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My daughter, Grace Holguin, a Las Cruces girl with special needs, received an adaptive cycle for her 14th birthday in January 2021. Two weeks later, the bike was stolen. Through the help of a … more
“It’s pretty cool.” That is what Daniel Lara, 14, said about the partnership between the nonprofit Velo Cruces’ Every Body Rides with Grace (EBRWG) and New Mexico State … more
Keeping young people engaged, giving them experience in the workforce, providing them with income at a rate of $15 an hour and offering businesses an opportunity to have more hands on deck for the … 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 1900, … more
The White Sands Missile Range Museum is hosting a grand reopening ceremony to celebrate the recently completed renovations. The grand reopening will take place 9 a.m. Thursday, May 4, at at the … more
At its April 11 work session, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education selected the Austin-based JG Consulting firm to lead the search for the next district superintendent, LCPS said in a … more
The next full moon hike at White Sands National Park (WSNP) is 7:45-9:45 p.m. Thursday, May 4, and until 11 p.m. Friday, May 5. The hike includes a park ranger-guided tour. The full moon hike … more
City of Las Cruces spring/summer outdoor watering restrictions begin April 1 in the city. The annual restrictions prohibit the watering of outside vegetation 10 a.m.-6 p.m. every day, the city … more
The State of New Mexico will begin sending out the newest round of rebates in mid-June, “putting more than $673 million back into the pockets of New Mexicans,” Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham … more
Ceil and Peter Herman as perhaps best known in Las Cruces as retired New Mexico State University biology professors and founders of Black Box Theatre. They also have been raising and showing guinea … more
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation (PNHF) recently awarded 12 grants totaling more than $1.2 million under the Healthy Kids Initiatives. Many of the grant recipients are Las Cruces-based … more
La Viña Winery will host its annual Spring Wine Festival Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30. With an emphasis on local, the festival will not only feature wine, but local food vendors and … more
New Mexico State University’s Global Campus will receive a $10.5 million legislative appropriation to continue the development of its innovative fully online programs.  The funding will … more
The first female licensed embalmer in New Mexico, who paid special attention to the babies. The blind musician who composed New Mexico’s state song. New Mexico State University’s first … more
After 12 years of serving Mexican cuisine to the community, Los Mariachis restaurant at 754 N. Motel Blvd. will close its doors April 28. Its location at 5600 Bataan Memorial West will remain … more
In the classroom, the lab and under a microscope, students in New Mexico State University professor Soum Sanogo’s fungal biology class are learning about the structures of fungi, how fungi … more
Las Cruces Public Schools already has the most successful Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) program in New Mexico, and one of the best in the United States. Started in 2005, the program is still growing … more
Southern New Mexico Giving Day continues the entire 24 hours on Friday, April 21, “and is designed to ignite giving across our region by allowing donors to support causes that better our … more
The year 2023 is a big one for the Boys & Girls Club of Las Cruces. The year marks the 60th anniversary for the club that opened in Las Cruces in 1963. The year marks the 15th anniversary … more
The Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education appointed Patrick Nolan April 19 to serve as the district one representative on the board, replacing Ray Jaramillo, who resigned in March.  In … more
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