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By Richard Coltharp Las Cruces Bulletin Drizzt Garcia-Washburn, an 18-year-old senior at Centennial High School, walked into foreign territory last Saturday. Sure, he’d seen City Barber Shop before. Every Las Crucen has. It’s been here for 60 years. Courtesy photoEven as a ... CONTINUE
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Happy Tails BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE Volunteer Sheila Alberson puts Zena, a Yorkie Terrier, into a traveling unit for safe passage to Montana and Idaho on the “Dog is my Co-pilot” plane before sunrise Monday, Oct. 16, at Las Cruces International Airport. Mesilla Valley animal rescue groups took part in a program called “Tails to Freedom” that gives 60 needy animals a chance to find forever homes in various Western locales. CONTINUE
Bulletin Report A $23 million renovation project has begun on Valley Drive. The work, which has been in the planning stages for several years, kicked off Monday morning, June 25, between Amador and Picacho and along Avenida de Mesilla from Valley to Hickory, said Wyatt D. Kartchner of Molzen-Corbin Associates of Las Cruces, the project’s engineering firm. The project will renovate a 1.5-mile stretch of Valley Drive from Picacho Avenue on the north to ... CONTINUE
By Richard Coltharp and Mike Cook The Doña Ana County Commission has named Assistant County Manager for Operations Chuck McMahon as interim county manager following the termination of Julia Brown. Brown’s contract was terminated on April 25 by a vote of 4-1, with Chairman Isabella Solis, Vice Chair John L. Vasquez, Ramon S. Gonzalez and Ben Rawson in favor, and Billy Garrett against. Brown had been county manager since Dec. 1, 2013. Solis, Vasquez and Gonzalez were first elected to the commission in November ... CONTINUE