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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
“Child well-being (in New Mexico) was steadily improving prior to the onset of the pandemic, and much of that was due to changes in public policies that made kids and working families a … more
New Mexico State University faculty and staff on the Las Cruces campus came together to honor a group of colleagues for excellence in research and creativity at the university’s semester … more
“‘Somebody has to do it,’ that’s my motto,” said long-time Las Cruces Optimist Club member and community volunteer Jack Barclay. “If there’s nobody else to … more
New Mexico’s new ombudsman for special education is seeking volunteers in all 89 New Mexico school districts – including Las Cruces Public Schools, the Gadsden Independent School District … more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) will expand its nursing program to residents and students in southern Doña Ana County at the Sunland Park Center, 3365 McNutt Road in Sunland Park, … more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was joined Jan. 13 by Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, Attorney General Hector Balderas, Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez and Albuquerque legislators as … more
State Rep. Nathan Small and state Sen. Carrie Hamblen, both Las Cruces Democrats, are among those providing financial support for homeless, abused horses. The groups Animal Protection New Mexico … more
Bulletin report Happy 100th birthday! Celebrating her 100th birthday, Florence Hamilton of Las Cruces received a glass sculpture from the Storytellers of Las Cruces (SLC), of which she is a … more
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “Overall, the department is responding with appropriate practices and outcomes,” one of the principals of the company hired to provide an … more
U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Marcus Herrera, right, a native of Las Cruces, and Aviation Electrician’s Mate 3rd Class Gregory Lyall of Washougal, Washington drill out … more
From a Las Cruces Public Schools news release The Las Cruces Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge No. 8 held the 22nd annual “Cops and Kids” Christmas gift-giving event, formally … more
Bulletin report Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s proposed executive budget recommendation includes increased funding for several initiatives related to the agriculture economy, emergency … more
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