Diana Alba Soular, Las Cruces Sun-News

Diana Alba Soular

Las Cruces Sun-News

Las Cruces, NM, United States

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Past articles by Diana:

Remembering Joe Biden's 2008 rally in Mesilla

Joe Biden, inaugurated Wednesday as the nation's 46th president, rallied a crowd in Mesilla as a vice presidential candidate in 2008. → Read More

Sunland Park mayor's contest heats up

The mayor’s race is one of several seats on the ballot in this 17,600-person city. → Read More

Ranked-choice voting among myriad Election Day changes in 2019

The method allows a person to mark not only their first choice for a seat but also their second, third, fourth choices and so on. → Read More

Udall pledges to seek funding for 'humanitarian crisis' during visit to Las Cruces church

Sen. Udall visited a Las Cruces church on Thursday where migrants are being sheltered amid an ongoing border influx. → Read More

Woman injured in Saturday morning Las Cruces, NM, hotel fire

A woman, who had to be taken to Lubbock, Texas, for burns suffered in a fire, admitted to smoking in bed at an extended stay hotel in Las Cruces. → Read More

El Paso could see water flow down the Rio Grande in June

With water set to be released from the Caballo Reservoir, El Paso could see the river flow a bit stronger in early June. → Read More

Las Cruces woman, age 83, wins big in Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes

Gloria Guzman got a happy surprise Thursday morning when Publishers Clearing House arrived at her Las Cruces home to award two big prizes. → Read More

Student works to bring award to the teacher who turned his life around

Gadsden High teacher wins award from Honored, a nonprofit whose mission is to recognize teachers for their positive work → Read More

Las Crucen to compete in national spelling bee

Kristina Martos, 13, of Lynn Middle School will join the nation's top spellers at the event near Washington, D.C. → Read More

Bataan memorial set for March 25

LAS CRUCES – White Sands Missile Range officials say the yearly Bataan Memorial Death March, which attracts thousands of participants, is slated to continue March 25 as planned, despite the possibility of a federal government shutdown two days before the event.Col. Dave Brown, garrison commander at WSMR, said staff has done an in-depth analysis of the event and whether it could take place during… → Read More

Democratic vice chair levels 'sexual misconduct' allegation against John Vasquez

County Commissioner John Vasquez said he's not aware of any actions toward the party's vice chair that constitute sexual misconduct. → Read More

Thefts of pecans soaring in New Mexico

Authorities, growers look for ways to prevent losses → Read More

Inaugural Las Cruces event tackles NM's high child poverty

About 100 people participated in the inaugural conference, aimed at improving the lives of impoverished children in Doña Ana County. → Read More

Doña Ana County to accept federal border-security funds through Operation Stonegarden

LAS CRUCES - Doña Ana County will accept more than $700,000 in federal funds for deputies to combat border-related crime. The county commission on Tuesday voted 4-1 to accept the… → Read More

Las Cruces cancer doctor gets license suspended

The New Mexico Medical Board in early July issued an immediate suspension of the license of Bishnu Rauth, an oncologist in Las Cruces. → Read More

Family seeks Purple Heart for late WW II veteran

LAS CRUCES - George Gay was a young farmer from Hatch when he enlisted in the U.S. Army in May 1942 at Fort Bliss -- just as American involvement in World War II was gaining… → Read More

Family seeks Purple Heart for late WW II veteran

LAS CRUCES - George Gay was a young farmer from Hatch when he enlisted in the U.S. Army in May 1942 at Fort Bliss -- just as American involvement in World War II was gaining… → Read More

Haboob sweeps over Las Cruces, goes viral

Images of Saturday's storm sparked interest on social media. → Read More

Las Cruces City Council opposes changes to OMDP monument

LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces city councilors unanimously OK'd a measure Monday opposing curtailment or elimination of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. The city's council's statement comes before a… → Read More

Las Cruces to join Mayors Climate Network

LAS CRUCES - The Las Cruces City Council OK'd a measure Monday agreeing to join the Mayors Climate Network, a group of roughly 300 mayors from U.S. cities who express… → Read More