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Doña Ana County received a clean audit following a presentation at a Board of Commissioners meeting on Feb. 13. Auditors with Hinkle and Landers, an Albuquerque-based firm, issued … more
Fiber optic internet provider Vexus Fiber recently completed phase one of a $250 million new fiber network in Albuquerque, projected for completion in 2028. Last week, the company said it broke … more
Since becoming the chief of the Las Cruces Police Department last year, Jeremy Story has delivered a dozen news conferences. He's been more visible than previous chiefs and more willing to be the … more
If the title “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” inspires a chuckle, don’t miss this musical. Composer Jimmy Roberts and book writer and lyricist Joe DiPietro aptly … more
Author and poet Heather Frankland will present the next workshop in The Write Stuff writing series, a 2-hour talk and generative workshop: Of Love and Heartbreak: Using Poetry as a Tool to Navigate … more
In 2003, then-Gov. Bill Richardson convinced New Mexico voters that the only way to fix our chronically underperforming schools was to scrap the old state school board and put one person in charge. … more
The death of a Las Cruces Police Department officer left a solemn atmosphere at Monday's city council meeting. more
New Mexico State University’s theatre arts department is welcoming playwrights Maiya Corral and Benjamin Benne, who will develop new works at the university and work with students of the … more
Growing up in El Paso didn’t keep actress Christina Villa from her dreams as she landed a leading role in a feature film titled “Wanted Man.” In fact, her connection with the El … more
For those who remember the Muppet Show on television, one of the joys was seeing celebrity guest stars surrounded by muppet characters, usually in a typhoon of comic mayhem. Today, the Muppet Show is … more
The Las Cruces City Council instituted a $56 fine for parking illegally in a public electric vehicle parking spot earlier this week. The 5-0 vote on Feb. 5 also amended the municipal code to … more
Community members challenging the presence of L.C. Rosen’s young adult novel, “Jack of Hearts (and other parts),” at Mayfield High School’s library have a second opportunity … more
This Valentine’s Day, Western New Mexico Fine Arts Center Theatre hosts a “one night only” production to raise money and awareness for the mission and vision of Silver Regional … more
City staff and a design consultant will meet in a public setting to receive community input on a new skate park planned for the East Mesa Public Recreation Complex, the city announced Thursday. … more
The National Nuclear Security Administration is proposing to build an energy transmission line that would run across the protected Caja del Rio wilderness in northern New Mexico. It would be the … more
The Las Cruces City Council approved a planning document Monday that sets the stage for potential development on Northrise Drive. The Northrise Blueprint was approved on a 5-to-1 vote on Feb. 5, … more
Las Cruces’ Fine Arts Flea Market, established in 2020, returned to Plaza de Las Cruces downtown on Feb. 2 to help kick off For the Love of Art month. more
At Otero Arts the photography of poet and fiction writer Rochelle Williams is on display for the month of February. “A Poet’s Eye: Accidental Beauties” is a retrospective of her … more
Frank Parrish grew up in El Paso. A self-identified rockhound by the age of 7, he scoured the Franklin Mountains for rocks and fossils as he grew up, ultimately picking up degrees at the University … more
Tell someone you’re a Baha’i and the most likely response is an instant look of puzzlement followed by questions along the lines of, “Ba what?” or “Ba Who?” … more
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