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Socks, cakes, cool art, granola, candles and jewelry were among the prize winners during the Kids Can Fiesta de la Primavera Youth Market held May 14 at Plaza de Las Cruces. The winners … more
The Carroll Petrie Foundation (CPF) awarded $15,000 to ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) of Las Cruces to support its Prisoners and Animals Working Toward Success (P.A.W.S.) training program. APA … more
Goodbye 39, hello 32 and 38! As a result of the last year’s redistricting of all New Mexico legislative seats, Doña Ana County is now part of nine New Mexico House of Representatives … more
Early voting in New Mexico’s primary election ends Saturday, June 4. Election day is Tuesday, June 7. Early voting locations Anthony City Hall Municipal Complex, 820 Highway 478, … more
With the Organ Mountains in the background, the first-ever graduating class of Organ Mountain High School moved their tassels from the right to the left Friday evening, May 20, as 361 students … more
The Fresh Chile Company (FCC) was awarded the 2022 Gold Innovation Award at the SIAL (French for Salon International de l’alimentation) America trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada in March, the New … more
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) encourages all people in New Mexico to avoid heat-related illness by staying in cool indoor places and hydrating, NMDOH said in a May 17 news … more
Two Las Cruces nurses were among 27 nurses and nurse advocates honored April 2 by the New Mexico Center for Nursing Excellence (NMCNE) during an awards ceremony in Albuquerque. Karl Ngoye from … more
At its May 16 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council adopted a resolution approving a $515.4 million budget for city government’s 2022-23 fiscal year. The proposed budget is a 9 … more
The City of Las Cruces Economic Development Department and New Mexico Workforce Connection co-sponsored a job fair May 12 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. Sixty companies, agencies and nonprofits … more
Sonoma Acupuncture Integrative Health (SAIH) donated $1,000 to Mesilla Valley CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) following a March 31 ribbon cutting celebrating SAIH’s new partnership … more
Several equestrians who are students at Red Sky Farm in Las Cruces won top prizes at the April 24 Carlsbad Horseman's Association Spring Show in Carlsbad, New Mexico, Red Sky Farm owner and trainer … more
From 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 28, Cruces Creatives, 205 E. Lohman Ave., will support creativity and raise funds by offering surplus tools and supplies for sale to the public at discounted prices, … more
Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP), a nonprofit, New Mexico MainStreet accredited organization, is collecting responses for their fourth annual community survey, the City of Las Cruces said in a … more
City Hall and most other City of Las Cruces offices will be closed Monday, May 30, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Police and fire services will not be affected. more
The Picacho Hills Property Owners Association held an in-person candidate forum May 17 for candidates in contested primaries in local and regional races “important to the community of Picacho … more
“I feel like he’s looking down on us with pride,” Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces (BGCLC) CEO Ashley Echevarria said as she spoke about the late Lou Henson at the Lou and Mary … more
When “Mother” Hubbard goes to her awards cupboard, she will find it anything but bare. Barbara Hubbard, who got her nickname from Bob Hope during a visit he made to Las Cruces decades … more
Following a national search, New Mexico State University has selected Bryan Ashenbaum as the next dean of its College of Business. Ashenbaum begins his role July 5. “We are delighted to have … more
Allison Nanez went straight into medical school after graduating from New Mexico State University last spring – and she didn’t have to venture far from her Aggie stomping … more
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