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Deming residents near the 900 block of S. Silver Street were awakened Monday morning by a loud boom that shook windows, rattled pets and was followed by a cloud of smoke. Deming police confirmed … more
Dear Editor, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and her Democratic allies in the New Mexico legislature are proposing the largest and most comprehensive public antigun package in our state’s … more
I was driving through Colorado last summer when I encountered a series of electronic highway signs warning me to “slow the fast down.” Being a product of the Colorado school system, … more
The nonprofit Boys & Girls Club of Las Cruces, which specializes in afterschool and summer youth development programs, finalized the purchase of a new property for the club’s primary … more
Once upon a time, there was a little independent film that took the world by storm, racking up critical accolades and winning a plethora of international awards, including a little trinket called an … more
The Las Cruces Police Department and the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office shut down a portion of W. Picacho Avenue Monday after “an unknown item” was discovered at the Adult … more
Women make up nearly 44 percent of New Mexico’s Legislature — one of the largest representations of any state in the country. They make up the majority in the House of Representatives. … more
NMCO Studio, a leading creative studio in Las Cruces, is relocating to a spacious facility at 1335 S. Solano. Formerly situated in a 1,500-square-foot suite at the Arroyo Plaza on Lohman Ave, NMCO … more
I’ve been in ecclesiastical ministry more than fifty years. A sense of sobriety comes with serving that long. Nary a week goes by that I don’t contemplate the possibility that religious … more
As the New Mexico legislative session kicked off Tuesday, the public was blind in one very important respect. In the next four weeks, lawmakers will create a state budget worth at least $10 billion … more
Sexual violence in our institutions of higher ed will keep happening if governing authorities are not held responsible — in a meaningful way — for neglecting … more
 Join New Mexico State Parks on Saturday, Jan. 20 to celebrate Maggie’s 19th Birthday at Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park in Carlsbad. more
What do you think of when you hear the word improv? Chances are, you don’t think of it as spontaneous ensemble theatre, but that’s exactly what it is – a group of dedicated … more
A bill in the state legislature proposes preventing public libraries from banning books based on political or religious views from what one of the bill’s sponsors calls “hate … more
“Big news” spent the past year assuring us Donald Trump would win the Republican nomination and that his challengers were surely doomed to fail. Then, on the night of the first primary … more
Ron Perlman, star of film and television with a career spanning more than four decades, will be an honored guest at this year’s Las Cruces International Festival on April 4, where he will … more
La Posta de Mesilla is approaching its 85 th anniversary of operations, with plans underway to celebrate the occasion in September; but first, the restaurant is to be featured on an episode of the … more
Dear editor, I find it intriguing that there’s little discussion about the declining population in the United States, particularly given its implications for funding future liabilities. … more
Dear editor, Shouldn’t we be able to keep our back yards and front yards nice and green with plenty of water? Do farmers have enough stored water to keep their crops healthy? Do local … more
A Still Small Voice brings a musical treat to the Doña Ana Arts Council on Saturday, Jan. 20. The live music concert is from 7-8:30 p.m. at 230 S. Water St. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Joe … more
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