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Pets & People
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 The sparkle fizzled out this year for the annual Kitty Glitter Jewelry Sale. Like so many great events, Kitty Glitter was cancelled due to Covid-19.  But wait! You still … more
The hottest days of the summer have begun, with consecutive days forecast for highs well over 100 degrees. Both people and companion animals are vulnerable to heat-related health complications that can be deadly. more
Lost a cat? Found a dog? Stray ferret frolicking about your garden? The City of Las Cruces has added a new map to its website that shows areas within the city where companion animals have been reported as strays. more
Action Program for Animals is opening its facilities and programs after the COVID shutdown, but capacity at each facility will be reduced, and masks will be required at all times, worn by all people. more
Las Cruces teen Alex Smith, right, had to come up with a project to satisfy his Eagle Scout requirements, so he decided to combine his project with an honor to United States veterans. He contacted … more
It seems that more cats and dogs are staying home during COVID-19 too. more
The Bulletin asked two NMSU graduates about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives and about their future plans. Here are the responses from Rawan Elaksher (RE) and Maria Valenzuela (MV), thanks to NMSU Media Relations Officer Minerva Baumann. more
The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) is open for appointments from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. more
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) pet food bank remains closed to the public. more
Beginning July 1, a new funding stream will start flowing to facilitate low-cost spay/neuter initiatives across the state. more
Pitching in to fill a shortage of protective masks for county residents . more
“There is no evidence at this time that dogs or cats can become ill due to the novel Coronavirus,” said a prominent veterinarian and author. more
While the Las Cruces Space Festival has been canceled, the enthusiasm for all things space has not. The children of Las Cruces Public Schools turned in their work to a poster contest, and the quantity and quality of the artwork is testament to the lasting dream of space travel. more
President Don Williams, left, of the Gadsden Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) presents SAR’s fire safety commendation medal and award to New Mexico State University firefighter Robert Boehms. more
Las Cruces Public Schools security officer Luis Ruiz helps as staff at Conlee Elementary School distribute breakfast and lunch to students on a drive-up basis. Las Cruces Public Schools implemented … more
While humans shelter in place and practice social distancing to protect from spreading or contracting the Coronavirus, COVID-19, the companion-animal community also is taking steps to protect people … more
The Young at Heart Chorus was to have presented a free concert March 26 at Good Samaritan Auditorium, 3011 Buena Vida Circle. The concert is being postponed. more
Live Your Dream education grants recently were awarded to three Las Cruces women by Soroptimist International of Las Cruces. Winners were Domonique Janelewis, Christen Sanchez and Paola Viramontes. more
The Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation (STCF) presented a check for $1,610 to fifth-grade students at Riverside Elementary School in Sunland Park. more
When Camino Real Middle School (CRMS) eighth grader Joshua Jones arrived at Bowie High School in El Paso March 6, he was among more than 150 students waiting to compete in the 2020 El Paso Regional Spelling Bee. more
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