Parks and Recreation Department Encourages Safe Practices The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department reminds the community to follow COVID-19 safe practices and the State Public Health Order (https://cv.nmhealth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/101620-PHO-1.pdf) still in place which includes: Wearing face coverings in public settings except when eating, drinking, or swimming.
Program Encourages ‘Safe Routes to School’ Despite Shutdown The Safe Routes to School program at Las Cruces Public Schools encourages families to enjoy the outdoors by taking a walk around their schools during the month of October. During the school year, Safe Routes to School encourages students to walk or
(Audio) Lt. Governor Howie Morales On Latest Public Health Update, “Trick or treating, unfortunately, will not be permitted this year, but…” Lyndsey Kalson, host of Real Country Afternoons on KXPZ Zia Country, and Operations Manager of Bravo Mic Communications and Las Cruces Today sat down for a chat with Lt.
Minimum Wage 2021 Pursuant to the Las Cruces Municipal Code (LCMC) and New Mexico Senate Bill 437 (NM SB 437), the minimum wage will increase, effective January 1, 2021. Under SB 437, the State of New Mexico’s minimum wage will increase from $9.00 to $10.50 per hour on January 1, 2021. Las Cruces City Council accepted the state’s minimum wage of $10.50
The Governor and State officials for New Mexico have given another live update on the New Mexico response to COVID-19. “I’m prepared to make another very TOUGH decision,” Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham stated as she led into slides describing updates to the NM Public Health Order. LT. Governo Howie Morales
New Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) hotline for Parents A new P-EBT hotline has been established for parents who have questions about eligibility or would like additional information about P-EBT benefits, the New Mexico Human Services Department announced Thursday. The new 1-833-415-0569 P-EBT hotline will be manned from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday
Department of Health reports first flu case of 2020-2021 season With COVID-19 widespread, getting flu shot important for New Mexicans SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) today reports the first confirmed flu case in New Mexico, marking the beginning of the 2020-2021 flu season as both the
Halloween Safety Series- Episode 2- Perilous Pumpkins! Including tips to stay safe while carving something spooky… In a world where Halloween has to be a little different than normal, Las Cruces Today and Bravo Mic Communications want to help your family keep this spooky season fun and safe! We’re producing
Mask Up Las Cruces Free Drive-Thru Mask Giveaway and COVID-19 Testing Event The City of Las Cruces will hold its third, FREE drive-thru mask distribution event on Wednesday, October 14, from 5 – 7 p.m. at Field of Dreams, 2300 Tashiro Drive. This event will also include free COVID-19 testing.
Fall Sports Postponed Following Governor’s Update Las Cruces Public Schools, in accordance with an update from the governor’s office Thursday, will comply with the order to postpone all fall sports. The directive affects student-athletes involved in football, golf, volleyball, and cross country. Dr. Karen Trujillo, LCPS Superintendent, maintains the