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As you walk through the front doors of Las Cruces Public Schools’ newly renamed Dr. Karen M. Trujillo Administration Complex, 505 S. Main St., you will find a dazzling display of colors used to decorate an ofrenda paying homage to LCPS staff members who have passed away in 2021. more
As of Oct. 15, Doña Ana County has paid out $4.6 million in rental and utilities assistance to 793 households and encumbered another $80,000, which will be paid out by mid-November for a cumulative total of $5.47 million, the county said in a news release. more
Mayor Ken Miyagishima said the Las Cruces City Council is very pleased with the performance of City Manager Ifo Pili. more
Boo! The staff at Willow & Blaine Bistro, 118 N. Mesquite St., carved a variety of jack-o-lanterns to celebrate Halloween. more
Optimist Club of Las Cruces President Len Hampton recently presented a club donation of $250 to Marci Dickerson, owner of The Game and Game II and Dickerson Catering, for her Revolution 120 nonprofit. more
The NMSU Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) will host four presentations in November about the development of New Mexico’s built environment, ALR member Jeffrey Brown said in a news release. more
The Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) in Las Cruces presented an SAR life- saving medal to Shaha Aziz of Las Cruces, SAR said in a news release. more
Oct. 28 was National First Responders Day, and Electronic Caregiver (ECG) of Las Cruces took burritos and doughnuts to first responders at a number of emergency-response departments in Las Cruces. more
Salma Barragan, a senior at Centennial High School, was named the 2022 first alternate distinguished young woman of New Mexico, Distinguished Young Women of New Mexico (DYWNM) State Program Chair Dora Jasso announced to the Bulletin. more
Mesilla Valley Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) was burglarized in late October and is asking for the community’s help in recovering from the losses sustained in the burglary. more
Las Cruces Bulletin staff members came home from the New Mexico Press Association annual awards banquet Saturday, Oct. 30, with several recognitions. “Our team here at the Bulletin works … more
“It is such an exciting time to get to be undersecretary for Rural Development, as we are about to see this historic investment in rural America,” Xochitl Torres Small said in an Oct. 28 online interview with the Bulletin. Torres Small of Las Cruces was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in mid-October as the undersecretary for Rural Development in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In 2019-20, Torres Small was the U.S. representative for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District. She lost re-election in 2020 to current U.S. Rep. Yvette Herrell, R-N.M. more
New Mexico’s prison population continued a downward trend in August 2021, with prisons holding an average of 5,794 inmates (5,266 men and 528 women), a 0.6 percent decrease compared with July 2021 and a 7.2 percent decrease compared with August 2020. The numbers were part of the New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee’s (LFC) September 2021 news release. more
It appears the City of Las Cruces will have an all-female city council for the first time since the city’s first election in 1907. Unofficial returns show that 11.2 percent, or 14,434 of Doña Ana County’s approximately 128,000 eligible voters, cast ballots in the election, the county clerk’s office said in a news release. That compares to a 16 percent turnout in 2019. more
Once a year, the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce hosts “Thanks Team WSMR” an event held at White Sands Missile Range to give back to the soldiers, their families and civilians on … more
New Mexico State University anthropology students had the chance to participate in the first professional excavation and exploration of an archeological site in southeastern Utah inhabited by ancestors of the Pueblo people. more
New Mexico State University’s sixth annual Military and Veterans Appreciation Week is Saturday, Nov. 6-Friday, Nov. 12, NMSU said in a news release. more
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The below information is current as of 4:15 p.m. Monday, April 20. As we know, the news regarding Coronavirus and responses is changing by the minute. We will work to update as … more
In 1930, Las Cruces and NMSU legend Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto, which was designated as the ninth and most distant planet in our solar system. more
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