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Las Cruces Bulletin newspaper


Top Stories for Friday, March 20th, 2015:


New Mexico State University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams each won the WAC Tournament championship and will now play in the NCAA Tournament. The Aggie men play Friday, March 20, and the women play Saturday, March 21. For more coverage, see page A24.

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By Marissa Bond

Las Cruces Bulletin

The morning was gray and drizzly, but the doors of St. Luke’s Health Clinic, 999 W. Amador Ave. Suite D, were open for those who needed coffee or warm oatmeal.

The clinic is part of the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope campus. Its patients are very low income or homeless. Many of the people who stepped in for their morning CaféSalud outreach had slept outside the night before.

At the clinic, they had somewhere to be dry, to have fruit, and...

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By Zak Hansen

Las Cruces Bulletin

In the past year, food truck cuisine has exploded on to the dining scene in Las Cruces, with the mobile eateries and their boundarypushing fare becoming regular fixtures of the twiceweekly Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces, special events and street corners throughout the city alike.

There’s little doubt Las Cruces’ local food trucks are doing the most exciting things in food in a 50-mileradius. Some of those include 138 Sandwiches’ chef...

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The Centennial High Hawks boys basketball team defeated Gallup 52-38, Saturday, March 14, in Albuquerque to win the three-year-old Las Cruces school’s first 5A state championship on the hardcourt.

The same day, the Mesilla Valley Christian Schools boys basketball squad topped Laguna Acoma 63-49 to win the 3A state championship.

For Centennial, sophomore guard Joe Saterfield led the way with 17 points.

The Hawks defeated Capital, Bernalillo and Española Valley to...


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By Zak Hansen

Las Cruces Bulletin

For almost 30 years, the New Mexico State University International Festival has been a unique opportunity for some of NMSU’s more than 1,300 international students from 75 countries to share their culture and experiences with their fellow academics. This year, thanks to a hefty dose of community support and involvement, the NMSU International Festival has become the Las Cruces International Festival, promising not only to bring the world to...

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