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SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced she has lifted the requirement for face coverings to be worn in most indoor spaces, effective immediately. The indoor mask … more
Following orders from the governor, Las Cruces Public Schools has lifted the indoor mask mandate for students and staff. Effective immediately, masks will be optional while district officials … more
As part of the American Rescue Plan, Zoeglossia, “a community for poets with disabilities” that was co-founded by a New Mexico State University professor, will receive a $50,000 grant … more
New Mexico state Sens. Jeff Steinborn, D-Doña Ana, and Crystal Diamond, R-Doña Ana, Sierra, Luna and Hidalgo, both of whom represent the iconic Hatch Valley, have secured $1 million … more
The City of Las Cruces Public Works and Parks and Recreation departments, members of the Las Cruces City Council and other city staff broke ground on the East Mesa Public Recreation Complex (EMPRC) … more
Who wouldn’t want a little love on Valentine's Day? The City of Las Cruces’ Quality of Life Department partnered with the city Parks and Recreation Department and four Las Cruces … more
New Mexico State University has selected Dorothy “Dee” Campbell as its interim provost and chief academic officer, Chancellor Dan Arvizu announced Feb. 15. Campbell will begin her role … more
White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) is now taking nominations for its hall of fame, The White Sands Historical Foundation (WSHF) said in a news release. The deadline for nominations is Thursday, … more
New Mexico State University kicked off Black History Month with a Feb. 1 virtual discussion of Black pedagogy by “our very own esteemed faculty on this campus and Doña Ana Community … more
Forty-seven candidates qualified to run for federal and state offices in New Mexico in the June 8 primary, and dozens more likely will file Tuesday, March 8, for county offices, local judgeships and … more
“Doña Ana County is unique in our willingness to collaborate with one another and bring our collective resources together to support students and families,” The Bridge of Southern … more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department will offer a five-day Spring Break camp that will continue to provide enjoyable and dynamic fun indoors and out, with hands-on activities, crafts, and active games for all ages. more
Two Sons of the American Revolution Gadsden Chapter past presidents presented chapter medals to the co-founders of Cruces Creatives for their service to the community in making and distributing masks … more
New Mexico State University Dining Services is teaming up with Las Cruces Public Schools to help young adults with disabilities transition into the Las Cruces workforce and provide opportunities for … more
The City of Las Cruces Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments, members of the Las Cruces City Council and other City staff will break ground on the East Mesa Public Recreation Complex at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, February 15. more
The Board of Directors and Members of the LCHBA invite you to join us at our very special Groundbreaking Ceremony for the 5th Annual Casa for a Cause, formerly known as the Anniversary House, built by JMS Construction. more
Bulletin report Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ralph Ramos and members of his executive team met with New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) Deputy Secretary for Identity, Equity … more
Members of The National Education Association-New Mexico (NEA-NM) from Las Cruces and around the state, along with the state and national NEA presidents, rallied outside the state capitol in Santa Fe Sunday afternoon, Jan. 23. more
“I am here to listen,” New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu said Friday, Jan. 28, as he participated in a community town hall sponsored by NMSU Black Programs and the NMSU Black Student Association (BSA). more
Bulletin report ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is hosting a low-cost microchip and vaccination clinic 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, at the APA adoption center, located at 537 N. Solano … more
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