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MountainView hospital has very generously supported the Senior Amigos program for seniors for many years now. This is a program for people 50+ and provides socialization, exercise, crafts and … more
The chamber music ensemble Camerata del Sol will perform Johannes Brahms’ String Sextet Op. 18, free to the public, in El Paso and Las Cruces this month. Camerata del Sol was founded in … more
The Young at Heart Chorus, a local company of singers entertaining at assisted living and nursing homes as well as senior centers, will present its final concert before taking a summer break on May … more
The American Southwest Theatre Company concluded its 2023-24 theatrical season with the closure of its musical production , “The Addams Family” at the end of April followed by annual … more
The Las Cruces Public Libraries announced it will “kick off summer” with a book fair on the east mesa early in June. The fair is scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 8, at … more
"The Atomic Rocketeer" is a 2024 documentary from Larry L. Sheffield that tells the complete story of Wernher Von Braun, the German scientist and his band of German Rocketeers that was acquired by … more
Saturday, May 18, marks the second annual Burlesque Baseball game, at least in this century, and the Silver City Museum Society promises an afternoon of laughs, children's activities and good, clean … more
WNMU will dedicate its new John Arthur and Janette Smith Educational Center at a public ceremony May 24 in Deming. The 8,697 square foot center will house the university’s Deming health program … more
The Hillsboro Community Center (HCC) is hosting a Contra Dance, featuring the Big Ditch Crickets from Silver City from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, May 19. A contra dance is a form of folk dancing made … more
Every time I drive past the construction project on the corner of Farney and El Paseo, just down from my house, I feel a little bit better about our city’s future. When completed, the … more
When Richard Todd’s wife, Yolanda, was diagnosed with breast cancer, her doctors suggested she drink alkaline water to support her immune system. But the options available in Las Cruces … more
“Here’s to all literature, the power of women’s stories and our ancestors all those women who have come before our mothers.” – Author Denise Chávez more
A two-week summer camp organized by the Las Cruces Fire Department to instill confidence and leadership skills in youth will open for registration Friday. Admission to the free day program is open to … more
Recreational-use cannabis was legalized in New Mexico two years ago. Since then, New Mexicans have been enjoying safe and clean cannabis products from legitimate retailers across the state. … more
On May 9, more than 500 erstwhile students of Doña Ana Community College moved their tassels over as they graduated with degrees and honors ready to go out and challenge the world and … more
Off the grid at Pitchfork Ranch A. Thomas Cole and his wife, Lucinda, have been putting their lives into the land. Upon retirement, they bought an 11,393-acre cattle ranch in 2003 with plans to … more
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Las Cruces District announces a 45-day public comment period for the final Recreation Area Management Plan and Environmental Assessment finding. more
It is nearly summer, and time to go to bat for those struggling with hunger in New Mexico. This Saturday, letter carriers with the U.S. Postal Service will collect nonperishable food items on the … more
A judge disqualified a district attorney candidate after finding dozens of nominating petition signatures invalid. The ruling on April 8 means Las Cruces attorney Pedro Pineda won’t appear … more
New Mexico State University will award more than 2,000 degrees this week at commencement ceremonies honoring spring 2024 graduates. NMSU will recognize students who completed graduate degrees in … more
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