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East Mesa Baptist Church (EMBC), 6160 Moongate Road, dedicated a new food pantry in December. EMBC interim Pastor Stephen Kovach led the dedication ceremony, prayer and recognition of food pantry … more
New Mexico State University’s Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) January 2023 lecture series, presented live via Zoom, will analyze the development of the United States constitutional … more
The best new year’s resolution a person can make is taking care of yourself, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) said in a news release. “Kicking off the new year focusing on … more
When they convene Jan. 17 in Santa Fe for a 60-day session, New Mexico legislators will likely consider a state budget of almost $12 billion for the coming fiscal year, almost 43 percent more than … more
Offering an exploration of a sustainable, electric, world of the future, the Jan. 20-21 PowerUP Expo is designed to be a “fun and interactive experience,” said organizing committee member … more
Las Cruces resident Clayton Flowers celebrated his 107th birthday on Christmas Day. Flowers was born Dec. 25, 1915 (Woodrow Wilson was president, William C. McDonald was in his third year as the … more
Registration is now open for the Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) spring 2023 Zoom presentations, ALR said in a news release. The 20 lectures January-May will focus on the United States … more
New Mexico’s total value of agriculture production was $3.17 billion in 2021, five percent above 2020, state Department of Agriculture Sec. Jeff Witte said as NMDA released agricultural … more
The Picacho Hills Property Owners Association (PHPOA) and the Picacho Hills Country Club held its third annual food drive during December and were “able to deliver two vehicles full of food, … more
A master's degree in communication studies may not sound magical, but for New Mexico State University graduate student Hannah Martinez, her communication studies project allowed her to bring the … more
Doña Ana County Deputy Sheriff Jamar Cotton will be the keynote speaker at the Doña Ana County NAACP’s Martin Luther King Breakfast, which will begin at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 16, at … more
Families and Youth, Inc. (FYI) and the New Mexico State University Foundation, Inc., both based in Las Cruces, were recent recipients of grants from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation (PDNHF), the … more
For the arts, business, public safety, nonprofits helping those in need and much more, 2022 was a busy year in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. Here are a few highlights: Casa de … more
Doña Ana County officials and state legislators were on hand Dec. 19 for the groundbreaking for a new fire station north of Anthony, New Mexico, Doña Ana County said in a news … more
The Doña Ana County Genealogical Society (DACGS) has been a constant on the Las Cruces landscape since 2008 with a mission of meeting the genealogical needs of its members and the public. John … more
Regarding my three years at the Doña Ana Arts Council, to quote Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” What was “best” about … more
Today, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents authorized and instructed the university’s administration to begin working with the board on a search process for the university’s … more
Hull currently serves as a constituent services representative in Las Cruces for U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Lujan, D-N.M. and has worked for more than a decade in similar capacities for U.S. Sen. Martin … more
The City of Las Cruces held a flag ceremony and retirement celebration for Assistant City Manager and former Las Cruces Fire Chief Eric Enriquez Dec. 15 at City Hall. A native of Las Cruces, … more
“This place is not what it was before,” local business owner Randy McMillan said during public input at the Dec. 19 Las Cruces City Council meeting. “It is becoming a war … more
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