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As a designated Hispanic-serving institution, New Mexico State University takes pride in its diversity, and will reflect those values in a series of events during Hispanic Heritage Month. more
The Bumblebee Transformer (also known as local performer Manny Castorena) will be the special guest, noon-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, as Marine Corps Reserves Toys for Tots of Las Cruces holds its first fundraiser of the 2022 holiday season. more
Thirty-two veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts are taking to the sky Sept. 29 after a two-year Covid hiatus as part of Honor Flight of Southern New Mexico’s next journey to Washington, D.C. more
“We are truly grateful for your commitment,” Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Debbi Moore said Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 13, as the chamber congratulated and welcomed Las Cruces’ newest police officers. more
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture and the New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) will host the ninth edition of AG Day 2-4 p.m. … more
I was on the sideline when Abraham Romero was injured. Photographing the game for local newspapers, I saw every play on the field up close that night. By the third quarter, I knew people's lives had … more
“We had roughly 800 people between guests and chefs,” Mesilla Valley Hospice (MVH) Provider Relations Representative and event coordinator Staci Mays said about attendance at the 14th … more
Southern New Mexico Pride’s annual Pride Celebration includes more than a full week of activities in Las Cruces and Mesilla, beginning Sept. 23 and continuing through Oct. 2, with the big … more
The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office is hosting trainings for election officials for the 2022 General Election at the Doña Ana County Government Center located at 845 N. Motel Blvd. in Las Cruces. more
The New Mexico Department of Agriculture and the New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) will host the ninth edition of AG Day prior to the NMSU football game on Sept. 24. more
Ready to spice things up, New Mexico State University is adding another licensed product to its list and it’s bringing the heat. “Pete’s Most Wanted Salsa” made its debut and hit the shelves in September 2022. more
Each year, Las Cruces Public Schools applies and receives funds from the State of New Mexico to participate in the New Mexico Grown program. Our district is proud to participate in this program not only to support our local farmers, but to also provide students with the opportunity to eat foods that are grown here in our state. more
Doña Ana Community College and Union Pacific announce a new workforce training academy in Sunland Park, New Mexico. more
Diez y Seis, the celebration of Mexican Independence Day will be celebrated with multiple events this weekend in the Mesilla Valley. more
Rob Sharp and Rebecca Lescombes were part of the 2019 Men Who Cook event, cooking for Wilson-Binkley Advertising and Marketing and St. Clair Winery. more
“Reading personal letters of deceased people is kind of a strange way of getting to know them,” NMSU Archives and Special Collections Department Head Dennis Daily said Sept. 9, as the department celebrated received a $350,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. more
In 2019, the New Horizons spacecraft flew by a snowman-shaped object within the Kuiper belt, a giant ring on the outskirts of our solar system composed of rocky and icy bodies orbiting the sun. more
Jorge is the support service case manager for the Desert Hope apartments, and he puts his 16 years of experience helping others to work with the residents. more
Earning a Republican National Committee Chairman’s Champions Medal, long-time volunteer in Doña Ana County Elizabeth Ortega talks about the work she does for the party. more
“We will have 100 percent participation again from our elementary schools (25 schools),” long-time Las Cruces Public Schools Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Coordinator Ashleigh Curry said about Las Cruces Public Schools’ 2022 International Walk to School Day. more
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