Nathan J. Fish, The Oklahoman

Nathan J. Fish

The Oklahoman

Oklahoma City, OK, United States

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Past articles by Nathan:

Best Oklahoma high school football photos from each week of the 2022 season

This page will be updated every week with links to Oklahoma high school photo galleries. Make sure to check in throughout the season for updates. → Read More

Las Cruces community leader, storyteller celebrates 100th birthday

Florence Hamilton, a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha chapter in El Paso, met with her sorority sisters, friends and family in her birthday celebration. → Read More

Looking good! Veterans get haircut, hot meal, access to services at Stand Down event

The Stand Down for Veterans is modeled after a concept used during the Vietnam War to provide a safe retreat for units returning from combat. → Read More

'I really love hot chile peppers': Here's why people are attending the Hatch Chile Festival

This year's 49th festival brought in visitors from around the region to Hatch, known as the Chile Capital of the World. → Read More

Juneteenth celebration in Las Cruces brings people together

Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday days before the event at NMSU was the icing on the celebratory cake. → Read More

Soon-to-be Eagle Scout builds a pet relief area for his project at a rest stop north of Radium Springs

The rest stop, just north of Radium Springs, was abuzz with scouts and scoutmasters shoveling dirt for the pet relief area Saturday morning. → Read More

Mobile home fires in Chaparral leave destruction in their wake

A pile of twisted metal, scorched appliances and charred earth were all that remained Saturday following fires at a mobile home park in Chaparral. → Read More

Father and son team up to clean Las Cruces Dam

Father and son team up to clean the Las Cruces dam and filled five-gallon buckets with recycling material found at the base of the Las Cruces dam → Read More

Las Cruces Catholic Schools honor former principal Karen Trujillo

LCCS students and staff wore red, which was meant to represent the passion and love that Trujillo had for children and education. → Read More

Students create ‘DescolonizARTE!’ mural celebrating Anthony, Las Cruces and El Paso

Students create ‘DescolonizARTE!’ mural celebrating community of Anthony, Las Cruces and El Paso → Read More

Authorities find hundreds of stolen items in trailer; recent burglary victims invited to take a look

Mesilla Marshal Eddie Lerma said several hundred stolen items were found in the trailer. "Not including several hundred pieces of stolen mail," he said. → Read More

Mask Up Las Cruces continues to provide free masks during pandemic

Cars trickled through the parking lot of Mesilla Park Elementary School on Saturday morning to receive free masks and hand sanitizer. → Read More

Families wait outside hospital windows to be near loved ones with COVID-19

Several families have left posters, crosses and candles outside the first-floor hospital windows where loved ones are being treated for COVID-19. → Read More

'Please be considerate and think of your neighbors:' Las Crucens bulk up on groceries

"There is no need to panic buy. Please be considerate and think of your neighbor who needs these items just like you do.” → Read More

A caravan of Trump supporters honk their way through Las Cruces

Just days before Election Day, a large group of President Donald Trump supporters gathered off Interstate 10, preparing a “Trump Train.” → Read More

Community members band with local organizations to "take back El Paseo" in trash clean up

Las Cruces police, other local organizations, NMSU volunteer groups and community members met Saturday morning to pick up trash on El Paseo Road. → Read More

Las Cruces restaurants open indoor dining areas after governor's announcement

Las Cruces restaurants opened their lobbies to the public for dine-in service after the New Mexico governor's announcement reopening indoor dining. → Read More

Las Cruces’ first female Boy Scout to receive her Eagle Scout Award

Valerie del Plain will become Las Cruces’ first female Boy Scout to receive her Eagle Scout Award after completing her Eagle project. → Read More

City adjusts summer youth program to stay open during the pandemic

City adjusts Summer Recreation Program to stay open during the pandemic → Read More

City of Las Cruces hosts mask giveaway at Thomas Branigan Memorial Library

The event, hosted by the city was part of the Quality of Life Department’s newest campaign “Mask Up, Las Cruces.” → Read More