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The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has completed a $2.7 million truck parking initiative, unveiling the state’s first Truck Parking Availability System (TPAS). This is … more
I am by nature an optimist, however, my optimism is being tested. Bill Maher, when being interviewed and asked about climate change recently, made the comment that we are like Thelma and Louise, … more
Doña Ana County’s Crisis Triage Center is on track to close at the end of the month when its service provider withdraws. more
In regard to my good friend Rob Wood's letter to you about migrants and the declining US population (Jan. 19): When my bilingual wife was volunteering to help the migrants at El … more
My dear friend, Mary Jane García, was many things: a New Mexico state Senator, a businesswoman, an anthropologist, a historian, an advocate for human and especially women’s rights, … more
“I’ll Be Gone in June” will be in Las Cruces in March. That’s the title of a feature film directed by Katharina Rivilis that will film in and around Las Cruces in March, … more
A mayoral ball organized by The Association on Jan. 20 brought together members of the business community and civic leadership for a black tie event welcoming new mayors Eric Enriquez (Las Cruces) … more
New Mexico Arts, a division of New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, has offered two residential fellowships to support the work of local and national artists. Las Cruces-based artist Marcus … more
Electronic Caregiver and Higher Cultures, LLC, both based in Las Cruces, were awarded job training grants through the New Mexico Economic Development Department. Electronic Caregiver received an … more
Friday, Jan. 26 Kyna Bryn Book Tour: Author reads and speaks on her books “Broken Not Shattered” and “Healed Not Broken,” 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Downtown Blues Coffee, 130 S. … more
I have always been puzzled by the crazy names of drugs and medications, especially those advertised on television – and there are plenty. Who comes up with these seemingly randomly lettered … more
Remembering Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during 2022, at one of the weirder political events of my news career. more
Violent crime and property crime reports fell in 2023 compared to 2022, according to the Las Cruces Police Department. Violent crime – a category encompassing shootings, sexual assaults, … more
A trio of bills to curb oil and gas pollution is under consideration by New Mexico lawmakers. New Mexico is the country's  second-largest oil producer  and a top gas producer. Rep. Debbie … more
Las Cruces City Councilor Becky Corran, representing District 5, was appointed to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Local Government Advisory Committee. The committee advises the … more
George Mendoza, a Las Cruces resident who overcame blindness to become an accomplished athlete and painter, will be signing a trilogy of books he has written, inspired by his life experiences, at … more
Vicki Henley came to Las Cruces to raise her children. With a criminal psychology degree, she was floating around delving into possible careers but never found herself content with any job she found. … more
An El Paso man faces federal charges after the FBI said he carjacked and killed a Las Cruces man in December. The FBI believes that Brayden Alvarado carjacked Abel Tarin, 43, and drove him to a … more
Traveling across the country, coffee house to coffee house, Kyna Bryn is talking about and sharing her books with whoever cares to listen. After living for three years in Las Cruces as a … more
Child well-being in New Mexico appears to be slowly improving with a marked decline in child poverty. Data  from New Mexico Voices for Children found child poverty in the state is lower than it … more
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