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Installation of bridge sensors for the Interstate 10 overpass will require overnight road closures on sections of University Avenue and S. Main Street underneath the bridge next week, the New Mexico … more
Corwyn Shaughnessy embarked on his educational journey at New Mexico State University more than 20 years ago. Early on, he grappled with personal challenges that greatly impacted his academic … more
An amendment that would have reauthorized and extended compensation to New Mexico’s victims of nuclear radiation was removed from the annual National Defense Authorization Act, released last … more
Local filmmaker Andrew Jara has announced his award-winning cosmic horror film, “The Empty Space,” released in November through Bayview entertainment. After successfully launching in the … more
The Tombaugh Gallery at 2000 S. Solano Drive, presents Kathy Baker and Vickie Morrow in December for their exhibit “A Feast For Your Senses: Texture, Color, and Spirit.” The two … more
An idea that started 50 years ago has grown to more than 300 cities throughout the United States, in several foreign countries, and now in our own Las Cruces, will be   p.m. Saturday, Dec. … more
New Mexico’s beautiful, rugged scenery is preserved in the images of Las Cruces photographer David Turning. “Wandering Reflections” is an exhibition at the New Mexico Farm … more
The National Hispanic Cultural Center was in Las Cruces Friday, Dec. 1, to celebrate the first member of its Cultural Ambassador Program – the Doña Ana Arts Council. The purpose of … more
The Farm & Ranch Museum’s second annual Farm La-La will be 4-8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19. The event will feature thousands of Christmas lights, trolley rides, crafts, s’mores, hot … more
Cruces Creatives will host a holiday gift buying party and fundraiser from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at the Hood, 3206 Harrelson St. In addition to perusing arts and antiques, a silent auction, … more
To celebrate its 40 th anniversary of the “The Nutcracker Ballet” production, the Las Cruces Chamber Ballet has spared no expense. For the first time, the Chamber Ballet Orchestra, … more
The New Mexico Economic Development Department announced last week two more companies have been awarded state economic assistance to boost manufacturing expansions and create jobs at New … more
To say the New Mexico State University football team has made a splash in its first season in Conference USA would be a major understatement. In addition to going 7-1 in conference play and … more
The Baha’is of Las Cruces will host "The Unfolding Teachings of Jesus as Revealed in Christian, Islamic and Baha'i Scripture" at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, 2909 Devendale Ave. This is an … more
Chanukah on the Plaza will be celebrated 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, at Plaza de Las Cruces. Barbara “Mother” Hubbard will light the giant menorah and the City of Las Cruces will present … more
“Art of the Yellow Springs;” Eighth Annual Holiday Art Sale; Luminarias at Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park; “A Snow White Christmas;” “The Nutcracker;” and more. more
Organizers in Luna County on Wednesday, Dec. 6, announced the launch of a campaign seeking a new 245,000-acre national monument for southern New Mexico. The proposed Mimbres Peaks National … more
That is the emphasis for the Dec. 10-12 celebration in the Village of Tortugas, the annual Fiesta in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The residents of the Village of Guadalupe and Village of San Juan … more
Monday was the 54 th anniversary of the Bulletin’s debut issue: Volume 1, No. 1, a broadsheet newspaper with a black and blue nameplate up top and a centerpiece photo of founding general … more
A century-old fire engine once in the service of Las Cruces firefighters completed a long journey this week from a salvage yard, to a local home, all the way to Oregon and back again. It was … more
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