The Las Cruces Roadrunner Statue Has A New Home

Las Cruces Roadrunner Statue

Standing vigilant guard overlooking the Mesilla Valley and Las Cruces New Mexico this symbol for recycling education has stood watch for over a decade and has been recently refurbished and put in it's new location¬†along I-10. You can see in these close up photos many of the recycled materials that were used to make the Roadrunner. Created in the early 90's by Olin Calk and Dan Smith it was originally located at the … [Read more...]

Visit the Las Cruces Farmers Market

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The Las Cruces Farmers Market is the place to be every Wednesday and Saturday. Located in downtown Las Cruces New Mexico where they block off Main Street to vehicles and vendors set up their wares. You will find anything from locally grown organic vegetables and fruits to local arts and crafts. Here is a Map showing where the Farmers Market is located and for directions see the Google Map at the bottom of the … [Read more...]

NMSU Students Create App to Report Illegal Dumping in County

The No Throw App

  Working with the Dona Ana County Illegal Dumping Partnership Program students from NMSU, have created an app that will make it easier for residents to report illegal dumping. The app works with your phone's camera and GPS system to record the illegal dump site. This is awesome and we think that all local residents should have access to this app. Check this out: The NoThrow app is free and … [Read more...]

The 2014 Music in the Park Series

2014 Music in the Park Map

The City of Las Cruces has posted the Summer of 2014 Music in the Park Series Schedule. Notice to all the Dog Lovers, leave your pets at home for the Concert in the Park Series. Come and enjoy some evenings of great music and fun. Click here for a map to Young's Park Map *Note: Click on the image below for a larger size view. All Concerts begin at 7 pm. Note: This is a new time for starting the … [Read more...]

Walking Trails in and Around Las Cruces

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As summer starts to loosen its hold on the southwest and crisp fall weather is just around the corner, venturing outdoors in Las Cruces once again becomes a very tempting prospect. The mild weather in New Mexico makes it an ideal place for outdoor activities, and the city offers plenty of walking trails to explore while getting some fresh air and exercise. Whether you're looking for a challenging hike or a laid back … [Read more...]