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Knights of Columbus, Robert G. Gamboa Council 9527 of Las Cruces donated $5,000 to Turning Point of Las Cruces during a presentation held Feb. 20 at Holy Cross Church. Turning Point, a nonprofit … more
Andy Perez was recognized at the Feb. 22 Doña Ana County Commission meeting for 25 years of service to the county. Perez retired March 1. “Andy has worked almost his entire adult … more
Stepping into the imaginary shoes of families who suffered unimaginable loss, two Las Cruces middle school students have penned their way to statewide distinction. Sierra Middle School … more
Residents are reminded the City of Las Cruces has distributed at-home COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test kits as part of a joint distribution plan that includes the Doña Ana County Health and Human Services Department. more
Premier Medical Group, the company contracted to host COVID-19 test sites at Las Cruces Public Schools campuses, says testing locations at Vista Middle School and Zia Middle School will close after Friday, Feb. 25. more
The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine has announced Doña Ana Community College (DACC) President Dr. Moníca Torres has been appointed to serve as a member of its board of trustees. more
Friday, Feb. 25 will mark one year since Las Cruces Public Schools lost its leader and superintendent, Dr. Karen Trujillo. In a year’s time, LCPS has mourned her death while welcoming … more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science, 411 N. Main St., presents, “Desert Safety Workshop: Hiking Awareness and Safety,” presented by guest speakers from Mesilla Valley Search and Rescue, at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 12, 2022. more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Now in its 13th year La Tienda de Jardin, “a unique boutique,” is going strong, with a substantial inventory of gently used women’s clothing … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin CB, a 7-month-old golden retriever, can open a latched door, and she also can close it with her nose, so the door doesn’t get scratched. CB can turn a … more
Note: Corrects and clarifies second paragraph to reflect that staff members at senior centers are still required to wear masks, and seniors are encouraged to wear face coverings and become up to date on vaccinations. more
Doña Ana County Commissioner Lynn Ellins announced in a news release that he is running for a second four-year term on the commission in the June 7 Democratic primary. “Starting as a … more
Christopher Schaljo-Hernandez, small business owner and former chair of the Doña Ana County Democratic Party, announced that he is a candidate in the race for Doña Ana County Commission … more
The New Mexico State University American Indian Program (AIP) not only offers a place for the university’s more than 600 indigenous students to learn and connect, it welcomes anyone who pays … more
The Western Pecan Growers Association (WPGA) is expected to welcome about 600 participants to its 2022 Conference and Trade Show, which will be held live and in person Monday through Thursday, March … more
“It’s time,” said Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces CEO Ashley Echavarria. “We need a new facility.” The club has occupied a more than 100-year-old building in … more
The Junior League of Las Cruces (JLLC) is back again raising awareness about childhood literacy in New Mexico and raising funds to help combat those rates during their third annual Little Black Dress … more
Doña Ana Community College has announced it has lifted its mask requirement at its campuses and centers following New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grishman’s orders to lift the mandate and in line with guidance issued by NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu. more
With a little help from their teachers, a kindergarten class at Central Elementary School gave a sweet surprise to two National Guard soldiers serving as substitute teachers in Las Cruces Public Schools more
The New Mexico indoor mask mandate was lifted by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Feb. 17. Members of the public are no longer required to wear a mask or face covering inside of most Doña Ana County buildings. more
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