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Ministry organizes Aug. 21 parade of faith, unity

Parades normally celebrate significant dates or extraordinary people, but a Las Cruces ministry claims it’s time for a parade of spirit and unity.

Essential student research training goes virtual amid COVID-19 pandemic

Arts & Entertainment
Sister power: Mas Art moves to new location
Sisters Malu and Sandra Bender have taken their art and frame business, Mas Art, from its downtown location to a spacious, new …
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Dance goes on! Music/dance academy hasn’t lost a step
“The biggest challenge was dance,” Academy of Music & Dance owner Leslie Kowalski said, as the academy switched over …
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Artist Saba opens studio on west Picacho Avenue
“I love using graffiti in a fine-art atmosphere,” said Las Cruces artist Saba, who is opening a new studio and hoping to …
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Governor’s awards for excellence in the arts suspended until next year
The 2020 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts has been suspended until next year, with a new deadline of March 5, 2021, …
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Inland Sea by Allyson Packer
Join us through social media and other online special events for Inland Sea by Allyson Packer. Inland Sea refers to New Mexico’s …
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Local sports
‘Actions of kindness’: Players, colleagues, coaches recall a legend

“It’s like losing a guardian angel,” said Jimmy Collins, a 6-2 guard from Syracuse, who averaged 24.3 points a game for the 1969-70 Aggies. “It started back in 1966 and I’m sure it will continue until I leave this life.

Henson’s life leaves lasting legacy Lou Henson earned a spot in the College Basketball Hall of Fame for a coaching career that spanned 42 seasons and three universities, as well as two Final Four berths.
Self-analysis can be key to enjoyment, improvement All golfers want to get better. You want to acquire a higher skill level and play consistently better golf.
A legend takes wing Legendary NMSU and Illinois Basketball Coach Lou Henson died Saturday, July 25. He was 88.
Business
Magic and science combine to enchant, teach children

Las Cruces native Britton A. Goodwin has always been fascinated with science and magic performances, so he combined them to create Professor Bah-Boom Educational Entertainment.

MountainView brings tele-medicine to Las Cruces MountainView Regional Hospital (MVRH) is contracting with the nation’s leading multispecialty telemedicine physician group to bring teleneurology to Las Cruces.
Local couple takes over 40-year old framing, art supply shop The Frame and Art Center of Las Cruces has been operating and supporting the local arts community since 1980, but in June 2019, longtime owner Ron Saltzman sold it to two of his best employees, Branda and Ean Nevue.
Heath & Well Being
Veteran gets birthday surprise

Dwight Weir joined friends and family to watch more than 20 car, truck and firetruck loads of people drive past his home near Elks Drive Wednesday, July 29, providing a birthday surprise drive-by …

COVID-19 update: Monday, July 20, 2020

COVID-19 Statistics (Updates for Monday, July 20, 2020) New Mexico 17,215 cases, 476,497 tests (3.613% pos), 578 died, 6,814 recovered, 154 hospitalized. July 19: 16,971 cases, 469,215 tests …

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Click Here: "Shoofly Sundays," Virtual Workbooks, a Tribute to Rudolfo Anaya, and More Explore the latest online programming from the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), bringing the state’s unique blend of cultures into your home through its museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions.
COVID-19 update: Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020 COVID-19 Statistics (Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2020 updates) New Mexico 22,643 cases, 640,337 tests (3.536% pos), 693 died, 9,612 recovered, 134 hospitalized. Aug 10: 22,444 cases, 632,997 tests (3.546%), 690 died, 9,428 recovered, 127 hospitalized. Doña Ana County 2,517 cases, 58,897 tests (4.276% pos), 31 died, 1,105 recovered. Aug 10: 2,466 cases, 58,091 tests (4.245%), 31 died, 1,077 recovered.
Support Education! Partner with Solstice Senior Living at Las Cruces as we donate school supplies to help local families as they start the school year.
In the past
Census Takers to Start Follow Up with Nonresponding Households On Tuesday, August 11, the U.S. Census Bureau will begin visiting households that have not responded to the 2020 Census as part of its Nonresponse Followup (NRFU) operation.
NMSU reminds campus visitors that masks, social distancing are required University leaders are reminding visitors to all NMSU system campuses that they must comply with state public health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NMSU alumnus, ‘Aggie at heart’ promoted to Brigadier General The Department of the Air Force recently announced Col. Neil Richardson’s selection to the rank of Brigadier General, to be conferred during a ceremony in spring 2021.
Letters to the Editor
Engineer deans established student-centric culture at NMSU Feb. 16-21 was National Engineers Week, with the theme “Engineers: Pioneers of Progress.” Throughout its century-plus history, the New Mexico State University College of Engineering …
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