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Barbara Toth founded Vulnerable Road Users New Mexico (VRUNM) in 2020 after her husband was struck by a vehicle and nearly killed while riding his bicycle in a Las Cruces neighborhood. A … more
A familiar name in southern New Mexico journalism will join the Las Cruces Bulletin staff Friday, Dec. 1, when Algernon D’Ammassa reports to work as the Bulletin’s new managing … more
The Association presents the inaugural "Her Impact" conference to address leadership, goal setting, and the myth of having it all. Her Impact Conference, a dynamic event dedicated to empowering … more
Every year, the Las Cruces Bulletin publishes a series of stories on ways to help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. The series will include many nonprofits that would welcome … more
On July 11 a loaded gas tanker went over the Interstate 10 and Interstate 25 interchange bridge "too fast" and overturned which caused the fuel to spill out and engulf the entire bridge in flames. … more
This Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 23, is the 402 nd anniversary of the first Thanksgiving gathering, held in November 1621 in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts, when the newly arrived Pilgrims sat with … more
Every year, the Las Cruces Bulletin publishes a series of stories on ways to help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. This is the third in a series that will include many … more
Every year, the Las Cruces Bulletin publishes a series of stories on ways to help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. The series will include many nonprofits that would welcome … more
Las Cruces Public Schools has launched a 2023 “Campus Kindness Drive” as students and staff at LCPS elementary, middle and high schools “work collectively as a campus to serve … more
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes is a chronic, long-lasting, health condition that causes blood sugar levels to rise far above what’s healthy. This disease affects … more
When the City of Las Cruces decided to dedicate the pavilion at Plaza de Las Cruces for Roberto V. Estrada, they didn’t just give him a plaque, they gave him the “whole enchilada,” … more
During an aerospace update luncheon with the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce, a panel made up of Debbi Moore, Chamber President & CEO; Jason Lazich, Virgin Galactic director or … more
It might not make hearts skip a beat like the sight of a Monarch butterfly or gray wolf, but biologists say a rare flowering New Mexico plant nonetheless deserves endangered species protection. … more
New Mexico wants to curb gun violence by getting firearms off the street, and while recent gun buyback events drew lots of attendees, some experts say they haven't been found to reduce gun violence. … more
SUNLAND PARK – Food insecurity is soaring in Sunland Park, Doña Ana County’s southernmost community of about 17,400 people along the U.S.-Mexico border. But the need for food … more
Every year, the Las Cruces Bulletin publishes a series of stories on ways to help those in need in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. The series will include many nonprofits that would welcome … more
“We are a rich state that allows half our people to live in poverty,” Las Cruces state Sen. Bill Soules said. “We’re saving money for our grandchildren while our children are … more
The Veterans Day Parade in Las Cruces Nov. 11 in Downtown Las Cruces. The  Parade has been put on by volunteers since 1995 in support of local Veterans. more
Looking to chop down your own Christmas tree this year? Here’s how it starts. Christmas tree permits for the Lincoln National Forest are available both online, and in National Forest offices, … more
If you’re planning to travel in and around the intersection of Main Street and University Avenue the next few days, you’d better check your watch before you go. From 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. … more
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