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Veronica Martinez


El Paso, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Veronica:

Miss New Mexico ready for Miss USA pageant

Cecilia Rodriguez considered herself a tomboy when she was a young girl. After 12 years of competing she's ready to take on Miss USA 2020. → Read More

Miss New Mexico ready for Miss USA pageant

Cecilia Rodriguez considered herself a tomboy when she was a young girl. After 12 years of competing she's ready to take on Miss USA 2020. → Read More

Las Cruces museums, Farm and Ranch Museum close for on-site visits starting Oct. 23

Las Cruces Museums will be closed following the latest public health recommendations. → Read More

Con Alma accepting nominations for annual Heroes of Health award

Do you know a health hero? Con Alma Health Foundations want to recognize people who contribute to healthcare in New Mexico. → Read More

No trick-or-treating? No worries: Here are some COVID-safe Halloween events in Las Cruces

Halloween is not cancelled this year, it will only be celebrated in different way. Here's your virtual Halloween guide. → Read More

EBID predicts dire 2021 water season: 'Perhaps, the worst in (Rio Grande) project history'

District's water resource consultant fears difficult times for farmers and water users in Doña Ana county. → Read More

Día de los Muertos celebration in Mesilla cancelled

The annual Day of the Dead event won't be taking place this year. → Read More

Heather Reed named director of New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum

Meet the new executive director of the Ranch and Farm Heritage Museum → Read More

New Mexico Chile Taste-Off happening this month. Here's how to get your tasting box.

You can still get a taste of the best green chile in the state and do it from home. → Read More

Bureau of Land Management opens photo contest for area residents

You can now submit your photos for the 2021 Picture that Pass photo contest. → Read More

Gun shot at Verge apartments precedes arrest

Las Cruces Department responds to a shooting incident at Verge apartments → Read More

Indigenous Peoples' Day: What will be closed and how to commemorate this year

Here's what you need to know about the second statewide Indigenous Peoples' Day. → Read More

Here's your guide for 2020 Halloween activities going on in Las Cruces

There's no trick-or-treating but there's plenty to do this Halloween. We've got you covered with this ultimate guide of events in Las Cruces. → Read More

Latoya Mandas was only buying a meal at Subway, when the lucky army veteran won $25,000

What would you do with $$25,000? Army veteran Latoya Mandas can answer that question as she just won an Exchange giveaway. → Read More

DASO asks for help to locate Joseph Del Muro regarding Brazito shooting investigation

The Dona Ana County Sheriff Department asked for public help to locate man regarding Brazito shooting investigation. → Read More

Election 2020: House District 53 candidates face each other for third time

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running for House District 53. → Read More

Meet the candidates: New Mexico House District 34 race

Republican Dawn Ladd is challenging incumbent Democrat Raymundo Lara in the southern Doña Ana County district. → Read More

Organ man arrested after shooting two rounds on Third Street

An Organ man was arrested following a neighborhood dispute on Third Street. → Read More

Talavera resident reports birds trapped underneath erosion netting by Soledad Canyon Road

2020 continues to be a bad year for birds passing New Mexico. Residents in Talavera have reported trapped birds on Soledad Canyon Road. → Read More

CBP and border industry prepare for growth in southern NM. Here's what you should know.

Organizations in Southern New Mexico prepare for growth as Santa Teresa industrial park continues record growth at its port of entry. → Read More