The Gadsden Independent School District will extend remote learning to Oct. 19 and on that date, only some special education students will be allowed to return to campus. Gadsden school board voted during a special meeting to approve the new plan, which was detailed in a news release. The Oct.
Beware of Check Over Payment Scam Police are warning residents of an overpayment scam that has victimized at least two Las Cruces residents. Investigators learned that at least two Las Cruces residents received electronic correspondence that appeared to be from a firm that advertises for major vendors such as Dr.
Third Party Voter Registration Forms Arriving Soon to Doña Ana County Voters LAS CRUCES, NM – The Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office is advising voters that The Voter Participation Center (VPC) and The Center for Voter Information (CVI) will be mailing voter registration forms to more than 31,000 registered voters
Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Status September 1, 2020 The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department continues to observe its Phase 2 status for parks and recreational programs that follows COVID-19 safe practices and the State Public Health Order (https://cv.nmhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Executive-Order-2020-059.pdf) still in place which includes: 1. Wearing face coverings
Walsh Named as Interim Las Cruces Utilities Director Las Cruces Utilities has named Delilah A. Walsh, as the Interim Utilities Director, starting August 31, 2020. This follows the retirement of Dr. Jorge A. Garcia, P.E., who retired on August 28, 2020. “Change is always difficult, but Dr. Garcia created an
Las Cruces Residents Gain Another Free City Wi-Fi Location Klein Park, 155 N. Mesquite St., is the latest City Facility to receive free Wi-Fi as an extension of the City’s existing free public wireless Internet system already available at the Plaza de Las Cruces and all facilities connected by the
Governor Lujan Grisham, DFA Announces $150 Million in Grants to Support New Mexico Local Governments Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the Department of Finance and Administration on Tuesday announced $150 million in CARES Act grants to local governments across New Mexico to cover the cost of necessary expenditures incurred
Landing Demolition and New Installation at Dial-A-Ride Administration Office As part of the City’s commitment to improve safety and security at City-owned properties, Facilities Management will be working with a local contractor to demolish an existing landing adjacent to the entrance and exit on the north side of the Dial-a-Ride
Lane Closure Notice for Motel Boulevard Motel Boulevard between Fox Trot Lane and to just north of the Field of Dreams stadium will experience northbound and southbound inside lane closures starting September 2, for prep work for the upcoming installation of landscaping on Motel Blvd. This phase of the work
Fire Damages Home on Norte Vista Las Cruces firefighters extinguished a fire at a 2-story home late Saturday evening. About 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, Las Cruces firefighters were dispatched to the report of a residential structure fire at 5931 Norte Vista Dr. The first crew arrived to find flames