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KXPZ Zia Country 99.5 FM and Whataburger Present the NMSU Aggie Football Classics Series!

Football may be on official hold this Fall at NMSU. But that doesn’t mean the fans should suffer! Zia Country 99.5 FM, Leirfeild IMG College and New Mexico State University Athletics are teaming up to bring true Aggie fans 10 unique football experiences no one should forget! We’re digging into

(Audio) Dona Ana County Clerk and Chief Deputy Clerk on Upcoming General Election and 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

Lyndsey Kalson of Las Cruces Today sat down for a phone conversation with the ladies who make sure our elections run smoothly every year. And 2020 is going to be a historic election year. Here’s everything you need to know with Dona Ana County Clerk Amanda Lopes Askin and Cheif

(Audio) NMBA Newscaster of the Year and NMSU Director of Athletics Speak Fall Athletics Cancellation

Jack Nixon, the voice of the Aggie’s play-by-play and News with Bravo Mic Communications, sat down with NMSU Athletics Director Mario Moccia to discuss the cancellation of fall athletics, students return to campus, the status of some of our international players and more. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – As he prepares to enter

Look Up and Make A Wish! White Sands Rangers Will Be Online During Peak Tonight for Perseid Meteor Shower

Through Online Events, White Sands National Park Celebrates the Perseid Meteor Shower Virtually ALAMOGORDO, NM – Every August, we are treated to the largest and most active meteor shower of the year: the Perseid Meteor Shower. White Sands National Park invites you to join as we celebrate the meteor shower

Austin Trout To Host Voter Education Expo- DA Election Releases Early Voting Info

Austin “No Doubt” Trout is hosting an open community voter information event this Thursday is Plaza De Las Cruces, downtown. The event will take place Thursday, August 6th from 7 to 9 pm. Facemasks and social distancing will be required. Information about the upcoming election will be shared with the

Las Cruces Mariachi Conference Goes Virtual for 2020

DUE TO COVID-19, THE LAS CRUCES INTERNATIONAL MARIACHI CONFERENCE WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN LAS CRUCES. Though COVID-19 has turned 2020 upside down, the Las Cruces International Mariachi Conferences drives on! July 29, 2020, Las Cruces, NM The Las Cruces International Mariachi Conference has been a staple event for Las

Thomas Branigan Memorial Library Offers Online Course- Food: A Cultural Culinary History

Great Courses: A Cultural Culinary History Miss that back to school feeling? Thomas Branigan Memorial Library invites you to participate in our discussion of The Great Courses program Food: A Cultural Culinary History. This program covers the evolution of food around the world from the stone age to the present.

Radiothon Friday For Annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ Campaign   

Radiothon Friday For Annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ Campaign    On Friday, July 31, the parking lot at Las Cruces Public Schools Administration Office will become a grid of safely-distanced phone banks in an effort to raise money for student supplies and technology access.   The Stuff the Bus annual campaign, spearheaded by locally-owned radio group Bravo Mic Communications, opted for a telethon to raise money rather than

(Audio) Atheltic Director Speaks About Being Asked To Cancel Fall Athletics

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has sent a letter to the athletic directors at NMSU and UNM asking them not to play fall contact sports. That would mean the cancellation of the Aggies’ football and soccer seasons. As originally reported yesterday, the letter is a request, the NCAA is the sanctioning body for the university’s events. Las

(Audio) Las Cruces Public Schools Update- Distance-Learning, Q&A, Stuff The Bus

LCPS Special Meeting: School Will Start Remotely in Fall 2020 You can hear the latest update from Kelly Jameson of Las Cruces Public Schools here. Citing student and staff safety, input from board members, teachers, parents and community members, LCPS Superintendent Dr. Karen Trujillo announced that administration would focus on transitioning students to remote learning beginning Aug.

Las Cruces’ Locally Owned Radio Stations Step Up to “Stuff the Bus” For Las Cruces Public Schools Friday, July 31st

Las Cruces’ Locally owned Radio Stations Step Up to “Stuff the Bus” For Las Cruces Public Schools Friday, July 31st. And this time, they are Stuffing the Bus with MONEY! Bravo Mic Communications’ family of radio stations have changed their annual Community Giveback initiative to match the changes for the

Spaceport America to host a Virtual Space Camp

Spaceport America to host a Virtual Space Camp July 13, 2020 – Sierra County, New MexicoSpaceport America is hosting a free virtual space camp for children and parents to enrich at-home learning this summer. The STEM with Spaceport America series blends arts and crafts with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Las Cruces Public School’s Hybrid Return Plan for 2020/2021

District Releases Hybrid Return Plan for 2020-2021 School Year   Las Cruces Public Schools, following the collective work of the Re-Entry Task Force, has finalized a hybrid plan for students, teachers and staff to return to the classroom in the fall. The Return Plan follows the guidelines for 50% occupancy under the yellow model as outlined by the

Alive Music Fest 2020 This Weekend- Local Music + Local Business

Live Music, Local Business- The Support Goes Both Ways in Las Cruces The idea- local businesses in Las Cruces team up with local musicians to perform at their venues. These small and intimate performances will be able to be enjoyed live by venue patrons following current New Mexico public health

Mask Up Las Cruces Free Face Masks and Sanitation Kits Giveaway

Mask Up Las Cruces Free Face Masks and Sanitation Kits Giveaway In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the City of Las Cruces will hold a free face mask and sanitation kit giveaway event, from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, July 18, at the parking lot of the Branigan

White Sands Missile Range Celebrates 75th Anniversary- The Birthplace of Space History Still Going Strong

WSMR Celebrates 75th Anniversary WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N.M. (July 9, 2020) – White Sands Missile Range leaders celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the range during a small ceremony July 9 in front of Headquarters Building 100. The range was originally established as the White Sands Proving Ground on July

Las Cruces Public Schools Launches Re-Entry Website

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 District officials and the Community  Engagement subcommittee on the LCPS Re-Entry

(Audio) Lt. Governor Howie Morals: Getting Back To School, Working Together, and Continued Public Health Orders

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

Community Spotlight-Alive Music Fest 2020- Local Musicians and Local Businesses Come Together

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

New Mexico State Flags to be Lowered to Commemorate Juneteenth

NM Flags to be Lowered to Commemorate Juneteenth Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered state flags to half-staff in observance of Juneteenth. State flags will be flown at half-staff beginning sundown Thursday through sundown Saturday. Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing slaves on Jan. 1, 1863, but it was