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Building at Dripping Springs.

Las Cruces History | The Organ Mountains

If you live in the Mesilla Valley, you see them every day, although you might not pay them any attention.…
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Black-and-white photo of historic Armijo Hose

Las Cruces History | The Nestor Armijo House

The two-story, 19th century Nestor Armijo House rises like an anachronistic apparition from a sea of asphalt on one of Las Cruces’…
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Male peacock displaying feathers.

Doing Good | Stick House Sanctuary

The nonprofit, vegan wildlife rehabilitation facility Stick House Sanctuary, on El Paso’s west side, has since 2008 rescued, rehabilitated, released,…
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Sarah Moon and her children.

Recording Your Family History

My life was changed because of a story I wrote for Las Cruces magazine. If that sounds rather dramatic, it…
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Chocolate covered frozen bananas on a plate.

Our Favorite Recipes | Simple Summer Treats

Summer is a great time to enjoy frozen treats, and these simple recipes are so delicious, they won’t have time…
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A field of green chile in Hatch, New Mexico

Our Favorite Crop | New Mexico Green Chile

Autumn brings lots of favorites, like football games, delicious pumpkin treats, and our best weather of the year, but nothing…
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Wine bottles and glasses on barrel overlooking the Organ Mountains and vineyard.

About Las Cruces | Our Big Three Industries

Our region is unlike any other in the country. The dry desert weather, coupled with an entrepreneurial spirit sparked generations ago…
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Broad-tailed hummingbird at a feeder

Attract Hummingbirds to Your Yard

While St. Patrick’s Day is not a big holiday in the Southwest, I always use the date as a reminder…
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Bullocks Orio eating an orange

Attract Orioles to Your Yard

When we think of visitors through the Mesilla Valley, we usually think of people, but Las Cruces is also a…
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