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Mid-term elections are coming up Nov. 8, but do you know what is true and false about elections? more
Volunteers from Las Cruces are joining the quarter of a million people who are walking in towns across the United States to draw attention to the fight for suicide prevention September 10. more
The Las Cruces City Council adopted a resolution accepting the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) campus master plan at its Aug. 15 regular meeting, calling for $26 million in capital improvements over the next five years. more
Jennette is a member of the Camp Hope (tent city) staff with a big heart and an arsenal of tools to help the most vulnerable. more
Many of the Afghan Pine Trees are struggling because they aren’t receiving the care they need. more
As part of the passion for community service that led her to start her own nonprofit organization, a Las Cruces high school student has created a website to help autistic children learn. more
The first phase of New Mexico State University’s Agricultural Modernization and Educational Facilities project is underway on the university’s Las Cruces campus. more
Beloved Mesilla-Las Cruces icon J. Paul Taylor spent part of his 102nd birthday with students, staff, parents and family members at J. Paul Taylor Academy. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) has awarded $166,000 to 15 organizations in the 10-county region of southern New Mexico the nonprofit serves, including many in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. more
While people with suicidal thoughts are the largest group calling the new 988 emergency behavioral health services number, the line is open to callers dealing with “all forms of crisis,” said New Mexico Behavioral Health Services Division Director Dr. Neal Boren. more
Karen Trujillo would be proud, knowing that she left a legacy of generosity that has resulted in a New Mexico State University student being able to pursue her degree in education this fall without having to worry much about the cost of tuition. more
Nick is a military veteran with PTSD and he admits he is wary of others and has trouble sleeping without nightmares. more
The need is the same, but the event and the venue are different, as Dress the Child of Las Cruces hosts a brand-new fundraiser that is bigger and better than ever. more
From Dec. 1, 2021-May 31, 2022, OIR Group, the private firm hired by the City of Las Cruces to audit the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD), investigated 16 total cases, including 11 formal citizen complaints and five internal investigations the department initiated. more
The New Mexico State University Library received a prestigious grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize and continue preserving a valuable collection stored in the library’s Archives and Special Collections. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., will change its Library Management System on Sept. 1. more
Auto burglaries continue to be crimes of opportunity, so Las Cruces police are once again reminding drivers to remove valuables and lock doors before leaving their vehicles unattended. more
An Open House for the Airport Master Plan will be from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug.23 at Las Cruces International Airport, 8990 Zia Boulevard. more
Anthony and Charlene both had children when they were younger, and they moved to Las Cruces earlier this year because Anthony’s adult son is living here. more
More than 50 local children with special needs got drafted onto 10 teams that are part of the Warrior League of Las Cruces and will get to play tee ball this fall. more
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