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Las Cruces and Doña Ana County businesses looking to hire new employees might want to consider newcomers from Afghanistan who have resettled here. About 200 Afghanis – men and women, … more
Desert Exposure and the Tombaugh Gallery are celebrating World Turtle Day in May with an invitational art show featuring many local artists depicting all things turtle in their favorite medium, … more
The Las Cruces Museum of Art (MOA) will host “American Impressionism: Treasures from the Daywood Collection,” Friday, April 29 to Saturday, July 23. The collection includes 41 … more
Registration is now open for Las Cruces Ukefest 2022, which will be held Friday-Sunday, May 20-22 at the NMSU Music Building and New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The festival is hosted by … more
If you’ve moved to Las Cruces in the past 20 years, you may be curious why White Sands Missile Range has an annual event commemorating the Bataan Death March, or why U.S. Hwy. 70 is dubbed the … more
The Young at Heart Chorus will present a free concert featuring songs about names and places at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the Good Samaritan Auditorium, 3011 Buena Vida Circle, Young at Heart … more
A Children’s Theatre of the Mesilla Valley (ACT) will present both school and public performances of “Orphan Trains,” by Deborah Craig. The production is directed by Luis Castro and … more
Richard Antoine White’s mother was a hero. Homeless as a child, White was often hungry and cold. He said his imagination saved his life. Sometimes he had to imagine a warm blanket and food … more
The Mesilla Valley Iris Society celebrated its 50th Anniversary, (1971-2021) by hosting the American Iris Society convention April 11-16, in Las Cruces. The first ever AIS convention held in New … more
New Mexico State University’s Chile Pepper Institute will host its annual spring plant sale Thursday, April 21, and Friday, April 22, at the Fabián García Science Center, 113 W. University Ave., starting at 9 a.m. each day. more
Warmer temperatures and high spring winds are increasing fire danger in the Gila National Forest. A fire danger rating of high is defined as “all fine dead fuels ignite readily, and fires start easily from most causes.” more
National Library Week is celebrated each year in early April. This year, Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., held weeklong events, April 3-6. The week featured a Mini Art Show … more
A new exhibit, "Booms and Busts: Small Business in Grant County, 1880 - 1950," opened March 26 in the Museum's Dodge Gallery, and is the first of seven exhibits which take a deeper dive into each of … more
During four decades from the 1880s until his death in 1917, Tom Lyons reigned as the dominant rancher in Grant County, both respected and feared. At its peak, the Lyons and Campbell Ranch in the … more
This year’s Gila Earth Day will be celebrated in conjunction with Continental Divide Trail Days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, at Gough Park in Silver City. More than 30 … more
In a 55-year tradition where students, faculty, staff and alumni push carts resembling race cars around the Western New Mexico University campus, the operative word has been “fun.” For … more
The Give Grandly Coalition of nonprofits, with the help of the Grant County Community Foundation, is busy organizing their ninth annual community fundraising event. The small communities in Grant, … more
Las Colcheras Quilt Guild of Las Cruces is deeply involved in caring for the local community. The guild with its 200+ members provides quilts to those in need and respond to every … more
There’s a story behind each one of the 11,000-plus objects in the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum’s (NMFRHM) collection. One of the more interesting stories belongs to a wedding dress donated recently. more
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