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The Las Cruces Vet Center, in partnership with Las Cruces Elks Lodge 1119, will hold a Vietnam War commemoration ceremony, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, at the Elks Lodge, 300 Elks Drive, the … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed Senate Bill 140, the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship Act, making college tuition-free for most New Mexicans and establishing the most wide-reaching tuition-free scholarship program in the United States. more
Homeowners may now receive help with mortgage payments through the New Mexico Homeowner Assistance Fund program. The program will provide housing grants to income-eligible households experiencing financial hardship associated with the pandemic. more
Smoove Kicks, Inc. will hold its second annual bike run and “Forever 18 Shoe Giveaway” beginning at 10 a.m. Sunday, March 13, at Frenger Park, 800 Parkview Drive, on the New Mexico State … more
The City of Las Cruces is advancing the use of electric vehicles (EVs) with the installation of eight ChargePoint Level 2 chargers at seven sites in Las Cruces. more
Bulletin report The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department Athletic Fields crew has won a regional award for its maintenance and care of the Maag, Paz and Harty ballfield complexes … more
Sunrise Elementary School student Natalia Acosta-Briones won the Las Cruces Public Schools 2022 Spanish Spelling Bee held Feb. 17 in the LCPS Performing Arts Center at Organ Mountain High … more
The New Mexico State University Police Department issued an alert this morning to the NMSU campus community warning of at least two different callers identifying themselves as police officers and … more
Is your youth group interested in participating in the Keep Las Cruces Beautiful Youth Service Day and receiving a $250 stipend? more
The Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department’s Recreation Programs wants City residents to know more about our Mobile Recreation Unit. more
The Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) Covid-19 homebound vaccination program ended March 1, LCFD said in a news release. more
To encourage people to carry and use reusable bags, the City of Las Cruces is distributing cloth bags free of charge. more
Good afternoon, everyone. Bienvenidos todos. Thank you for the opportunity to speak with you today. more
After two years of introspection, filmmakers have put the Covid experience to work for them by addressing some very emotional but widespread issues. As filmmaker Kati Boland said, she developed her … more
The Las Cruces City Council will vote March 7 on an ordinance approving zone changes on 75 acres of land generally known as the former Las Cruces County Club property. If approved, the ordinance … more
Returning to the site where their predecessors help defeat Pancho Villa, the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of El Paso will visit Columbus on Saturday, March 5. The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club … more
This morning at the Las Cruces Public Schools Teaching and Learning Center, more than 30 students with aspirations to become a teacher received hands on training to become an educator. more
Knights of Columbus, Robert G. Gamboa Council 9527 of Las Cruces donated $5,000 to Turning Point of Las Cruces during a presentation held Feb. 20 at Holy Cross Church. Turning Point, a nonprofit … more
Andy Perez was recognized at the Feb. 22 Doña Ana County Commission meeting for 25 years of service to the county. Perez retired March 1. “Andy has worked almost his entire adult … more
Stepping into the imaginary shoes of families who suffered unimaginable loss, two Las Cruces middle school students have penned their way to statewide distinction. Sierra Middle School … more
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