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 →

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 →

Peak Behavioral Health Services-Suicide Prevention Week  with Gustavo Vidal-Director of PHP (Partial Hospitalization Programs)  September 6th through September 12th is National Suicide Prevention Week across New Mexico and the United States.  To talk about that and help us all better recognize the early signs of someone considering suicide and treatment options availableRead 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 →

The New Mexico Department of Health reports fraudulent exemption cards are being distributed to the public that assert the holder of the card is exempt from wearing a face mask despite public health orders requiring it. These cards falsely purport to be issued by NMDOH and the U.S. Department ofRead More →

New Mexico State University, in collaboration with the New Mexico Department of Health, is providing free COVID-19 testing for incoming out-of-state resident students who are currently undergoing the 14-day quarantine required by the state of New Mexico. To support a safe return to campus, New Mexico State University tested approximatelyRead More →

Friday the New Mexico Restaurant association filed another lawsuit against Governor Michele Lujan Grisham’s administration. The lawsuit is saying they have the right to get raw COVID-19 data from the New Mexico Department of Health, because they feel like the data the governor’s office is giving out is incomplete. TheRead More →

Updated New Mexico COVID-19 cases: Now at 17,215 Update includes seven additional COVID-19 deaths SANTA FE – New Mexico state health officials on Monday announced 255 additional COVID-19 cases. Per the state Department of Health, the most recent cases are: 88 new cases in Bernalillo County 15 new cases inRead More →