Jacqueline Devine, Las Cruces Sun-News

Jacqueline Devine

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Past articles by Jacqueline:

Drive-in movies coming to Las Cruces Walmarts

Grab your popcorn! Walmart recently announced that pop-up drive-in movie theaters will be coming to some Las Cruces Walmarts in September. → Read More

Jackie's Top 5: Things I will miss the most about Las Cruces

For this week's "Top 5" I will be listing the things I will miss most about Las Cruces as it is my last weekly feature for the Las Cruces Sun-News. → Read More

Live: Las Cruces school board to reconsider Oñate High School name change

Weeks after the Las Cruces school board voted to change the name of Oñate High School, the board is meeting to reconsider its decision. → Read More

Jackie's Top 5: Ways people are honoring El Paso Walmart shooting victims

For the first anniversary on Aug. 3, people affected by the tragedy are honoring the victims to show their support for the city of El Paso. → Read More

2020 Whole Enchilada Invitational: Softball tournament relocating to El Paso

The 2020 Whole Enchilada Invitational — one of the largest slow-pitch softball tournaments in the country — won't be played in Las Cruces this year. → Read More

Second thoughts? LCPS board members weigh in on their Oñate High School votes

Members of the Las Cruces Public Schools board are weighing in on their votes to change the name of Oñate High School. One is having second thoughts. → Read More

La Casa, Inc. support services director receives national award for crime victim activism

As a domestic violence survivor herself, Pat Acosta said she now helps other survivors and has been working in the field about 34 years. → Read More

Mesilla Valley Maze to close most venue attractions this year

Owners of the Mesilla Valley Maze recently announced that due to the coronavirus pandemic, the maze and other attractions will not open this year. → Read More

LIVE: LCPS to discuss possible approval to rename Oñate High School

Las Cruces Public Schools officials are back to discuss possibly changing the name of Oñate High School. → Read More

No more Oñate: School board votes to change name

Members of the Las Cruces Public Schools board voted 3-1 with one abstention in favor of changing the name during a special meeting Tuesday. → Read More

Las Cruces artist's paintings to be auctioned off in fundraiser for Roadrunner Food Bank

Instead of sitting at home and letting time pass, Las Cruces artist Paul Maxwell decided to put his talent to good use. → Read More

2020 Southern New Mexico State Fair & Rodeo canceled due to coronavirus concerns

On Monday, the Board of Directors for the Southern New Mexico State Fair & Rodeo made the difficult decision to cancel the family-friendly event. → Read More

Alamogordo boy to compete in national motocross championship in Tennessee

When asked how it feels to represent New Mexico on the national level, Ryder said, “It feels like I’ve achieved something.” → Read More

Coloring book teaches children about New Mexico's role in the American Revolution

The coloring book focuses on the story of Spanish General Bernardo de Galvez, after which Galveston, Texas, is named. → Read More

Las Cruces woman collecting feminine hygiene products to donate to women in need

Period products are some of the most needed items in homeless shelters across the country. → Read More

Hatch Chile Festival canceled for first time in 49-year history amid coronavirus concerns

The fiesta is held annually over Labor Day weekend in Hatch, New Mexico the chile capital of the world. → Read More

Las Cruces business owner hosts non-city sanctioned light parade

The community will get to enjoy an Electric Light Parade, of sorts, thanks to a Las Cruces business owner, who is organizing an independent parade. → Read More

City to put on July 4 fireworks show but isn't announcing specific location

The city of Las Cruces has confirmed it will celebrate the Fourth of July with a patriotic fireworks display this year. → Read More

Fourth of July: Here's what you need to know about fireworks in Doña Ana County this year

Many residents are wondering if the city of Las Cruces will still host its annual 4th of July celebration this year. → Read More

Majority of public comments in support of changing name of Oñate High School

The majority of public comments read at Thursday's school board meeting supported the proposed name change. → Read More