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After more than nine months and hundreds of hours at the table, the bargaining teams of the National Education Association-Las Cruces (NEA-LC) and Las Cruces Public Schools have reached a tentative … more
“It’s the end of an era,” Vescovo Toyota owner George Vescovo said Tuesday morning, Dec. 14. He sold the dealership ... more
Here are some words of wisdom for the holiday season from Las Cruces Fire Chief Jason Smith: “Celebrate your holidays safely, don’t overload electrical outlets, avoid using open flame candles and if you are celebrating with a fresh-cut Christmas tree ... more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima graduated from New Mexico State University with a bachelor of business administration in 1985. more
“The new Ombud department gives the parents of special education students a new avenue to find state and local resources to help them with any issues they may have,” ... more
Manuel Castillo finished first overall and led Monte Vista Elementary School to first place in the Las Cruces Public Schools chess tournament held Nov. 19 at Camino Real Middle School. Seventy-five students participated from elementary, middle and high schools across the district. more
Monsignor Robert Getz died Dec. 5 at Memorial Medical Center at age 88. more
A three-vehicle caravan with members of AARP Chapter 1230 of Las Cruces arrived at the New Mexico State Veterans’ Home in Truth or Consequences with hundreds of books ... more
When teaching your child to take responsibility for his actions, try to make it fun and not a grim task. It is important to lighten up. When the milk gets spilt, the sky does not fall. Blame does not help the child cope, and if the child is being naughty, help him know that that is unacceptable, but forgive the deed and love the child. more
On the morning of Dec. 11 more than 600 undergraduate students flipped their tassels at the Pan American Center at New Mexico State University. The graduate students were able to receive their … more
One of the top-rated Marriott hotels in the nation sits on the New Mexico State University campus and serves as a career-launching ground for many NMSU graduates and students. more
One of the most rewarding opportunities for me at KRWG was the chance to serve on the Top Teens Committee. Every year, I interviewed the class of Top Teens to introduce them to the community on KRWG-TV and the KRWG Top Teens YouTube Channel. more
Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF) director Ross Marks is on a roll and well into the pulling together stage for the 2022 event coming up in March. more
Not having enough to eat or necessities such as toiletries can make it difficult for students to succeed when pursuing higher education. A $20,000 grant from the Educational Credit Management Corporation Foundation (ECMC) will help several New Mexico State University departments support students, faculty and staff needs. more
The winter holidays can be a joyous time for many, spending time with friends and family and exchanging gifts. But for those who are less fortunate, the holidays can be a difficult time. Here are some ways you can help here in Las Cruces and throughout Doña Ana County. more
It was a big surprise for Heather Pollard Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 1, as one of Las Cruces’ most successful and beloved “givers” became, for a moment, a “receiver.” more
You might say New Mexico State University faculty Ph.Ds. Richard Heerema and Jennifer Randall are bringing pecans out of their shells. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department is offering a 12-day Winter Break camp that will continue to provide enjoyable and dynamic winter fun indoors and out, with hands-on activities, crafts, and active games for all ages. more
Aggie graduates will once again take center stage at the Pan American Center as New Mexico State University hosts commencement ceremonies this week to celebrate the classes of 2020 and 2021. more
Christmas shopping officially started for area crafters at the La Casa 30th Annual Holiday Bazaar Friday, Dec. 3. In addition to gift wrapping, Santa paid a visit and there were numerous vendors showing off their wares in addition and a cookie cupboard to send visitors home with a sweet treat. more
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