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The Progress Club of Las Cruces made $47,152 in direct donations to about two dozen programs benefitting children and education, veterans and people affected by domestic violence, as well as health … more
The Asombro Institute for Science Education (AISE) has extended summer hours for its Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park. With more than three miles of hiking trails, including one ADA-accessible … more
As United States Army soldiers – including Buffalo Soldiers, the Black infantry who were among the most decorated soldiers in the American Frontier Wars – abandoned Fort Selden in 1891, … more
The City of Las Cruces and the City Art Board will host a dedication ceremony for “Cloud Cover,” the public art sculpture recently installed on the exterior of Fire Station 3, 390 N. … more
Now through Sept. 18, you can cast your vote for the Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces (FCMLC) as America’s best market in the 15 th annual America’s Farmers Market Celebration. … more
One of Doña Ana Community College’s newest programs, the Career and Life Skills Academy (CLSA), is helping neurodiverse (developmentally disabled) students discover their life goals and … more
A visit to space turned out better than expected for three Italians who rode the first commercial space mission on Virgin Galactic’s Galactic 01 flight June 29. “It was much better … more
When Marci Dickerson sees a problem, she either finds a solution or creates one. That’s true for Dickerson as the owner of The Game and Game II restaurants and Dickerson’s … more
“The level of impact the county is having is at an all-time high,” Doña Ana County Manager Fernando Macias said in a recent interview. The county is making record investments … more
New Mexico Economic Development Department Secretary Alicia J. Keyes will be leaving her post July 13, it was announced last week in a state press release.   “New Mexico’s … more
In the world of civil lawsuits, a swift resolution in two months is not typical. They usually drag on much longer. But that’s what happened regarding the suit alleging hazing on the New … more
July 4 celebrates the Continental Congress’ official declaration on Thursday, July 4, 1776, that the 13 American colonies were no longer under the authority of Great Britain’s King George … more
Las Cruces City Manager Ifo Pili announced June 30 Deputy Las Cruces Police Department Chief Jeremy Story will serve as interim chief of the department as of July 1, the city stated in a news … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education unanimously voted July 1 to approve the selection of Ignacio Ruíz as the next Las Cruces Public Schools superintendent. … more
A number of bills passed by the 2023 New Mexico Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham went into effect June 16, the governor’s office said in a news release.  … more
Three Las Cruces pharmacy students have been approved for admission to the University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy next August, the director of the UNM/NMSU Cooperative Pharmacy Program said in … more
Joe and Elaine Foster sold their 4,200-square-foot house in Talavera last fall and bought a 900-square-foot home in Mesilla which they have spent the last nine months renovating. Built about … more
The Asombro Institute for Science Education (AISE) is excited about a bill introduced in May by U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, D-New Mexico, the Living Schoolyards Act, which would authorize federal … more
At the Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce gala and awards banquet, June 23, Jamila Gilbert of Virgin Galactic talked about the many things she saw from suborbital space on the recent Unity 25 … more
Fireworks sales began June 20 in New Mexico, and the Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is reminding consumers of general guidelines and safety tips for the upcoming Independence Day holiday. … more
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