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District officials for Las Cruces Public Schools held an information session for parents and staff during a live webinar on Wednesday to discuss two calendar options for the 2022-2023 school year. more
Kim Martin, D.M.D., presented the gift in honor of her children during a ceremony at the Texas Tech Dental Oral Health Clinic. The funds will go to the Dental Excellence Fund, which supports the education of current and future dental students. more
Doña Ana County seeks residents to serve on the Planning and Zoning Commission, a seven-member board of volunteers who review land-use and development matters during twice-a-month public hearings. more
Spring is on its way and Easter is not far behind, with a couple of full moons also in the mix of astrological and earthly events in March and April. Spring 2022 begins as the vernal equinox … more
One of the ways the Lions Club fulfills its mission to improve the health and wellbeing of the local  community is through a new program started by New Mexico Lions Operation KidSight, Inc., … more
“I see long and bitter warfare,” a retired Russian history professor who lives in Las Cruces said about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. With a weak economy and inadequate … more
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) will hold its annual Match Day ceremony, “a major milestone for fourth-year medical students across the nation,” at 10 a.m. Friday, March … more
Bulletin report Long-time Las Cruces educator and storyteller Dorris Hamilton celebrated her 94th birthday in grand style, surrounded by family and friends, along with the mayor, the lieutenant … more
Forty-two candidates from Doña Ana County have filed to run in the June 7 Democratic and Republican primaries for state representative; county commission, sheriff, assessor and probate judge; … more
New Children’s Reading Alliance (CRA) Director Marisa DeWolf and CRA Board member Duncan Smith prepare books for CRA popup book fairs where children can select a free book. The most recent book … more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) today begins updating the daily reporting of COVID-19 data, making information directly available to the public online. more
Passengers and customers of RoadRUNNER Transit and Dial-A-Ride services are reminded that a federal requirement to wear a mask while riding public transportation services in Las Cruces remains in effect until at least April 18, 2022. more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) continues to urge people to seek vaccines and boosters as the two-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 cases reported in New Mexico is observed this week. Two years into the global pandemic that has taken the lives of millions, more than 7,000 COVID-19 deaths have been recorded in New Mexico, and the number continues to climb. more
Online registration for Las Cruces Public Schools students will open Monday, March 14 for incoming Kindergarteners for the 2022-2023 school year, as well as students who need to update their address, phone number, email address or emergency contacts. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday signed the state budget for Fiscal Year 2023, making record investments in education, public safety, quality of life improvements and social support services, benefiting New Mexicans in every corner of the state. more
It is all thanks to Dr. Harry P. Mera and the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) that New Mexico consistently ranks as having the United States’ best and most beautiful state … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead (spring forward, fall back) before you go to bed Saturday night. Daylight Saving Time (DST) 2022 begins at 2 a.m. … more
New Mexico State Rep. Doreen Gallegos of Las Cruces announced she will be a candidate for re-election in the June 7 Democratic primary. Gallegos, a Democrat who represents District 52, is the … more
“The state of the city is strong,” Mayor Ken Miyagishima said March 2, as he reported on issues the City of Las Cruces dealt with in 2021 and his goals for 2022. “This is a … more
The cat is out of the bag! Well, sort of. In the case of these bags from The Cat’s Meow, the feline is actually on the front. The reusable shopping bags (remember, the city banned the use of … more
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