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Individual volunteers, groups and civic organizations are invited to register for this year’s City of Las Cruces “Toss No Mas” cleanup event, which will be held 8 a.m.-noon Saturday, Oct. 8, the city said in a news release. more
Long-time Las Cruces business owner and community activist Wanda Bowman was named Las Cruces 2022 citizen of the year at the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce annual awards banquet, held Sept. 29 at Las Cruces International Airport (LCIA). more
Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) had raised more than $97,000 a few days after the Sept. 23 end date conclusion of its 2022 Tents to Rents campaign to help people struggling with homelessness move into their own apartments, and donations were continuing to be accepted. more
Karen Bailey and her husband, Brad, were so impressed with the Legacy Grandparenting Summit they attended simulcast they attended in Las Cruces last year, they have not only made plans to attend again this year, they also are volunteering to help with the event. more
Daytime summer water restrictions, which are in effect annually from April 1 to Sept. 30, have expired for 2022. more
The City will present an educational workshop, “New Mexico Capital Outlay Workshop,” for community members from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10 in Council Chambers at Las Cruces City Hall, 700 N. Main St. more
Doña Ana Community College’s (DACC) Library is hosting a series of workshops on how to preserve your family’s history. more
The 4th annual Great New Mexico Chile Taste-Off will be held Oct. 8 in Socorro. The event, sponsored by the New Mexico Chile Association, Bueno Foods, Socorro County, and the City of Socorro offers … more
Oct. 1, 2012, A Bite of Belgium first opened its doors – actually, its window – as a walk-up restaurant in a leased building at 741 N. Alameda Blvd. Ten years later, Jim and Jodi York own the building and the property surrounding it, offer extensive indoor and outdoor dining and have big plans for what is coming next. more
The New Mexico State University system enrolled its largest freshman class since 2009 this fall, driven by an expansion in eligibility for the state’s Opportunity Scholarship, along with tech-based initiatives aimed at boosting recruitment and retention. more
National Disability Employment Awareness Month, which begins Oct. 1, is a great time for Tresco, Inc. staff and contract employees to spread the word about the nonprofit’s mission to provide jobs and services for people with disabilities and excellent service to its nearly 60 partners throughout southern New Mexico. more
By mid-October, thousands of Las Cruces Public Schools students, staff, parents and visitors will have participated in International Walk to School Day celebrations at all 25 LCPS elementary schools. more
On the first day of class, about one in three students in the culinary arts program at Doña Ana Community College (DACC) is likely to list Taco Bell as his or her favorite restaurant. more
When Jason Smith became a firefighter in 2002, the Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) was responding to about 12,000 calls for service each year. 20 years later, Smith is the fire chief and the department is responding to more than 21,000 calls a year. more
The Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo opened Wednesday and runs through Sunday, Oct. 2 at the fairgrounds. Visit snmsttefairgrounds.net for details and schedule. more
The Las Cruces Public Art Program introduces “Discover Las Cruces Public Art,” a public art audio stories pilot program, with a scavenger hunt beginning Oct. 3, 2022, through the end of the October. more
Human Systems Research, Inc. (HSR), a Las Cruces nonprofit, got a belated 50th birthday present, and the City of Las Cruces received another high honor from the state of New Mexico, as both received 2022 heritage preservation awards from the New Mexico Cultural Properties Review Committee in May. more
If Las Cruces voters pass the general obligation (GO) bond question seeking $6 million for affordable housing, it will allow the City of Las Cruces to leverage other state and federal funding sources worth several times that amount and is important for the entire community, City Housing and Neighborhood Services Manager Natalie Green said. more
“I’m really pleased the city does have it,” former Las Cruces City Councilor Jack Eakman said about the city’s Oversight Committee (OC). Eakman has been one of three voting members of the OC since its first meeting in October 2020. He became OC chair last Oct. 1. more
“I believe in the people. I believe in democracy,” New Mexico State University government professor Kenneth Hammond said in an August interview. more
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