Video of three Las Cruces mayoral candidates participating in a forum earlier this month has been posted online. You can watch it here.
The City of Las Cruces is letting two nonprofits hold candidate forums in the council chambers at City Hall before the Nov. 3 election. But when the Las Cruces TEA Party, which is also a nonprofit, made a similar request, the city said no.
There were Comanches, Apaches, Pueblo, Diné (Navajo), and members of many more nations. Hundreds strong, the people marched, some attired in traditional dress and pounding drums.
NMPolitics.net’s Heath Haussamen will work with student journalists at The Round Up as a collaborator and adviser on stories that have a focus on politics and government. NMPolitics.net and The Round Up will share publication of those articles.
The alleged ringleader of a binational scam to cash fraudulently obtained federal tax refund checks using information stolen from the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
The violence of 2008-2012 was almost the nail in the coffin for the Juárez Market. So on a recent Sunday swing by the market, Frontera NorteSur was somewhat surprised to see most of the tables on the outdoor dining patio occupied by customers enjoying lunch.