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LAS CRUCES >> Manufacturers who want to take advantage of federal foreign trade zone benefits can now do so from any location within Dona Ana County's 3,804 square miles of jurisdiction, according to a county news release.
LAS CRUCES >> Las Cruces City Manager Robert Garza continues to receive a unanimous "excellent" rating from the Las Cruces City Council, according to a city news release.
Five-year-old Cassidy Rodriguez makes a face as public health registered nurse Susie Arredondo gives her a shot Monday at the West Las Cruces Immunization Center.
LAS CRUCES >> First responders will participate in some friendly competition this weekend at the Las Cruces Battle of the Badges Blood Drive, Aug. 1-3 at Mesilla Valley Mall, hosted by United Blood Services.
Adoptions will be 8:30 a.m. to noon at the farmers market in downtown Las Cruces and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at PetCo ,3050 E. Lohman Ave. For more information, call 575-382-0018 or visit www.ascmv.org .
After higher-than-usual temperatures much of last week, Las Cruces has the potential to get downright soggy this week.
As promised , Gordon Ramsay has returned to your living rooms with a second season of Hotel Hell , where he helps small, independent hotels turn around their pitiful establishments.
Courtesy photo Silver High School students Maryssa Young and Jazmin Saenz were student ambassadors to Europe this summer, along with other teens from New Mexico, Texas and Tennessee.
MMSU photo by Angela Simental Tessa Grasswitz, right, NMSU assistant professor, and David R. Dreesen, agronomist and horticulturist, both from NMSU's Los Lunas Agricultural Science Center, work together in what is called the Pollinator Project, which aims to conserve bees in New Mexico and educate people about the benefits of pollinators.
Robin Zielinski Sun-NewsLa Calerita Construction workers Arturo Rodriguez, right, and Mundo Olivas, left, work on a portion of the Avenida de Mesilla/Interstate-10 bridge on Friday.
A mother embraces her daughter, an employee at Game Stop, 550 Walton Blvd., after the store was robbed at gunpoint Saturday night.
Leonard Keep, of Las Cruces, center, speaks to Bernd Maier, New Mexico State University Extension viticulturist, left, on Saturday during a wine and grape field day at the Fabian Garcia Science Center.
The newly formed Aggie Development Corporation will initially manage and develop 44 acres of New Mexico State University-owned land north of University Avenue near the Pan American Plaza.
LAS CRUCES >> Two administrative changes this year and recent issues with financial reports have prompted Hatch officials to seek an in-depth audit.
There is only one agenda item the council will discuss, the city's noise ordinance, which establishes regulations for sources of noise within the city.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 07:52 am
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