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Las Cruces Bulletin newspaper


Top Stories for Friday, May 15th, 2015:



A garrison American flag waves in the cool evening breeze Monday. May 11, as Las Cruces Fire Department Deputy Chief Justin Dunivan shares a moment of prayer during the Southern New Mexico Fallen Officer Memorialís candlelight vigil at the Doa Ana County Government Center.

LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE


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Las Cruces Bulletin

Facing state deadlines, area government entities are pulling together their budgets, with some having to make cuts, especially Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) to avoid a possible deficit scenario.

At a town hall meeting Tuesday, May 12, Superintendent Stan Rounds said he believed that he had found a budget plan with multiple cuts that puts the budget back into balance.

“This budget is one thathas a lot of challenge to it,” he said.

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Las Cruces Bulletin

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of profiles telling the stories of stroke survivors throughout May, which is National Stroke Awareness Month.

“I just made a big mistake on January 28,” Betty Farmer said. “That was the day I also had my stroke.”

The mistake, she said, wasn’t the stroke itself – which, hidden and unknowable, was never within her ability to control– but waiting to go to the doctor.

Farmer had been in El Paso with...


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Bulletin Staff Report

Regular season Western Athletic Conference title? Check.

WAC tournament championship? Check.

Invitation to NCAA Softball Championshiptourney? Check. The New Mexico State University softball team has checked off a variety of goals so far this season. Next on the list is success in the NCAA Tournament and even a shot at the national championship.

The Aggies have already won a school-record 46 games this season and hopes add more, starting Friday, May...


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Las Cruces Bulletin

For residents of and visitors to the Southwest alike, White Sands National Monument is a must-see, its miles and miles of rolling, white hills almost otherworldly. At no time is this truer than during a full moon, when the park’s nearly 300 miles of gypsum sand – the largest of its kind in the world – are bathed in eerily beautiful lunar light.

To complement this natural wonder, White Sands National Monument is hostin a summer full of special full-moon...


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