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The front pillars of City Hall, 700 S. Main St., will be lit up red, white and blue Thursday-Friday, Nov. 10-11, in honor of the 240th anniversary of the Military Order of the Purple Heart … more
The City of Las Cruces Veterans Day Parade opening ceremony will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the reviewing stand at the corner of Las Cruces Avenue and Main Street. At the sound of the … more
Former Las Cruces City Councilor Gabriel Vasquez is the likely winner of New Mexico’s newly redrawn Second Congressional District, giving Democrats a clean sweep of all statewide and federal … more
The atmosphere at Amador LIVE on the evening of Nov. 8 was electric and the Democrats’ watch party filled the bar and patio areas. News cameras from across the state set up around a podium with … more
Today, Tuesday, Nov. 8, is election day in Doña Ana County and across the United States. All sites are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on election day. more
New Mexico State University continues to be a leader among colleges and universities that offer licensed foods, beverages and other products, and next on the list of Aggie-branded products that support student-athletes is a hot cup of Joe. more
Domonique Rodriguez has been named the Deputy Director of Business Services for Las Cruces Utilities. more
City Hall and most other City of Las Cruces offices will be closed Friday, November 11 in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. more
Tutti Bambini is making some big changes as it continues its mission to help children challenged by poverty and special needs. 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
Cancer treatment can be an exhausting and isolating business. Breast cancer patients are being cycled through one to three types of treatment including radiation, chemotherapy and surgery. While the staff members are caring and gentle, the experience can still be traumatic. more
Hosted by Doña Ana County's Community Resource Centers, 13 quilt-making volunteers made and donated 70 quilts for children to Jardin de los Niños in October, the county said in a news release. more
The New Mexico State University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) is seeking nominations for four awards that recognize “individuals who have achieved state, national or international distinction by their accomplishments and leadership, all while supporting their community and CAS,” NMSU said. more
New Mexico State University will establish two new endowed faculty positions in nursing programs at the Las Cruces campus and Doña Ana Community College as part of a statewide effort to address the shortage of nurses across New Mexico. more
Tuesday, Nov. 8, is election day in Doña Ana County and across the United States. In Doña Ana County, early voting will continue Friday, Nov. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 5, but after that, … more
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
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