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The Rio Grande Borderland Ministries (RGBM) is sponsoring an online event called Canvas of Hope on to raise awareness and monetary support for shelters in Juȧrez and Ojinaga, Mexico that are becoming models for refugee centers worldwide. The even will be held 1-2:30 p.m., May 1. more
Joe Amable-Amo is a bank executive and former amateur golfer struggling with his faith after an unexpected tragedy. Faced with doubts about himself, his purpose and his belief in God, Joe is stunned when God tells him that he’s been chosen to inspire the world and play in a world championship golf tournament. more
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) continues its mission of assisting low-income students through its Avanza program. more
There was a lot more agreement during this year’s legislative session than you may have thought, given all the attention paid to contentious bills like those seeking to provide paid sick leave to workers or lower the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) on small loans. more
In reviewing “Thank You for Your Lessons,” let me say to author and former Las Cruces city councilor Jack Eakman, “Thank you for your book.” more
The "Clemson 8" Challenge continues through Sunday, March 28, in Las Cruces.A small, private opening ceremony was held March 21, and participants of all ages are invited to join the challenge of … more
The New Mexico Department of Health has launched an Exposure Notification System. When activated on a Smart Phone, the app alerts individuals when they have been exposed to someone who has verified … more
After 14 months of waiting, race car drivers and their teams were able to get their vehicles moving Saturday, March 20, as Vado Speedway Park opened its gates at 25 percent capacity. As long as … more
The New Mexico Senate voted along party lines Wednesday, March 17, to bring finality to a debate over the Gila River that has been raging since passage of the Arizona Water Settlement Act of 2004. more
Legislation to legalize marijuana sales in New Mexico cleared the New Mexico Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, March 17, despite the objections of Chairman Joseph Cervantes, D-Las Cruces, who voted with Republicans on the committee in opposing the bill. more
The seventh time proved to be the charm Tuesday, March 16, as legislation to increase funding for early childhood education by taking more each year from the Land Grant Permanent Fund passed the New Mexico Senate Finance Committee for the first time. more
The New Mexico Senate passed the New Mexico Civil Rights Act on a 26-15 vote taken after midnight, in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 17. more
New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute (CMI) animation program is again ranked among the top programs in public colleges in the country. NMSU has placed among the top schools in Animation Career Review’s (ACR) rankings over the past 10 years. more
March means clocks, the spring equinox and (the following month) a full moon named for phlox. Daylight saving time returned March 14 (it’s now MDT instead of MST) and the 2021 spring equinox will take place at 3:37 a.m. Saturday, March 20. more
Legislation that would allow health professionals to assist terminally ill patients in taking their own lives passed the Senate on a 24-17 vote after a lengthy debate Monday, March 15, and now goes back to the House for concurrence before it can be signed by the governor. more
Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most of us have become accustomed to wearing masks, social distancing, virtual schooling and remote working. We have all … more
During this last year, we have been able to listen to our favorite recordings as before. The pandemic, however, has precluded the possibility of many in-person performances and gatherings in which music figures prominently. more
The Hood is featuring work by a range of outstanding artists in its Virtual Visiting Artist Series, which began earlier this year. more
New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s annual Our annual “Broadway on Stage” has a new name and a new look for 2021. more
The 2020 film “Broken Gaiete,” written, produced and directed by Las Cruces filmmaker Hafid Abdelmoula, recently won best feature film at the 2021 Santa Fe Film Festival. more
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