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The present and possible future of General Obligation (GO) Bond projects were discussed by the Las Cruces City Council at its Monday, Sept. 27, work session at Las Cruces City Hall. more
STS of New Mexico General Manager Van Wamel is not only interviewing bus-driver applicants and training new drivers, he’s also driving a bus himself. more
They may not come up during the 2022 New Mexico Legislature because it’s a short session restricted to budget matters and the governor’s call, but some important structural changes to education in New Mexico are on their way, said state Sen. Bill Soules. more
For state Sen. Bill Soules and many of his colleagues, “lots of the real work” on legislation gets done during the long gaps between sessions of the New Mexico Legislature. more
Electronic Caregiver, of Las Cruces, has been awarded $235,000 in New Mexico Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funding to support plans to expand and create 120 new jobs. more
There is a little something for everyone at the City Council District 2 first-ever Fiesta event open to the public from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, October 9 at Tony Gomez Park. more
The City-wide spring/summer daytime outdoor watering (from April 1 through September 30) restricting customers from watering during the hours between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., has expired for the year. more
Three Las Cruces Public Schools chapters of Future Farmers of America (FFA) wrapped up this year’s harvest season with their annual – and highly successful – chile roast fundraiser. more
Seven students from Arrowhead park Early College High School and Centennial High School in Las Cruces are among 91 students New Mexico high school seniors who have been named National Merit semifinalists. more
“I want to see some improvement in education,” Henry Young said in an interview. That’s why Young applied for an appointment to an open seat on the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education earlier this year, and that’s why he decided to run for the seat when he didn’t get that appointment. more
Sept. 25 would have been the late Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Karen Trujillo’s 51st birthday. It’s also the day LCPS renamed its administration building at 505 S. Main St. in her honor. more
A retired teacher is seeking to replace a longtime incumbent on the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education. Bob Wofford, a Las Cruces native, retired in 2017 after teaching English at Las Cruces High School for 34 years. He is a candidate for the District 3 seat on the LCPS school board, hoping to succeed Maria Flores. more
The Las Cruces City Council unanimously adopted a five-year contract with BYD Coach and Bus company of Los Angeles to purchase five battery electric powered transit buses for RoadRUNNER Transit. more
The New Mexico State University William Conroy Honors College announced its first cohort of the new NMSU Conroy Honors Scholar Program in September, recognizing a diverse group of recent top high school graduates from throughout the country. more
Virgin Galactic Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SPCE) (the “Company” or “Virgin Galactic”), a vertically integrated aerospace and space travel company, today announced that it is cleared to fly FAA-licensed spaceflights following the conclusion of an FAA inquiry. more
El Paso Electric president and CEO Kelly Tomblin welcomed a future “that certainly is going to be powerful, bright, energetic and light,” at a Sept. 23 ribbon-cutting event for Aggie … more
All 24 Las Cruces Public Schools elementary schools will participate with in-person walking school buses (groups of children walking to school with one or more adults) and bike trains during … more
Las Cruces Academy was graced by the visit of three justices of the New Mexico Supreme Court Sept. 16, as Justices C. Shannon Bacon, Julie Vargas and Briana Zamora visited the school. The justices fielded questions from 24 students in grades 3 to 8 as the justices, students and teachers assembled in open air in the school courtyard. more
Changes to the City of Las Cruces noise ordinance could soon be offered to the Las Cruces City Council for consideration. At its Sept. 13 work session, the council discussed recommendations that came from a preliminary study that was completed in February 2019 by Bohannan Huston, Inc. more
Fair elections, smaller government and freedom of choice are among the issues in Bev Courtney’s campaign for the District 3 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. Courtney is making her third consecutive run for the District 3 seat. more
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