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Keeping Cruces Connected

  • Antoinette Reyes for Las Cruces City Council
  • Arturo Uribe Jr.
  • Balderas for NM
  • Ben Rawson
  • Beverly Courtney for State Rep District 37
  • Carlos Preciado for Doña Ana County Sheriff
  • Charles “Chuck” Wendler
  • Committee to Elect Micaela Lara Cadena
  • CTE Johana Bencomo
  • Dave T 4 36
  • Enrique KiKi Vigil for Doña Ana County Sheriff
  • Gary Johnson for Senate
  • Gavin Clarkson for NM Secretary of State
  • George Muñoz for Commissioner of Public Land
  • Grace Duran for 3rd JDJ Division 8
  • Gregory Smith for Mayor of Las Cruces
  • Jesusita Dolores Lucero
  • Joe Cervantes for New Mexico
  • Joseph Aaron Bizzell for PRC District 5
  • Ken Miyagishima for Las Cruces City Mayor
  • Larry Roybal for Sheriff
  • Madeline Hildebrandt for US State Rep
  • Maria G. Pacheco for LCPS School Board
  • Mattice for Mayor
  • Michael Hendricks for NMAG
  • Mick Rich for State Senate
  • Mick Rich for US Senate
  • New Mexicans for Michelle
  • New Mexico for Pearce
  • Orlando Jimenez for Doña Ana County Commissioner
  • Our Values Pac
  • Patrick Lyons for NM Land Commissioner
  • Rick Little for State Rep District 53
  • Robert Palacios for Las Cruces City Council District 4
  • Sandy Jones for PRC District 5
  • Shannon Reynolds for Doña Ana County Commissioner
  • Stephen Fischmann for PRC District 5
  • Steve Pearce for Governor
  • Todd Garrison for Doña Ana County Sheriff
  • Wayne Johnson for Auditor
  • Xochitl Torres Small for Congress
  • Yvette Herrell for Congress

Community News

2021 State of the City Address for Las Cruces, NM

Mayor Delivers 2021 State of the City Address   Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima delivered today, Feb. 24, 2021, his 15TH annual State of the City

(Audio) Las Cruces Community Spotlight – Our Kids’ Mental Health with Dr. Peter Sangra

With plans being made to send our kids back to schools locally in Southern NM, what can we expect for our kids. What signs should

Las Cruces District Grieves Loss of Mesa Media Teacher to COVID-19   

District Grieves Loss of Mesa Media Teacher to COVID-19      Las Cruces Public Schools officials were notified late Monday night that a longtime media teacher

Student Sports- NMPED Approves Student Participation in NMAA Sanctioned Events 

Image by Keith Johnston from Pixabay  NMPED Approves Student Participation in NMAA-Sanctioned Events    Thursday afternoon, Las Cruces Public Schools received approval from the New Mexico Public Education Department that allows students

Private Funeral Service Information Honoring the Life of Officer Darian Jarrott

Private Funeral Service Information Honoring the Life of Officer Darian Jarrott. Written by Lieutenant Mark Soriano 02/09/2021 A private funeral service to honor the life

Las Cruces Nurses Recognized With Daisy Award

EXTRAORDINARY NURSES RECOGNIZED AT MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER WITH DAISY AWARDS LAS CRUCES, NM (February 10, 2021) — Nurses at Memorial Medical Center were recently honored

Doña Ana County Moves To Yellow- New Mexico State Officials to Provide COVID-19 Update TODAY

Department of Health county map update Feb. 10: More than half the state in Yellow and Green All counties improve; all but four counties see

Las Crucens Are Reminded to Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine

Las Crucens Are Reminded to Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine Las Cruces residents are reminded they should register through the New Mexico Department of Health

Remembering NMSP Officer Darian Jarrott

New Mexico State Police Officer killed during a traffic stop on Interstate 10 in Luna County February 4, 2021 Luna County, NM – On February

April Christiansen of Las Cruces Kids Can Named Nusenda Foundation’s Financial Education Innovator

The Nusenda Foundation announced today that April Christensen, founder and program manager of the Kids Can youth entrepreneurship initiative based out of the Community Action

Get A Lyft on Us- The NMDOT promotes safe rides nearing the Super Bowl

The NMDOT promotes safe rides nearing the Super Bowl “Get a Lyft on us” sponsored by GHSA  SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Transportation

LCPS Grieves Loss of Educator to COVID-19 Complications 

LCPS Grieves Loss of Educator to COVID-19 Complications  Centennial High also remembers EA who died Jan. 22   Administrators and staff at Las Cruces Public Schools are grieving the loss

NMSU to celebrate Black History Month with virtual events

NMSU to celebrate Black History Month with virtual events Date: 02/02/2021 Writer: Carlos Andres Lopez, 575-646-1955, carlopez@nmsu.edu   Facebook   Twitter   LinkedIn   Google+ Save  Starting this week, New

Las Cruces Call for Writers- Generations Community Writing Project

Call for Writers Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District Generations Community Writing Project Application Deadline: February 15, 2021 11:59PM Organization: The Las Cruces Arts and

DOÑA ANA COUNTY RECEIVES $9.3 MILLION FOR RENTAL AND UTILITIES RELIEF

DOÑA ANA COUNTY RECEIVES $9.3 MILLION FOR RENTAL AND UTILITIES RELIEF             Doña Ana County received a $9.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of

Shannon Cherry Appointed Doña Ana County Fire Chief

DOÑA ANA COUNTY NAMES NEW FIRE CHIEF       Doña Ana County Manager, Fernando R. Macias has announced the appointment of Shannon Cherry as Doña Ana

First Dose of COVID Vaccine Complete for all 309 N.M. Long-Term Care Facilities

First Dose of COVID Vaccine Complete for all 309 N.M. Long-Term Care Facilities   The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department announced that all

Pet’s Of The Week!

Here are your Pet’s Of The Week At The Animal Services Center Of The Mesilla Valley! Antler is your sweet cat looking for a home

Aggie Snapshot of Upcoming Men’s Basketball Games

Here’s snapshot of the broadcast calendar for the week of January 25th – February 2nd.  The broadcast calendar is always available on the affiliate website, and

Community Spotlight: Jan 24th – 30th is National CRNA Week!

A Celebration of CRNAs   #CRNAWeek is January 24-30, 2021. As we continue to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, let’s reflect on the heroic work

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