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Citing inconsistent fan compliance with the state’s indoor mask mandate, New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu announced Monday that all food and beverage sales during indoor sporting events at NMSU will be discontinued until New Mexico’s mask mandate is lifted statewide. more
Kiwanis keeps on giving. The Las Cruces Kiwanis Club donated $550 on Dec. 2 to La Casa, Inc. domestic violence program. Left to right are Flor Gonzales and Bryana Valdez of La Casa and Jim Vorenberg … more
The Las Cruces Pan American Round Table (LCPART) invited its spring and fall 2021 scholarship recipients to LCPART’s Dec. 18 Christmas luncheon. Emilee Josiah Montoya, a New Mexico State … more
Two New Mexico National Guard soldiers reported for duty at Las Cruces Public Schools Monday, Jan. 31, LCPS said in a news release. Their current assignment is to fill in as substitute teachers … more
State Rep. Brittney Barreras, D-Bernalillo, resigned Jan. 28. She represented New Mexico House of Representatives District 12. more
The newest member of the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA) board of directors is Patricia Sullivan, Ph.D., associate dean of Outreach and Recruitment for the New Mexico State University … more
New Mexico 2022 Teacher of the Year (TOTY) Lorynn Guerrero of Las Cruces will focus on expanding pathways to graduation to create a more individualized experience during her one-year tenure … more
Since the onset of Covid-19, “That a large segment of our Hispanic population, 30 percent, had difficulty paying their bills should give us pause,” Las Cruces Mayor Pro Tempore Kasandra … more
As the state’s unemployment rate returns to near pre-pandemic levels, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) is changing its focus to finding workers who have dropped out of … more
The New Mexico Human Services Department (NMHSD) has published the 2022 Data Book, NMDOH’s third Data Book, summarizing social, economic and health statistics for counties, regions of the state … more
The 2022 Las Cruces Bridal & Special Events Showcase will be 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave. Anyone planning a wedding, … more
New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute and Extension Plant Sciences Department will host the world’s largest chile pepper conference Tuesday, Feb. 1, in Las Cruces, NMSU … more
New Mexico State University Black Programs, in collaboration with the NMSU Black Student Association, Doña Ana Community College (DACC) and NMSU Libraries, will present discussions of … more
“Let’s find a way to get it built.” That is the personal mantra of City of Las Cruces Community Development Department (CDD) Director Larry Nichols, who has devoted his adult … more
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New Mexico State University’s state-of-the-art College of Engineering Aggie Innovation Shop Operations Manager Ken Ruble has been sharing his passion for racing and mechanical engineering with … more
Following a national search, New Mexico State University has selected Kevin James Comerford as the next dean of the NMSU Library. Renay Scott, NMSU’s vice president for student success and … more
Bulletin report The Leopold Writing Program (LWP) is inviting New Mexico students in grades 6–12 to submit original essays to the Aldo Leopold Writing Contest. The annual contest asks … more
Bulletin report The City of Las Cruces Internship Program is growing again despite a pandemic-induced slowdown, the city said in a news release. There were 140 interns working in 11 city … more
Mesilla Park Elementary School, 955 W. Union Ave., received exciting news recently: The school is the newest campus within Las Cruces Public Schools to be recognized as a community … more
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