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Bataan Death March survivor Beverly “Ben” Skardon (in green cap) again participated in the annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range March 17 honoring U.S. soldiers captured by Japanese troops in World War II. Skardon, 101, walked about three miles accompanied by Ben’s Brigade, a collection of family, friends, former students and faculty from Clemson (SC) University, where he is professor emeritus. PHOTO BY KENNETH A. SCAR/ CLEMSON UNIVERSITY  

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KNIGHT TIME Oñate High School players and coaches, including teacher Chris Duffy and junior Anjel Oliver, celebrate a thrilling last-second victory over Las Cruces High School March 9 in the first round of the NMAA state basketball tournament. The 53-52 win avenged three earlier losses this year to the Dawgs. See Sports. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Dina Chacon-Rietzel, Ammu Devasthali, New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu, Luke Sanchez and NMSU Board of Regents Chair Debra Hicks stand at the New Mexico state capitol Friday, March 1. Chacon-Rietzel, Devasthali and Sanchez had just been recommended by the Senate Rules Committee as the three new regents for NMSU. The new regents join Hicks and Jerean Hutchinson to complete the board of five. They were scheduled to take an oath of office at 8 a.m. ...

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Participants in the Supermarket Sweep Feb. 21 at Save Mart were, from left, City Councilors Greg Smith and Kasandra Gandara, Las Cruces Police Department Lieutenant Kiri Daines, Green Chamber CEO/President Carrie Hamblen, and the Supermarket Sweep winner, JoAnn Garay, director of the Small Business Development Center. (Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre)
By Cassie McClure and Suzanne Michaels For the Bulletin The oranges are stacked neatly, customers are greeted with a friendly “hello!” when they walk in, and Yelp lists Save Mart in the Top 10 best grocery stores in Las Cruces. In an impersonal world, Save Mart on North Valley Drive strives to be the place where you can not only pick up fresh produce and some of the finest cuts of meat, but also get a genuine request to know how you ...

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LCB0301Snow blankets the Organ Mountains early Saturday, Feb. 23, as seen from South Main Street. Though winter officially lasts three more weeks, a warm-up is expected to keep daytime temperatures mostly in the 70s. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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