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New Mexico State University General Counsel Roy Collins III has a special connection to Juneteenth, the holiday that will be celebrated in Las Cruces June 16-19. Collins is a native of … more
New Mexico State University doctoral candidate Tyler Martin Sehnal will sign copies of his book “Playing in the Rain” 10 a.m.-noon, Saturday, June 17, at COAS Bookstore, 317 N. Main St. … more
Corazón Collective, a group of Texas- and California-based Latinx poets and writers, will tour New Mexico and El Paso June 16-24, including a stop in Las Cruces Sunday, June 18. Las … more
The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (FRHM) will host the third annual Fiber Extravaganza 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 17. Fiber demonstrations will include wool spinning, knitting, … more
Can't wait to see the beautiful, thought provoking, strange, human things you send us! Writing contest: Desert Exposure will continue its longstanding writing contest. Winners will be featured in our … more
Silver City MainStreet Project is excited to announce June’s Kick-Ass Entrepreneurs — Silver City (KAE-SC) Story Time featuring Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery. The … more
On Tuesday, June 13, the Board of Commissioners of Doña Ana County will honor the memory, legacy, and impact of former Governor Jerry Apodaca. Recognized for being the first Hispanic governor … more
The Jacob Bennett Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is celebrating the 120 th anniversary of the founding of the chapter in Silver City on June 10, 1903 at the Fort Bayard Theater … more
Silver City – Western New Mexico University’s (WNMU’s) Division of External Affairs is organizing an event for the public and campus community focused on Indigenous art, music, … more
Las Cruces’ own New York Times best-selling author, Jennifer Cervantes, signs a copy of “Always Isn’t Forever,” her new book for young adults, during a book-signing … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is partnering with the ARTE Institute for Lifelong Learning of Las Cruces to create six weekly art history classes focused on iconic American artist Georgia … more
Visual artist Daisy Quezada Ureña, who grew up in Las Cruces and Mexico, has been awarded a $50,000 Latinx Artist Fellowship by the U.S. Latinx Art Forum (USLAF). The award was announced … more
Wendy Robin Weir, one of the founding members of Agave Artist Gallery, is June's artist of the month at the gallery. Weir’s creates unique fabric collages. She began working in oils, … more
Nusenda Credit Union (NCU) has signed an agreement to acquire Western Heritage Bank (WHB), a state-chartered bank headquartered in Las Cruces, the credit union said in a news release. When … more
Frank “Pancho” Romero has a doctorate in trumpet performance; he is also a trumpet doctor. In fact, when it comes to the trumpet, Romero can play it, teach others to play it, compose … more
Mama Rose is a role Janet Beatty-Payne waited more than 30 years to play, and she totally rocks it in Las Cruces Community Theatre’s (LCCT) production of “Gypsy,” which continues … more
In a new class at New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute (CMI), students are learning how to create a web series, and they are producing episodes “that have some … more
New Mexico is a top producer of onions, and researchers at New Mexico State University continue to peel back the layers of why it’s an important crop in our state. The community has the chance … more
Otero Arts in Alamogordo is seeking artists for month long First Friday Art Exhibitions in 2024. All exhibitions are held at Otero Artspace located at 1118 Indiana Avenue in Alamogordo. more
The Western New Mexico University signature cultural event, ¡Fiesta Latina!, returns to campus June 15-18. At the center of the four-day festival is an artisan mercado that features the … more
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