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On the same day New Mexico State University announced a new interim president, following a failed search for a permanent appointment, professors pushing for a union expressed optimism about their … more
A barefoot woman was seen leaving a grey SUV, a voice called out “No!” and was immediately drowned out by multiple gunshots before the car drove off in the direction of Mesilla. That … more
The Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved funding for a new emergency management center during a meeting on March 26.  The Office of Emergency Management … more
Future generations will never know the sights of the Kilby Motel or the infamous “eyesore” on Main Street – not if the city of Las Cruces has its way. Both buildings were … more
The Association Women’s Group, a local organization of women in business, hosted its second annual Girls Leveling Up conference last week, bringing 250 young women in the Las Cruces Public … more
One city council member voted no on the contract citing concerns about communications. more
Four Las Cruces women were hailed as ‘trailblazers’ as they were named 2024 Women in American History by the Doña Ana County chapter of the New Mexico Society of the Daughters of … more
The Hatch Police Department recently welcomed a newly appointed chief, Aurora Hernandez, who is officially the first Hispanic female chief to lead law enforcement in the Doña Ana County … more
It’s a new year and a new look for Doña Ana County. On March 25, Doña Ana County unveiled a new logo and seal after the Board of County Commissioners approved the designs on … more
Attorney Jannette Mondragón was appointed by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to fill a vacant seat on the Doña Ana County Magistrate bench, the governor’s office announced Friday. … more
The city of Las Cruces maintains it did not violate the Open Meetings Act in deciding, outside of an official meeting, how to proceed with a city manager search. more
The Las Cruces Home Builders Association’s annual Casa for a Cause event distributed $145,000 to 26 local nonprofit organizations this year. The project, formerly known as the Anniversary House … more
New Mexico State University regents tapped Monica Torres, chancellor of the university’s community colleges, as its second consecutive interim president Thursday, with the prospect of leading … more
The federal courthouse in downtown Las Cruces is among the federal buildings slated to receive electric vehicle charging ports across the United States, the General Services Administration announced … more
A 17-year-old high school student who spoke harshly in public comments at a meeting of Alma d’Arte Charter High School’s governing board found himself in an encounter with Las Cruces … more
A decision to revoke the police credentials of two Las Cruces officers charged with murder was tabled during a meeting of the state’s top policing board last week. The New Mexico Law … more
A Las Cruces man who shot at police officers after a car chase in 2023 was sentenced to 54 years in prison on Friday. Bobby Charles Crawford, 47, was convicted by a jury of two counts of … more
The interim president of New Mexico State University appointed a new provost last week following the resignation of Provost Alan Shoho. Shoho, who had been provost and chief academic officer … more
The Las Cruces Bulletin has moved its offices to the Electronic Caregiver building in downtown Las Cruces. more
Las Cruces announced it had made a tentative offer to the assistant city manager to succeed Ifo Pili. more
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