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-EntryRead More →

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 hearRead More →

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 performRead More →

BLM Las Cruces District Office is beginning to increase recreation access to some recreation areas   LAS CRUCES, N.M. – With the easing of public health and safety restrictions enacted by State of New Mexico health officials, the Bureau of Land Management today announced that the Las Cruces District Office is increasingRead More →

KEEP DONA ANA COUNTY BEAUTIFUL GIVES CLEAN-UP SUPPLIES TO COMMUNITY GROUPS Keep Doña Ana County Beautiful, KDACB an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful recently provided litter-abatement supplies to the La Mesa Lions Club and the Talavera Housing Association to support upcoming clean-up activities. KDACB helps improve the quality of lifeRead More →

As peaceful protests centered around the “Black Lives Matter” movement continue in Las Cruces, one of the major questions is “How do we move on?” That exact discussion will be held at another Black Lives Matter event in Plaza De Las Cruces this Saturday evening. The entire community is invitedRead More →

Frenger Pool and Regional Aquatic Center Pool Opening with COVID-19 Limitations Frenger Pool and the Regional Aquatic Center (RAC) will open with limited access beginning Monday, June 15 as part of the City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department’s Covid-19 phased plan. Frenger Pool will open for lap swimmingRead More →