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Las Cruces Health and Fitness Expo Postponed to This Summer

Las Cruces Health and Fitness Expo Postponed to This Summer, but we are proud to announce that LasCrucesToday.com is a proud presenting sponsor when the event gets underway and life gets back to normal soon! Proceeds will go back to the New Mexico Advocates for the Arts.

ASCMV Encourages Families to Foster During School Closures

Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley is encouraging more people to try Fostering Dogs and Cats during the Covdi-19 Health Mandates, school closures, and self-quarantines. In a post on their Facebook page, they provided a cute idea for families over the next few weeks- “With school being canceled for

Parks & Recreation Modified Hours of Operation

Press Release from the City of Las Cruces Consistent with and in support of the direction from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, who issued a public health emergency in New Mexico, the City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department is taking precautionary measures to ensure every person’s well-being based on

School Cancelled Throughout New Mexico For 3 Weeks

The NM Public Education Department has announced the closures of New Mexico schools for the next 3 weeks starting Monday 3/16//20 and running through 4/6/20 at the earliest. “STATEWIDE SCHOOL CLOSURES TO BEGIN MARCH 16 The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) issued a statewide closure of schools effective March

Something to Bark About – Dog Park Conceptual Designs

Press Release from the City of Las Cruces Dog park users and anyone interested in dogs have the opportunity to give input on conceptual designs for the newest dog parks planned for the City of Las Cruces at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2020, in Conference Room 2007-B and C

Rio Grande Theatre Events Cancelled or Postponed Through April

Following guidance from Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Department of Health, the City of Las Cruces has cancelled or postponed events at the Rio Grande Theatre through the month of April. The governor on Wednesday issued a public health emergency to maximize the resources available to the

Las Cruces Bulletin Issue Preview 03/06/20

Jess Williams, Editor for The Las Cruces Bulletin, offers a preview of this week’s latest issue.  We’re “Keeping Cruces Connected” with media partnerships throughout the community, and we’re proud to bring you weekly updates on the latest issues and events the Las Cruces Bulletin will be covering! Learn More at

Innagural Las Cruces City Fest to Bring a Day Full of Activities to Downtown Las Cruces, Saturday, May 30

Press Release from Visit Las Cruces LAS CRUCES, N.M. – To celebrate the unique arts, music, cuisine, history, culture, and outdoor recreation offerings in Las Cruces, Visit Las Cruces has partnered with various community organizations to host the first annual Las Cruces City Fest (LCCF), Saturday, May 30 from 9

Jardin de los Niños Champions For Children Gala This Saturday

This year marks 25 years for Jardin de los Niños service to the community and what a better way to celebrate than with a Mardi Gras theme gala! The Gala will be at the Farm and Ranch heritage Museum and will have food, fun and awards going out to the champions

Dona Ana Community College To Host Childcare Resource Expo

Dona Ana Community College will host an Expo to provide information about existing childcare resources for parents including those attending DACC. The Expo will take place in the commons area of the Student Resources Building on the East Mesa campus February 20th from 10 am to 1 pm. According to

Thomas Branigan Memorial Library Citizenship Classes

Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., will present an informational meeting to help individuals and their families understand the process of obtaining citizenship status in the United States. The meeting will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb.22, 2020. At the meeting, interested parties can register for citizenship classes

ANIMAL SERVICE CENTER WANTS VALENTINES FOR PETS

The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley is participating in Petco Foundation’s Send Love to Shelter Pets in an effort to win a $10,000 grant. “Post photos or videos that show your love for your own shelter pets on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, using the hashtag #ShelterValentine and tag

For the Love of Art with Chantelle Yazzie at the Branigan Cultural Center

Chantelle Yazzie, artist and social worker, will present her artistic works and perspective on being an LGBTQ+ artist in the Las Cruces community on from 1-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15. Following her presentation, attendees are invited to visit the Standing in the Light exhibit featuring local LGBTQ+ artists at the

Jardin de los Niños-Champions For Children Gala 2020

Jardin de los Niños will be honoring their Champions for Children whose service spans over 25 years!  The event will happen at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum on February 29th, 2020 at 6:00pm.  The celebrations will honor founders, staff members, volunteers, donors and this year they will

Aggie Men’s Basketball Hat Grab Happens 2/13/20!

NMSU never fails to represent! Check out the latest hat giveaway coming! As always, be listening with your official Aggie Flagship station, 99.5 Zia Country to catch the latest Aggie Action in Las Cruces Today! You could get one of these fancy caps Thursday February 13th at the Pan American

City Program Partners with Beck’s “Coffee for Causes” Promotion

The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department and the A. Fielder Memorial Safe Haven – Weed & Seed Program is partnering with Beck’s Roasting House & Creamery “Coffee for Causes” promotion. Weed & Seed, an after-school program, at 906 N Tornillo St., will receive a percentage of all

SUCCESS Summit Returns to NMSU 3/2/20

Monday March 2nd, 2020 the SUCCESS Summit Returns to NMSU – 8am to 430pm The SUCCESS Partnership was officially launched in 2014 with a convening of community members and leaders. As we head into our 6th year, we are reflecting on our accomplishments, and where we are going as a

News Briefing Thursday on 1990 Mass-shooting at Las Cruces Bowl

Las Cruces police will brief news media Thursday afternoon on the 30-year anniversary of the mass shooting that claimed four lives and injured three at the local bowling alley. Det. Amador Martinez will deliver a brief statement on the Feb. 10, 1990, incident at Las Cruces Bowl and will be

Reading Alliance Announces FREE Classes

NEWS RELEASE- READING ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES FREE CLASSES Las Cruces, NM—The Children’s Reading Alliance’s First Teacher/Primer Maestro program has announced its schedule of classes for the Spring and Summer 2020.    The locations include:  Lynn Middle Community School—February 5 to March 11, Dona Ana Elementary—February 11 to March 17, Cesar Chavez Elementary—April

Adopt an animal for just $14 as part of ACTion Programs for Animals’ Valentine’s special

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- ACTION PROGRAMS FOR ANIMALS LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO – ACTion Programs for Animals is offering a special $14 fee to adopt an animal during its Valentines promotion from Friday, Feb. 7 through Friday, Feb. 14. When you adopt from APA, it creates space, allowing the non-profit animal