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Splish splash– Pull the Plug? NOT SO FAS…

Splish splash– Pull the Plug? NOT SO FAST!

It’s that time of year – time for a swim! Adults and kids are ready to splash into the cool of the pool to offset hot summer temperatures. But if your pool is way out of the range of sparkling... Read more

Mosquito Control

Mosquito Control

The monsoon and irrigation seasons are underway in Doña Ana County. Large-area irrigation reaches a peak with the scheduled water releases. Each year, Doña Ana County Vector Control partners with farmers to prevent standing open water, where mosquitoes can breed.... Read more

Recognizing Young Leaders of Our Communi…

Recognizing Young Leaders of Our Community

Most cultures can agree that it takes a village to raise a child. The Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (LCHCC) takes this to heart as it is evident through the various youth programs it supports.Initiated in 1992, the Hispanic... Read more

The Lasting Effects of Childhood Trauma

The Lasting Effects of Childhood Trauma

Imagine for one second, a typical day in the life of an innocent 6 year old child living with abuse. The school bell rings at 3:00 PM and it is time to go home. An anxious, worrisome feeling takes over... Read more

Making a little go a long way!

Making a little go a long way!

Water Conservation Program Coordinator for the City of Las Cruces, Leslie Kryder, says, “Las Cruces residents are to be commended for their water conservation efforts. The 2014 water usage per person per day is less than 167 gallons – a... Read more

Crisis de la mujer: Una epidemia oculta

Crisis de la mujer: Una epidemia oculta

“Han pasado más de veinte años y aún puedo sentir el dolor en mi cara y la fuerza con la que me pegó. La transformación repentina de un hombre que había sido tan amoroso al inesperado monstruo violento fue muy... Read more

Women’s Crisis: A Hidden Epidemic

Women’s Crisis: A Hidden Epidemic

“It has been over twenty years and I can still feel the pain on my face and the force with which he hit me. The sudden transformation of a man who had been so loving into the unexpected violent monster... Read more

Papa John. Ingredient for Success

Papa John. Ingredient for Success

I was stuck. I needed a hook for my article. How could I do a profile of local contact/call center Sitel that would interest Tu Revista’s female readers? The deadline was past. I was under the gun and desperate. I... Read more

A gift from the Agave

A gift from the Agave

For more than ten thousand years, the inhabitants of the Mexican territory have maintained a close relationship with agave, a peculiar plant with long, fibrous and spear-shaped leaves, and a beautiful bluish-green color. Agave has been particularly generous with Mexicans,... Read more

Evita M.A.S. obstrucción

Evita M.A.S. obstrucción

Cada vez que viertes mantecas, aceites, sebos, jugos de carne o salsas por el desagüe… ¡pones tus tuberías en situación de riesgo! M.A.S. significa Mantecas, Aceites y Sebos. Ahora que estamos en el clima más frío, tendemos a cocinar con... Read more

Avoid the F.O.G. CLOG

Avoid the F.O.G. CLOG

Every time you pour hot fats, oils, grease, gravies or sauces down the drain... you put your sewer pipes at risk! F.O.G. stands for Fats, Oils, and Grease.In cooler weather we seem to cook with more fats, and some cooks... Read more

Our obligation to future generations

Our obligation to future generations

Imagine a village with a population of seventy people. This village is nestled in an infinitesimal island completely isolated from the rest of the world. The inhabitants depend exclusively on the resources of the island. Their food, clothing, tools and... Read more

Nuestra Obligación con las generaciones …

Nuestra Obligación con las generaciones futuras

Imaginemos una aldea donde habitan setenta personas. Esta aldea se encuentra en una infinitésima isla totalmente aislada del resto del mundo. Sus habitantes dependen exclusivamente de los recursos de la isla. Sus alimentos, ropas, herramientas y casas provienen de lo... Read more

Solar Energy: Renewable Energy

Solar Energy: Renewable Energy

More than just a giver of light and heat, the sun is a great and unselfish giver of energy. Because the sun is a natural resource that does not require the burning of fossil fuels that result in greenhouse gas... Read more

THE WASTE LINK

THE WASTE LINK

In the United State, we produced approximately 250 millions of tons of trash in 2010. Our solid waste stream is made up the things we use in our everyday lives and then throw away. Durable goods such as tires, appliances,... Read more

Did it all start with an apple?

Did it all start with an apple?

It’s a well understood phenomenon that men are from Mars and women are from Venus. Or is it the other way around? In any case, there is an unwritten code among men when sharing what we REALLY think about women.... Read more

Un Enigma Social

Un Enigma Social

Melisa esperaba ansiosa en aquel despacho acogedor. La joven sentada frente a ella le sonrió cariñosamente. “Yo soy Verónica y seré tu consejera el día de hoy. Estoy aquí para ayudarte con tu prueba de embarazo”. Melisa le respondió con... Read more

She's Man Enough

She's Man Enough

Although many may agree that women, as a matter of fact, are capable of countless things, there are those who believe that some jobs are better suited for men. Gender inequality is something women have encountered throughout history and the... Read more


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