Aggie star Trevelin Queen has signed a free agent contract with the Houston Rockets. Queen averaged a team-high 13.2 points per game last season while shooting 38.7 percent beyond the 3 point arc. Queen averaged 2.7 assists per game, which ranked first among all non-guards in the WAC. Prior to the
New Mexico State University’s annual luminaria display and winter festival at the Las Cruces campus, a tradition now known as “Noche de Luminarias” that began more than 30 years ago, will return in 2021, if public health conditions allow. The festival, however, will take a hiatus this year, a decision
The Governor’s office has shut down the NMSU regents attempt to allow the Aggies basketball teams to resume practice. University spokesmen confirmed that the Aggies attempts to resume competition were thwarted, the University is still going to try to get some relief from the state health department.
The New Mexico State University regents will meet today to possibly give the school’s basketball teams permission to practice, something the current state health directive does not permit. The Aggies are exploring the possibility of playing games in El Paso if the state will not allow NMSU to play in
This Halloween, a time portal is opening and taking us back in NMSU Aggie Football history! Football may be on official hold this Fall at NMSU. But that doesn’t mean the fans should suffer! Zia Country 99.5 FM, Leirfeild IMG College and New Mexico State University Athletics are teaming up to bring
New Mexico State University will partner with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and The Bridge of Southern New Mexico to host the HSF virtual College Camp November 7th. The free, bilingual college preparation workshops will be held on Zoom to help middle and high school students and their families learn more
Las Cruces Social Media Support Arrowhead Center, with support from the City of Las Cruces’ Economic Development Department, is offering FREE social media assistance to businesses located in Las Cruces. This assistance is being provided in response to a need for increased online presence for local businesses suffering from the challenges and
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