Documentary returns for 25th massacre anniversary
By Todd G. Dickson
Las Cruces Bulletin
On Tuesday, Feb. 10, it will be 25 years since two men entered Las Cruces Bowl and shot seven people executionstyle, killing four that day and one other from complications related to the gunshot injuries.
Five years ago, Charlie Minn made a documentary film about what has been called the Bowling Alley Massacre and his film, “A Nightmare in Las Cruces,” returns Feb. 10 with added footage of interviews withfamily members and the current ...---Click for Full Story---
Bulletin Staff Report
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced Saturday, Jan. 24, she has approved a route for the $2 billion SunZia transmission line that opponents say threatens the future of testing at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR).
The transmission line would carry electricity generated by renewable resources in New Mexico to Arizona for distribution in western states.
Jewell told The Associated Press that New Mexico is blessed with sunshine andwind, but those...
By Lewis Harry
For the Las Cruces Bulletin
The Centennial Hawks started their district schedule strong; winning their first three games to take an early lead in district 3-5A.
The Hawks began district play with a 77-42 win over district foe Los Lunas at home before traveling south to rout Chaparral 94-28.
The Hawks continued the streak after defeating Valencia on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 74-30.
Centennial’s recent victories have placed them back on track after falling to West...
By Zak Hansen
Las Cruces Bulletin
For 17 years, February has been all about art in the Mesilla Valley, as artists, performers and patrons alike fill their calendars with all manner of events and Las Cruces celebrates For the Love of Art Month, organized by the ArtForms Artists Association of New Mexico.
This year, those 28 days are fuller than ever with gallery openings and exhibits scattered across the city, along with live music, theater and performing arts events, artist...---Click for Full Story---