Square Peg Podcast gets to know the Co-Director of the Transgender Resource Center Of New Mexico, Adrien Lawyer. The Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico provides support, community, and connection to transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, and gender variant people and their families through advocacy, education, and direct services. If YouRead 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 →

COUNTY TREASURER WARNS PUBLIC ABOUT SCAM NOTICES      Several residents recently received fake notices claiming taxes are owed to Doña Ana County, the State of New Mexico, or the United States Government.      Appearing official in nature and claiming to originate from local, state or federal government agencies, fake calls,Read More →

Lt. Governor Howie Morales called into the Bravo Mic Communications studios with Lyndsey Kalson of Las Cruces Today to announce the Las Cruces and Dona Ana County portion of funds being allocated from the national CARES Act. According to Lt. Governor Morales, Las Cruces City Government will receive over $7Read More →

Fairacres Elementary Closes After Additional Positive Case Reports  Fairacres Elementary School in the Las Cruces Public School District was closed to all staff on Friday after two additional employees received positive test results for COVID-19. One employee at Fairacres tested positive on Aug. 21.  Following district protocol and guidance from the CDC, the New Mexico Department of Health, and the Public Education Department, allRead More →

Department of Health reports counterfeit facemask exemption cards being distributed in Santa Fe County SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) reports fraudulent exemption cards are being distributed to the public that assert the holder of the card is exempt from wearing a facemask despite public health ordersRead More →

COUNTY’S ROADS INITIATIVE SHOWS RESULTS Almost 18 years ago, the first section of Berry Patch Avenue on the East Mesa near Butterfield was paved.  At the time, funding to complete the last mile of the road was unavailable. “When I was elected Commissioner of District 4, residents of Berry PatchRead More →