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Summer 2021 graduates and more than 300 students from the Las Cruces Public Schools class of 2020 graduated during in-person ceremonies held July 1 at Centennial High School. more
Pamela Cort, a retired Las Cruces Public Schools teacher was appointed July 6 to serve as the District 2 member on the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education. more
Avanza is the Spanish word for “advance,” and that’s what Doña Ana Community College’s Avanza program is all about – helping low-income students move up and move ahead. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department awarded seven prizes for the best floats in this year’s Electric Light Parade, which was held Saturday night, July 3. more
“We need good people,” Las Cruces Police Lt. Jeremy Story said earlier this month, as the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) continues to recruit new officers for its academy. more
The RoadRUNNER Transit’s Dial-A-Ride operations facility sustained serious damage due to the storm Sunday night. Operations and scheduling services have been disrupted. more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has reopened U.S. Highway 70. The road reopened about 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 12, 2021 after being closed for nearly 24 hours due to severe flooding and mud slides. more
Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) will be adding two more community schools to the district to improve the quality of education for children in Doña Ana County by expanding community schools integrated services focused on academic, health and social services. more
From the beginning, 17 years ago when then New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Virgin Galactic’s Sir Richard Branson shook hands over a piece of desert in southern New Mexico, everything has led to the historic day of Sunday, July 11, 2021. more
To commemorate Virgin Galactic’s historic Unity 22 test flight from Spaceport America on Sunday, July 11, the City of Las Cruces will host free, in-person watch parties of the global live stream at the Las Cruces City Hall Council Chambers. more
The ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) Second Chance Thrift Store is joining forces with Mesilla Valley Estate Sales for an auction benefitting the nonprofit animal rescue organization. more
A flight window opens for SpaceShipTwo Unity on July 11. If weather allows, Sir Richard Branson and a full crew will take off from Spaceport America for another test flight into space as Virgin Galactic continues toward its mission of making space available to everyone. more
More than 30 volunteers, community outreach officers from the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) and Las Cruces firefighters spent much of the last two Saturdays in June prepping and painting the Police Athletic League building, 700 N. Solano Drive. more
Anastasia Kinsella of Las Cruces has been named the state Catholic Girl of the Year for 2020-21, the Knights of Columbus Robert G. Gamboa Council 9527 announced. more
Las Cruces Eagle Scout Liam Rutherford wanted to learn woodworking and do something for younger kids. He found a way to do both by building a trophy case for Hillrise Elementary School, 1400 S. Curnutt St., as an Eagle Scout project. more
Elijah Myers is continuing his family’s proud heritage of service. Both Elijah’s grandfathers served in World War II – one was a tank driver, the other a paratrooper. more
Becky Corran is making her first bid for public office by running for the open District 5 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. more
The Fraternal Order of Eagles (FOE) Eagle Riders motorcycle club were blessed on the Mesilla Plaza by The Very Rev. Christopher Williams of the Basilica of San Albino Roman Catholic Church. more
“Everybody thinks monsoons mean rain,” said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Jason Laney. That’s not always the case – and it’s not even the correct definition. more
As New Mexico’s state climatologist, Dave DuBois, Ph.D. assesses “the effects of climate on the natural environment, agricultural production, land and natural resources and human health in New Mexico.” more
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