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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
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 has been … more
New Mexico State University announced last week that Lisa Henderson is the university’s new general counsel and chief legal affairs officer. Henderson, who joined NMSU on Dec. 15, will … more
The 3rd Judicial District Court is looking for a new judge in 2024 following the resignation of its most recent appointment. Mark Standridge, a former Las Cruces City Attorney and Assistant United … more
An unhinged and threatening voice mail message left for a Texas congresswoman in May has resulted in a prison sentence for a Las Cruces man. Michael David Fox, 60, was portrayed in a federal … more
Winter may be upon us, but it’s never too early to start looking towards next spring’s planting season. The New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Forestry … more
The U.S. Forest Service determined it will not be using helicopters and guns to cull cattle loose in the Gila National Forest next year. Federal officials said aerial operations were … more
Several years ago a radio interviewer asked Terry Alvarez, the one-of-a-kind, force-of-nature “Storydancer” who passed away on Dec. 8 after a long illness, about a life changing decision … more
An unhinged and threatening voice mail message left for a Texas congresswoman in May has resulted in a prison sentence for a Las Cruces man. Michael David Fox, 60, was portrayed in a federal … more
The Las Cruces Fire Department reported Thursday that an early morning fire damaged a two-story home in the 2200 block of Desert Drive. Firefighters responded approximately 5 a.m. to find the … more
The Shalem Colony Trail Park in Doña Ana County is among the beneficiaries of state outdoor recreation funds announced Wednesday. The $85,366.74 grant will be used to remediate 21 acres along … more
National Wreaths Across America Day took place at over 4,225 participating locations across the country, including Arlington National Cemetery. This year, the event came to Las Cruces as volunteers … more
This story concludes a series of interviews with the deans of New Mexico State University’s six colleges. The delta regions of Andhra Pradesh in southern India do not initially remind one … more
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