Summer Workout Safety Guidelines Extended The Superintendent and Athletics Department at Las Cruces Public Schools has extended the Return to Play guidelines for summer workouts. The district-wide safety protocols have been in place since June 22 for football, soccer, volleyball and cross country. Following the latest information from the governor’s
Department of Health reports deaths due to methanol poisoning from hand sanitizer SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports three recent deaths from methanol poisoning. In addition to the three people who died, one person is permanently blind, and three others are still in critical condition.
District Launches Re-Entry Website Las Cruces Public Schools has launched a dedicated webpage for families, students, staff and community stakeholders to view the most current information related to re-entry plans for returning to school in the fall semester. The page can be found at www.returnplan.lcps.net. District officials and the Community Engagement subcommittee on the LCPS Re-Entry
Updated New Mexico COVID-19 cases: Now at 11,192 New Mexico state health officials on Thursday June 25th announced 207 additional COVID-19 cases. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are: 60 new cases in Bernalillo County 2 new cases in Chaves County 3 new cases in Cibola
Suspect Arrested in Wednesday’s Robbery, Shooting Police have arrested the man suspected in Wednesday’s armed robbery and shooting that critically injured a 16-year-old boy near the Casa Bandera Apartments. Samuel L. “Sammy” Pinon, 18, of the 3600 block of Sienna Avenue, is charged with one second-degree felony count of armed
Five Finalists for City Manager Named The Las Cruces City Council has selected five finalists, from a shortlist of nine, to continue through the selection process for city manager. The five finalists are: Estrella Escobar, Former Senior Advisor to the President, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas;
Lt. Governor Howie Morales called into 101 Gold early this morning and spoke with Lyndsey Kalson about getting our kids back to school this Fall, the latest news to come from Santa Fe’s special Legislative session, balancing our state budget, the New Mexico’s continued response to COVID-19. You can hear
Lyndsey Kalson of Las Cruces Today and Brian Clark, a local musician and now event planner, talked recently on the phone about a grassroots endeavor to bring together our array of talented musicians with our unique local businesses. The idea- local businesses in Las Cruces invite local musicians to perform