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The Healthy Workplaces Act of 2021 is a law requiring all private employers in New Mexico to allow employees to accrue and use a benefit called earned sick leave. It takes effect July 1. The act … more
The City of Las Cruces’ Redistricting Ad Hoc Committee (RAHC) is asking for public input regarding proposed concept maps that will be used to help determine the boundaries of the six Las Cruces … more
A provision of the appropriations and expenditures bill passed by the Legislature during its April special session and signed into law by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham includes $350,000 for the … more
Haley Woolf’s paper titled “Optical and X-ray Characterization of Ge-Sn alloy on GaAs” has been named the Ken Hass Outstanding Student Paper by the American Physical Society (APS) … more
The New Mexico State University baseball team is on to its next stop in its storybook run through the postseason. The Aggies, who barely qualified for the Western Athletic Conference tournament … more
Bart Bryant, a former all-America golfer at New Mexico State University who grew up in Alamogordo, was killed in a car crash at age 59 in central Florida on Tuesday, May 31. Bryant was a two-time … more
Do you have a favorite New Mexico salsa, wine or enchilada sauce? Maybe you like to snack on New Mexico pistachios, pecans, chile-infused chocolate or peanut brittle. If so, this is your opportunity to take the $5 Challenge and elevate New Mexico agriculture, while possibly winning some unique swag. more
New Mexico State University’s largest source of renewable energy – a three-megawatt solar and battery energy storage installation called Aggie Power – started generating power for NMSU’s Las Cruces campus earlier this month, marking a milestone nearly four years in the making. more
A notice to proceed has been issued to a contractor to begin an access control project at North Las Cruces Park, 1001 Valley View. more
If you are turning 65 in the next few months, now is a good time to start thinking about Medicare coverage. You can sign up for Medicare three months before your birth month or three months after. … more
Heather Benavidez would like to be New Mexico’s 31st state treasurer. She is a candidate in the June 7 Democratic primary for the office, running against Laura Montoya. The winner faces … more
The Black Fire in the Gila National Forest continues to burn at only 19 percent containment, officials said Sunday morning.The fire covers more than 228,000 acres and is located 31 miles northwest of … more
Five Republicans and two Libertarians are running for governor in the June 7 primary and are vying to challenge incumbent Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham. The Republicans are Greg Zanetti, Ethel … more
Early voting in New Mexico’s primary election ends Saturday, June 4. Election day is Tuesday, June 7. Vote early at these locations: Anthony City Hall Municipal Complex, 820 Highway 478, … more
Brandon Hobson, New Mexico State University English assistant professor in fiction, has been awarded a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship, NMSU said in a news release. The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial … more
Rolston St. Hilaire, head of the Department of Plant and Environmental Science at New Mexico State University, is the 2022 recipient of the Intellectual Property Award, which is handed out by … more
Chapter AS of the P.E.O. Sisterhood announced three local scholarship winners in a May news release. The recipients are Adelaide Olberding, a senior at Las Cruces High School (LCHS), who received … more
When Covid hit, New Mexico’s unemployment did not rise as high as the rest of the country, possibly partially due to an existing elevated rate. Unemployment has remained higher than national … more
“Every Body Rides with Grace” (EBRWG), a program of Velo Cruces, will host an adaptive cycle parade Saturday, June 4, in Mesilla, said EBRWG coordinator Andrea Holguin, the mother of … more
After a two-year hiatus because of Covid-19, the chess club at the Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces resumed regular play this school year with more than 20 elementary- and middle-school … more
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