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COVID-19 Statistics (Update: approximately 10:15 a.m. MDT Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020) New Mexico Oct 19: 37,302 cases, 1,061,268 tests (3.5149% pos), 935 died, 20,001 rec. 183 hosp. Oct 18: 36,788 cases, 1,054,891 tests (3.4874% pos), 934 died, 19,894 rec. 171 hosp. Doña Ana County Oct 19: 4,765 cases, 94,225 tests (5.057% pos), 63 died, 2,439 rec. Oct 18: 4,663 cases, 93,819 tests (4.971% pos), 63 died, 2,421 rec. more
The City of Las Cruces has launched the Las Cruces Small Business Continuity Grant Program to assist Las Cruces businesses and nonprofit agencies and organizations who have been negatively impacted by Covid-19. more
Families are haunted by the same dilemma: How can they safely celebrate Halloween during in the midst of COVID-19. To help, the City of Las Cruces is hosting Spooky Las Cruces, an interactive and virtual celebration for ghouls of all ages. more
A public health expert whose research has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Yahoo News and several other major media outlets is the newest faculty member in the College of Health and Social Services at New Mexico State University. more
Are you ready for a Spooktacular night in with your four-legged friends? Join the DACHS from 6-8 p.m.  on Wednesday, Oct. 21 on Facebook for virtual Yappy Hour event, Yappy Halloween! more
The New Mexico Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) awarded three teachers from Las Cruces Public Schools with top honors for helping students succeed and for their community involvement in CTE programs. The awards were announced during the ACTE state conference in September. more
The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department reminds the community to follow COVID-19 safe practices and the State Public Health Order still in place. more
COVID-19 Statistics (Update: approximately 9:30 a.m. MDT Monday, Oct 19, 2020) New Mexico Oct 18: 36,788 cases, 1,054,891 tests (3.4874% pos), 934 died, 19,894 rec, 171 hosp. Oct 15: 34,958 cases, 1,027,392 tests (3.40259% pos), 922 died, 19,457 rec, 150 hosp. Doña Ana County Oct 18: 4,663 cases, 93,819 tests (4.971% pos), 63 died, 2,421 rec. Oct 15: 4,355 cases, 91,173 tests (4.777% pos), 63 died, 2,349 rec. more
The Las Cruces International Airport, 8990 Zia Boulevard, will soon be sporting a new look and upgrades to match, after recently undergoing more than $4 million in safety and facility upgrades, launching a new airport logo, and announcing a forthcoming barbecue restaurant. more
New Mexico State University's Black Programs will host a two-mile walk Thursday, Oct. 22, as part of a national initiative for African-American women and girls that promotes healthy living, families and communities through walking. more
ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is growing, and part of the growth is moving from its present location at 800 W. Picacho Ave. to a new, larger facility at 537 N. Solano Dr. As is the case with most nonprofits, relies heavily on financial support from the community to further its mission. more
Las Crucens Annette Mirabal and Laura Bruggemann have opened 4 Directions Integrative Mental Health at 125 W. Boutz Road and have begun accepting referrals from Las Cruces and surrounding areas. more
Casa Camino Real Bookstore will host a drive-by book event Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Local and neighborhood children and their families are invited to pick up books in age-designated book bags. more
The Tombaugh Gallery has launched a virtual presence to showcase the artists who would have had their exhibits in the gallery this fall and into the spring had it not been for the pandemic and state public health orders. more
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, Pat Gill’s friends and fellow storytellers got together on Zoom to give her an award for 60 years as a dedicated member of Storytellers of Las Cruces (STLC) and to let her know how much those 60 years of service through storytelling had meant to them and to the community. more
The global health pandemic, police brutality and a host of other economic and social issues are causing fear and insecurity across the United States, Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) candidate Gloria La Riva said. more
After a long saga, Border Area Mental Health Services is changing its name back to Southwest Counseling Center and is growing again, with plans to open an office in Anthony. more
Anna-Marie Aldaz touched the lives of many, through friends and family and the students she encountered while teaching. As a receiver of multiple awards for teaching, Aldaz dedicated her life to enriching students' lives with learning. more
For a second year, Jardin de los Niños is partnering with the Survivors Clean and Sober Motorcycle Club (SCSMC) to advance Jardin’s mission of serving children and their families who are struggling with homelessness. more
Police are looking for the suspect or suspects who stole three new utility terrain vehicles from a Las Cruces dealership earlier this week. On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Las Cruces police learned that … more
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