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Amid the uncertainty of an appeal to the New Mexico Supreme Court, utility giant Avangrid chose to terminate its merger agreement with the Public Service Company of New Mexico. The merger … more
The Borderplex Alliance, an economic development organization based in El Paso, formalized a relationship with Spaceport America Jan. 4 with a presentation touting a region comprising southern New … more
Memorial Medical Center and MountainView Regional Medical Center shared, with parental permission, images of the first babies born at their facilities on New Year’s Day. more
Doña Ana County residents will have continuing access to free bus service from January through June, per an announcement Wednesday from the South Central Regional Transit District. SCRTD … more
New Mexico’s Outdoor Recreation Division announced $1 million in Outdoor Equity Fund grants to 30 organizations and public agencies around the state, and five tribal communities, on Dec. 26. … more
Workers on a minimum wage salary will see a modest increase in pay beginning this week. Workers making $12 per hour will see their hourly wage increase to $12.36. Workers on tipped wages will … more
A new mayor and governing board took their seats in the Las Cruces City Council chambers Tuesday afternoon for their first meeting of the new year. Mayor Eric Enriquez as well as councilors … more
The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley will be governed differently in the future, pending approval from the state government. Among a slew of administrative changes to the … more
The New Mexico State Police announced a second gun buyback event in Las Cruces after the first saw dozens of residents turn over guns in exchange for gift cards. The event is part of a broader … more
As the midnight hour approached, New Year’s Eve revelers poured into Plaza de Las Cruces downtown by the thousands, taking part in the city’s 10 th annual chile drop — the first to … more
The American Kennel Club Humane Fund recently announced the winners of the 24th annual AKC Humane Fund Awards for Canine Excellence. Among the five loyal, hard-working dogs that … more
The newly minted Las Cruces Pecan Festival is coming up April 19-21. Developed to highlight the importance and impact of the pecan industry on the local economy, the event will feature the talent and … more
Raíces del Saber Xinachtli Community School, a Las Cruces public charter elementary school founded in 2019, announced on Dec. 28 that it received a charter renewal without conditions from the … more
On the day after Christmas, Ken Miyagishima was at his office on S. Solano Drive, where he is district manager for Farmers Insurance. He walked a visitor through memorabilia of over three decades in … more
Christmas Day in Las Cruces included a celebration of the 108 th birthday of Lt. James Clayton Flowers, a retired Tuskegee Airman and Las Cruces resident pictured here with former Doña Ana … more
The Las Cruces City Council sent an additional $2.8 million in subsidies to 828 Productions during a council meeting on Dec. 18, more than doubling their financial support as the studio looks to grow … more
New Mexico has forfeited more than $5 million in federal funding for outdoor recreation projects over the last three years because employees at New Mexico’s State Parks Division missed … more
Assistant professor of astronomy Joe Burchett of New Mexico State University has been awarded a research fellowship with NASA and the National Science Foundation, the university recently announced. … more
During her last week in office, Mesilla Mayor Nora Lucero Barraza seemed at peace as she spoke with staff and welcomed a visitor to her tidy town hall office. Having served as mayor since 2010, … more
The Las Cruces Bulletin welcomed experienced reporter Justin Garcia to its news staff last week. Garcia had previously covered local police, public safety and local government for the Las Cruces … more
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