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James Meredith challenged Mississippi’s racial order and paved the way for integration nationwide. His path down the road of affecting change on a national scale all began in the … more
Magali Gomez, Ruben S. Torres Elementary School 5 th grade teacher was “bamboozled” when her name was called during a Dec. 12 assembly at the Deming school. She was expecting to … more
Adults with diabetes can learn how to make healthy, delicious meals at a Kitchen Creations cooking school. The next one will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Wednesday’s, Jan. 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7 at … more
The 3rd Judicial District Court is looking for a new judge in 2024 following the resignation of its most recent appointment. Mark Standridge, a former Las Cruces City Attorney and Assistant United … more
Winter may be upon us, but it’s never too early to start looking towards next spring’s planting season. The New Mexico Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Forestry … more
The U.S. Forest Service determined it will not be using helicopters and guns to cull cattle loose in the Gila National Forest next year. Federal officials said aerial operations were … more
Several years ago a radio interviewer asked Terry Alvarez, the one-of-a-kind, force-of-nature “Storydancer” who passed away on Dec. 8 after a long illness, about a life changing decision … more
The Shalem Colony Trail Park in Doña Ana County is among the beneficiaries of state outdoor recreation funds announced Wednesday. The $85,366.74 grant will be used to remediate 21 acres along … more
June 2, 2024, will be a historic day in Mexico with the almost-certain election of the country’s first woman president. The two leading candidates are former Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum … more
Everyone needs deodorant. Not everyone wants a synthetic, metallic-based aerosol sprayed on their skin every day.  People with sensitive skin or noses can find alternatives to "Big Soap" at … more
The Grant County Community Foundation was created to enrich lives through collective action across southwest New Mexico, and serves as a vessel to provide sustainable and permanent financial support … more
Volunteers fanning out across New Mexico to help the Audubon Society add to more than 120 years' worth of data about bird populations. more
Four traditional indigenous dance groups performed in front of the church in Tortugas Village throughout the day Tuesday, Dec. 12, as part of the annual Fiesta in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, … more
Las Cruces City Councilor Tessa Abeyta’s last scheduled council meeting will be Dec. 17, but she starts her next job the very next day: as Doña Ana County’s undersheriff. … 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
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
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
Tuesday, Nov. 27, a day after the New Mexico Supreme Court upheld an Oct. 6 ruling on the Congressional District 2 map, officials at the Republican Party of New Mexico “are contemplating our … more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will reopen the public comment period and host a public hearing for the proposal to designate approximately 1,636.9 acres of critical habitat in Otero County, New … more
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