NMSU Atomic Aggies Launch at Spaceport America written by Alice Carruth, Public Relations Director for Spaceport America New Mexico State University’s student rocket team the “Atomic Aggies” held two successful rocket launches at Spaceport America on Saturday, September 19. The Atomic Aggies were due to compete in the 2020 SpaceportRead More →

State Parks Announces Timeline for Reopening Overnight Camping at State Parks Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department Overnight camping by reservation to resume for New Mexico residents only beginning October 1st   Santa Fe –  Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s (EMNRD) State Parks Division announces the reopening of overnight camping in mostRead More →

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced the state will update its guidance within the emergency public health order to permit small groups in exercise settings and safe outdoor activities for New Mexicans. An amended emergency public health order, which will be effective through mid-October, will permit youth sports conditioningRead More →

Navajo Nation officials say they will participate in the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine trials amid a steady decline in coronavirus cases. The Native American territory once had the highest coronavirus infection rate in the country but has since seen a substantial decrease in community spread. Navajo officials reported zero new confirmedRead More →

Mayfield High Staffer Reports Positive COVID Test   A Las Cruces Public Schools employee at Mayfield High School reported to administration that they tested positive for COVID-19. According to district officials, the employee has not been inside any building on the Mayfield campus since Aug. 28.   Eric Fraass, principal at Mayfield, notified his staff aboutRead More →

The Doña Ana County Clerk to Send Absentee Ballot Applications to Eligible Voters       LAS CRUCES, NM – Pursuant to changes enacted by the New Mexico State Legislature during the 2020 special session, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office will begin sending absentee ballot applications to more than 90,000 eligible votersRead More →

Via LC Greater Chamber of Commerce After the LCPS district’s decision to begin fully online learning in July, Student Advisory Council members, and GLCCC Junior Leadership graduate Stephen Ewing and Adelaide Olberding, came up with an online service to connect struggling elementary students with high school tutors. Student Tutors areRead More →