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Born in a small town in the Luhansk region of Starobelsk in Ukraine, Alla Sukhomlinova was surrounded by music. “My parents were very fond of music and from childhood I attended a music … more
Danzantes at Tortugas Pueblo celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe on Monday, Dec. 12, the last day of the feast days. The Danzantes will again be dancing starting at 3 p.m. on Jan. 1, 2023, as they escort … more
A surge of viral infections, including the novel coronavirus, respiratory syncytial virus — better known as RSV — and influenza, across the state is increasing admissions at Southern New … more
Unite New Mexico is a web-based coordinated care platform that launched in Las Cruces in November with a goal of connecting people who need behavioral health care and the local volunteers and … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) graduated 17 cadets from its 35th Fire Academy Dec. 16 at the Doña Ana Community College East Mesa Auditorium. Graduates are Antonio Alvarado, Joshua … more
“Thank you for teaching me to read.” That was part of a letter retired Las Cruces teacher Ellen Saige received from a young man a few years ago. Saige founded the Dyslexia Institute … more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) is one of several drop-off locations throughout Las Cruces accepting donations to the Santa Paws Drive to help local dogs and cats. A radio live broadcast … more
Karen Robinson has not only been making holiday joy, she has been sharing it with her Las Alturas neighbors since coming to Las Cruces in 2014. The largest outdoor wooden Christmas ornament … more
“Letters to Santa” holiday events, sponsored by All American Baseball/Softball Academy of Las Cruces and VFW Post 6917 and hosted by Fabian Gomez of Las Cruces, began Dec. 14 and will … more
“I think the best career in New Mexico right now is to be a teacher,” Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Ralph Ramos said. With increases in salaries and benefits teachers … more
The City of Las Cruces has hired Carol Brey to serve as director of the Quality of Life Department. She replaces Lynn Gallagher, who resigned, the city said. Brey previously served 12 years as a … more
Outside of the Crisis Triage Center (CTC) in Las Cruces, Doña Ana County Commission Chair Manuel A. Sanchez announced earlier this month that the state of New Mexico will fund the expansion of … more
The Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces expects an upsurge in visitors due to some new hotels on their premises -- visitors of the multi-legged variety, that is. The Doña Ana … more
Frances Williams, with Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) emergency food program Executive Director Lorenzo Alba Jr. has been supporting CdP during the holidays with donations of turkeys and stuffing for more … more
Passenger air service will return to the Las Cruces International Airport (KLRU) in January 2023, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. The announcement comes after the city finalized a … more
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture’s (NMDA) New Mexico Taste the Tradition Holiday Lookbook is a 28-page online holiday gift guide “that highlights products grown in the state, from … more
New Mexico’s Third Judicial District Court in Las Cruces officially observed National Adoption Day (NAD) 2022 with the adoptions of four children. District Judge Grace B. Duran, who handles … more
Here is what New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center Director and CEO Kathy Hansen told the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) during its Dec. 6 Business in the New … more
Earlier this year, Electronic Caregiver (ECG) started a volunteer program at ECG in which the company provides employees with opportunities each month to volunteer with various organizations in the … more
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has been awarded a $ 1.2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce, NMSU said in a news … more
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