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Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 11:59am

Dona Ana County Commissioners pass 'safe community' resolution, prohibits employees from asking residents' immigration status

A new county resolution in Dona Ana county prohibits any county employee, including sheriff’s deputies, from using resources or funds to ask a resident about their immigration status.

NMSU runners were named WAC Players of the Week

Seniors Diana Hawk and Hab Rubio were both named WAC Player of the Week after their strong performance at the UNM Lobo Invitational on Sat., Sept. 6. Both Hawk and Rubio completed personal bests during the invite.

Glory Road Glow Run to come to UTEP's campus

The Glory Road Glow Run, hosted by UTEP Special Events as part of the Centennial Celebration of the University, is just weeks away.

NMSU women's golf brings home title in Utah

The New Mexico State women’s golf team won the Hobble Creek Fall Classic with a team score of 577 during two rounds of play on the Hobble Creek Golf Course in Springville, Utah, Sept. 8.

UTEP women's golf finishes 15th in Colorado

The UTEP women's golf team finished 15th at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic on Tuesday in Fort Collins, Colo. The Miners fired a 54-hole total of 937 (308-316-313).

This week in NMSU Athletics

The New Mexico State athletics department has numerous events to cover this week. Below is a listing of sporting events for the week.

Missing nursing student Holly Bobo's remains found in Tennessee

After three years of searching, the remains of Holly Bobo have been found in Tennessee.

Daycare sees maximum fine for child walking out

A Las Cruces Daycare is getting the maximum fine after a three-year-old boy left and walked home by himself.

El Pasoan, San Francisco 49er faithful fan featured on 49ers web series

An El Paso veteran and San Francisco 49er fan was featured on the 49ers website earlier this week in a 22-minute web feature titled 'The Faithful: The Solider's Letter' after giving his Purple Heart award to the team as a gesture of

'Suspicious package' was water utility cover, EP County Courthouse cleared

UPDATE: A spokesperson with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office confirms that the 'suspicious package' was a water utility cover that was installed this morning on the property unbeknownst to law enforcement officials.

Law enforcement investigating suspicious package in front of County Courthouse

Deputies with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office are investigating a suspicious package that was located in front of the El Paso County Courthouse.

NMSU Air Force, Army ROTC to commemorate 9/11

New Mexico State University’s Air Force and Army ROTC units are inviting the NMSU and Las Cruces community to join them in events honoring the victims of 9/11.

Texas Tuition Promise Fund open for enrollment of college tuition

Open enrollment in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund®, the state’s prepaid college tuition program, began Sept. 1, and runs through Feb. 28, 2015.

Apple unveils two new iPhones

Apple unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Tuesday.

William Hayden's daughter to detail allegations against him on national TV show

When William Hayden was first arrested in early August, he claimed an ex-girlfriend filed false charges against him because he ended their relationship.