hermosa Project would become an institution in Southern New Mexico dedicated full-time to conservation and natural-history education. Perry is a professor … more
There is a plan to catch the powers of nature in New Mexico and filter it through transmission lines from the Eastern part of the state to Arizona and beyond. I have been hearing, and reporting, … more
Celebrating its 10th anniversary with a new executive director and assistant director, the Children’s Reading Alliance (CRA) is continuing to support and empower parents and put books in the hands of children in Las Cruces and throughout Doña Ana County. more
The New Mexico State University Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), known as the Bataan Battalion, is celebrating its 120th anniversary in 2022. more
There are many nonprofits and charitable organizations in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County that provide care and support for those in need every day of the year. more
New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Briana Zamora is seeking a full eight-year term on the court. Zamora was appointed to the state’s highest court by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham in July 2021 when Justice Barbara J. Vigil retired. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation is seeking donations of cash or items for its “Care Kits for Kids. more
Mesa Middle School eighth grader Andrea Logo won this year’s City of Las Cruces Veterans Day Parade Poster Design Contest, and was honored at the Oct. 3 city council meeting, along with other students who participated in the contest. more
Las Cruces Police Department Chief Miguel Dominguez has announced that Lt. Jeremy Story, who has overseen LCPD’s Law Enforcement Training Academy since 2020, has been appointed deputy chief of LCPD Operations effective Oct. 23. more
Barbara Hubbard visits with comedian Jeff Dunham at a celebration of her 95th birthday Oct. 19 at the Pan American Center. more
Halloween likely comes to us from ancient Celtic tribes that lived in western Europe and the North Atlantic as much as 2,500 years ago. more
Sonoma Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Christopher Nuñez received $25,000 last week as one of 40 elementary educators to receive this year’s Milken Award, which have been presented by the Milken Family Foundation since 1987. more
To combat student absenteeism, Whirlpool brand, in partnership with the nonprofit Teach for America, Has provided MacArthur Elementary School, 655 N. Fourth St. in Las Cruces, with a washing machine and a clothes dryer as part of Whirlpool’s Care Counts laundry program. more
To mark her lasting impact and legacy, New Mexico State University is honoring Barbara “Mother” Hubbard for her commitment to NMSU and the Las Cruces community by naming an access road north of the Pan American Center, where she spent most of her career, Barbara Hubbard Way in honor of her 95th birthday. more
When cold weather brings a chill to the air, many people utilize electric space heaters to help stay warm. But space heaters have potential fire and safety hazards that could be dangerous if they are not used properly. more
New Mexico State University will hold the seventh annual Military and Veterans Appreciation Week from Nov. 7-12. This week honors the women and men who have served, past and present, and focuses on supporting NMSU’s military and veteran friendly community. more
New Mexico State University's Department of Criminal Justice is raising awareness about violence and abuse through the “Clothesline Project.” The interactive exhibit is a display of colorful t-shirts with powerful messages and illustrations. more
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