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On a unanimous vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved the purchase of land near the Field of Dreams sports complex during a meeting on March 18. According to the agreement, the city will … more
A well-known business owner and philanthropist in Las Cruces with many awards to her credit soon will receive another prestigious award from the Las Cruces International Film Festival. Wanda … more
The Santa Teresa Port of Entry could see a major expansion if findings of a federal feasibility study, released last week, are realized. The General Services Administration and the Customs and … more
A federal initiative helping more than 68,000 low-income homes in New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District pay for the internet has begun winding down. That’s because Congress has not … more
Soroptimist International’s Las Cruces chapter announced more than $10,000 in Live Your Dream Education and Training awards to 10 women from New Mexico and west Texas. Cinthia Mullen of … more
White Sands Missile Range is revving up for the 35th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March on Saturday, March 16. More than 5,000 people are signed up to participate in the memorial march conducted … more
Private education recently became a bit more accessible at one Las Cruces school through a partnership with a national organization’s partial tuition scholarship program. Early this year, … more
On Wednesday, March 20, the Grant County Archaeological Society transforms its regular monthly meeting into a special … more
A jury voted not to convict a Mesilla Park woman whose son was mauled to death by foster dogs in 2021. Danika Jackson, 35, was found not guilty by a jury on one count of abandonment of a child … more
Doña Ana County welcomed the opening of a new fire station in Anthony, N.M. this week, saying it will serve as a training hub while providing service to the southern part of the county. … more
The plan to arrest a suspected drug smuggler was flawed and failed to adequately value the life of a New Mexico State Police officer who was shot to death by that suspect, according to a report … more
During spring break, Alma d’Arte Charter High School principal Adam Amador worked through the week assembling documents addressing a number of financial and academic concerns raised by the New … more
An era ended in downtown Las Cruces when My Brother’s Place, the popular restaurant and billiard hall that had been in operation on Main Street for over 40 years, closed in 2016. Q Time, … more
Las Cruces is sitting on at least $10 million of unspent money. Some of the money stems from the expansion of cannabis operations; but most of it arises in the aftermath of the historic opioid … more
The Board of Regents of New Mexico State University began a second search for a new leader on March 11 after deciding not to hire any of the five candidates they'd interviewed in recent weeks.  … more
Election season in the Mesilla Valley has officially begun. In all, 38 candidates filed to compete for 19 offices ranging from county clerks to district attorneys to state legislators. … more
Nusenda Credit Union announced this week that it had completed its purchase of Western Heritage Bank, effective March 12, with approval from the National Credit Union Administration. … more
An independent police auditor noted a rise in allegations against the Las Cruces Police Department during a presentation to the Las Cruces City Council on March 11. However, OIR Group, a … more
The city of Las Cruces broke ground on two affordable housing projects in March and February. The projects – one located at El Paseo Road and Farney Lane and the other at 130 N. Walnut … more
“’Vanya & Sofia & Masha & Spike’ by Christopher Durang, has been called wickedly, delightfully funny. And, Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) will perform the 2013 … more
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