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Three years after Albert Fountain and his 8-year-old son, Henry, went missing in the desert between La Luz and Las Cruces, two men – Oliver Lee and James Gilliland – were tried for the murders. more
To celebrate the 90th anniversary of Clyde Tombaugh’s discovery of the planet Pluto, the New Mexico State University Library and Department of Astronomy are facilitating a discussion panel, which will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, on the third floor of Zuhl Library, 2911 McFie Circle. The event is free and open to the public. more
Even on a rainy, cold Tuesday morning, the Belton Bridge Club of Las Cruces is the place where aspiring bridge players gather to learn the game from John Randall, whose patient approach and calm demeanor help make learning a complex game a little less intimidating. more
Logan Corbett coaches rodeo at New Mexico State University, but he explains a rider’s success on the back of a horse or a bull – or in any life situation – using a mathematical formula: C = PE + ST(2). more
Nick Lassiter has a passion for skateboarding and a plan to help the City of Las Cruces fund and build a new facility for skateboarders. more
Just in time to celebrate its 14th anniversary, Las Cruces-based digital-first marketing firm Sinuate Media added Electronic Caregiver to an already expansive client list that also includes Spaceport America and clients in more than a dozen U.S. states and several foreign countries. more
Memorial Medical Center’s (MMC) Art Initiative Exhibit and SweetHeart Expo will open Sunday, Feb. 23, as part of Las Cruces’ month-long For the Love of Art Month celebration. more
Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery, 2470 Calle de Guadalupe, just south of the historic plaza in Mesilla, will host an open house as part of the communitywide For the Love of Art. more
The Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) will feature some unique elements during its pops concert this weekend in Atkinson Recital Hall in the New Mexico State University Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe. more
You can sponsor a singer or musician, a song and/or a show for the New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s production of “Broadway on Stage.” more
A myriad of events is planned for the 2020 Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF), March 4-8, 2020. Now in its fifth year, LCIFF brings independent film, industry experts, celebrities, film makers, film students and film lovers together for a five-day extravaganza. more
“The Song of Names” is one of the slowest movies to progress through the theaters this year (released in December 2019), taking a deceptively simple mystery theme and moving it through time via flashbacks, between 1938, to 1951 and 1986. more
ToadHall productions’ latest offering is "Murderess," by Anne Bertram, “an intriguing play composed of six monologues by six historical women suspected of or charged with murder,” said ToadHall founder and play director Ken Forestal. more
The unique and thought-provoking artwork of New Mexico State University Art Department MFA student Katrina Chandler will be a part of the very first show at the University Art Museum when it opens Feb. 28. The exhibit continues through May 28, 2020. more
The New Mexico House of Representatives passed a proposed state budget Feb. 5 that contains total recurring appropriations of $7.614 billion, a 7.5 percent ($529 million) increase over the current fiscal year, according to a news release from House Democrats. more
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico – in conjunction with local philanthropists – recently hosted its second “100 Who Give Las Cruces” event and awarded $2,800 to La Casa, Inc. more
The Children’s Reading Alliance and the Junior League of Las Cruces have joined forces to increase public awareness about the importance of reading to children and encouraging children to read. more
Jardin de los Niños, which provides education and childcare services to homeless and near-homeless children in Las Cruces, will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a special recognition of its founders, Sister Beth Daddio and the late Sister Anna Waldschmitt. more
Mourning the loss of two local residents. more
One of the speakers during a series of Black History Month events in Las Cruces in February is New Mexico State University Associate Professor Henrietta Williams Pichon, Ph.D. more
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