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Amaro Winery coowner
Kelly Allen and her dog, Sophia Loren, were on hand Thursday, Feb. 12, for the Give Your Heart to Habitat fundraiser for the Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity. Amaro Winery, located at 402 S. Melendres St., hosted the fundraiser for the organization that builds homes for lowincome, working families. See page A12 for more photos from Give Your Heart to Habitat.

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By Todd G. DicksonLas Cruces Bulletin

The Las Cruces City Council agreed Tuesday, Feb. 17, to have city government partner with the nonprofit Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) to create an arts and cultural district, mostlikely in the Downtown area.

Questions about the size, process and resources needed to create the district almost caused councillors to table the resolution, but they were assured by city officials and proponents that these details will be

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By Todd G. Dickson

Las Cruces Bulletin

Members of the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church will be welcoming home their rector, Father Scott Ruthven, after a sevenmonth absence with a potluck celebration at noonSunday, Feb. 22.

The celebration that follows the regular church service will include a special gift to Ruthven, who was deployed as a military chaplain in the Middle East. It will be a red-white-andbluequilt centered on a

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He has more wins as men’s basketball coach than anyone in New Mexico State University history. Now he’s been recognized as one of the greatest coaches in the sport.

Former NMSU coach Lou Henson was introduced Tuesday, Feb. 17, as a member of the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2015.

Henson, 83, is one of eight individuals, including three coaches, who were chosen College Basketball Experience at the Sprint Center in Kansas...
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By Zak HansenLas Cruces Bulletin

Since its foundation in 1925, the Santa Fe-based Spanish Colonial Arts Society has dedicated itself to promoting and preserving the Spanish Colonial artistic traditions of New Mexico, some of which date back more than 400 years.

“When we were founded in 1925, many of those artistic traditions were dying out, and markets were the main thing we could do as a society to stop them from dying out – by giving artists the opportunity to meet potential...


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