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LAS CRUCES >> An audit of the Mesilla Marshal's Department found no wrongdoing related to the law enforcement agency's recent spending of federal grant money.
LAS CRUCES >> A Las Cruces lawmaker who missed the recent legislative session because he was recuperating said Monday he plans to return several thousand dollars he collected in per-diem payments.
LAS CRUCES >> Dona Ana County is seeking applications from residents interested in serving on the Planning and Zoning Commission, a seven-member board of volunteers whose members review land-use and development matters at twice-monthly public hearings.
A federal jury in Las Cruces exonerated Luna County of all claims filed against in a 2011 lawsuit.
An ancient metal ax is embedded in the skull of a Spanish conquistador from the late 1600s, found in Northern New Mexico, in a new exhibit, "The Skull Beneath the Skin: Forensic Anthropology of the Human Cranium" at NMSU's University Museum in Kent Hall at University Avenue and Solano Drive.
A sentimental monster with a "Mom" tattoo goes into battle in Luke Navarro's "Homesick," currently on exhibit at The Trunk, 1690 S. Valley Drive.
LAS CRUCES >> Southern New Mexico's growing reputation as a mecca for the arts and arts aficionados gets a boost from the annual Las Cruces Arts Fair, which organizers have called an "important signature fine arts event in the Southwest."
LAS CRUCES >> A plain brown building directly across from the Meerscheidt Recreation Center is going to get a much-needed paint job by local teens in an upcoming aerosol art camp.
LAS CRUCES >> Each year the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico manages a variety of scholarships that were created in memory, through endowments.
The Santa Fe New Mexican reports 34-year-old Javier Enrique Molina had ties to inmates who were all part of the same gang at the Southern New Mexico Correctional Facility in Las Cruces.
LAS CRUCES >> A village of Dona Ana-based water provider is seeking money for large projects that would boost water or sewage treatment in three areas of the county.
Connor Oliver, 5, of El Paso, pulls his roping dummy with determination on Saturday after learning about the skill for the first time during the 15th annual Cowboy Days at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum.
LAS CRUCES >> Las Cruces city councilors will hear updates Monday about a proposal to expand bus service into three areas of Dona Ana County.
Katy Barnitz Staff writer email@example.com GALLUP - Murder charges have been dismissed in the case against a Gallup man accused [...] DORAL, Fla.