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missing mug shot By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin The family of a Las Cruces woman who went missing while hiking in Arizona more than a month ago has turned to the community for help. Janet Castrejon, 44, went missing from Rustler Park Campground in Coronado National Forest, located in Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains, Friday, June 19, while hiking with her parents for a Father’s Day outing. Castrejon suffers from partial blindness and short-term memory loss, ...

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By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin I own a Confederate flag. One of the famous Stars and Bars that is in the midst of such controversy. I also own a United States flag. I love history and used to live in Gettysburg, Pa. – where I went to graduate school – and the Civil War

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The $36 million-first phase of the renovation of Las Cruces High School, 1755 El Paseo Road, is nearing completion. General contractors Wooten Sundt of Las Cruces began construction in June 2013 and the anticipated completion date is the middle of August, Las Cruces Public Schools Director of Construction Gloria

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By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin The family of a Las Cruces woman who went missing while hiking in Arizona more than a month ago has turned to the community for help. Janet Castrejon, 44, went missing from Rustler Park Campground in Coronado National Forest, located in Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains, Friday, June 19, while hiking

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Marcy Shoberg

Being attacked vs. helping a victim Many find it easier to summon the will to protect someone else than to protect themselves. I first heard about this phenomenon through IMPACT Self Defense of Santa Fe. In a Women’s Basics Course we learned of a study that showed most women have no idea what they would

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Tequila, Taco & Cerveza Festival unites three local favorites By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin Does anything more scream “Southern New Mexico” than tequila, tacos and cerveza? I don’t think so, and apparently, neither do many Las Crucens, with an estimated 2,000 locals slated to attend a Friday festival dedicated solely to those three truly

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A hike through history By Marissa Bond Las Cruces Bulletin A mysterious hermit living — or hiding? — in the sheltered cup of a cave. A decorated Civil War veteran who opened a popular vacation spot visited by famous — and infamous — guests. Tuberculosis patients. Property disputes. Unsolved murder. The Organ Mountain- Desert Peaks

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Family seeks help to locate missing woman By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin The family of a Las Cruces woman who went missing while hiking in Arizona more than a month ago has turned to the community for help. Janet Castrejon, 44, went missing from Rustler Park Campground in Coronado National Forest, located in Arizona’s

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