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About 350 students from four Las Cruces Public Schools high schools were in the parking lot of Rawson Builders Supply and Doña Ana Community College (DACC) Technical Studies, 2345 and 2355 E. Nevada Ave., to participate in the Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s (LCHBA) Tyson Brown Memorial Build My Future Showcase 2021. more
The U.S. Senate has confirmed former New Mexico U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small of Las Cruces as undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture for Rural Development. more
The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office has added a ninth early-voting site that will be available to county voters beginning Saturday, Oct. 16. more
Thanks in part to a $600,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Las Cruces Public Schools is adding two more community schools to improve the quality of education at the schools and the quality of life in each school community. more
The Doña Ana County Commission joined the nationwide recognition of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and honored La Casa Inc. domestic violence program for its efforts in domestic violence prevention, awareness and support, the county said in a news release. more
The Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) in Las Cruces presented Las Cruces Police Officer Adrian De La Garza the Sons of the American Revolution heroism medal in September. more
US Bank, 101 Gold, Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico (CAA), Comet Cleaners, D2 Designs, Knights of Columbus and local Pic Quik stores are working together to sponsor the Coats for Kids program in Las Cruces in 2021, the organization’s 27th consecutive year of providing warm coats to children in need. more
“I’m really excited about where we’re heading,” Ifo Pili said, as he begins his second year as Las Cruces city manager. His first day with the city was Sept. 8, 2020. more
Southern New Mexico Pride Week 2021, Sept. 25-Oct. 3, included a Drag Queen Alfresco Kick-Off at Salud de Mesilla and more. more
Friends of Doña Ana Community College President Dr. Monica Torres, shown at center, holding one end of the banner, contributed the weekend of Oct. 2-3 to Torres’ Tents to Rents campaign to help Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) end homelessness. more
With a $2,000 check presented by The Shed owner Gabe Mendoza to Casa de Peregrinos (CdP) emergency food program Executive Director Lorenzo Alba, CdP surpassed its $50,000 goal for its third annual Hunger Strike fundraiser. more
“I can’t get the smile off my face,” said pilot and state Sen. Bill Soules of Las Cruces during his attendance at Wings n Wheels ‘Fest, Saturday, Sept. 25, at Las Cruces International Airport (LCIA). more
Pamela Cort was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education in July and is seeking a full four-year term in the Nov. 2 local election. more
The present and possible future of General Obligation (GO) Bond projects were discussed by the Las Cruces City Council at its Monday, Sept. 27, work session at Las Cruces City Hall. more
STS of New Mexico General Manager Van Wamel is not only interviewing bus-driver applicants and training new drivers, he’s also driving a bus himself. more
They may not come up during the 2022 New Mexico Legislature because it’s a short session restricted to budget matters and the governor’s call, but some important structural changes to education in New Mexico are on their way, said state Sen. Bill Soules. more
For state Sen. Bill Soules and many of his colleagues, “lots of the real work” on legislation gets done during the long gaps between sessions of the New Mexico Legislature. more
Electronic Caregiver, of Las Cruces, has been awarded $235,000 in New Mexico Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) funding to support plans to expand and create 120 new jobs. more
There is a little something for everyone at the City Council District 2 first-ever Fiesta event open to the public from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, October 9 at Tony Gomez Park. more
The City-wide spring/summer daytime outdoor watering (from April 1 through September 30) restricting customers from watering during the hours between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., has expired for the year. more
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