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As if to cast a long shadow, the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marked a late afternoon on Main Street in Las Cruces Sunday, Jan. 20, as the NAACP Dona Ana County  Branch sponsored its annual citizen march.  For a report on the MLK Breakfast the following day, see page 21. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Democrat Primary District Attorney Mark D’Antonio – 8,966 James A. Dickens – 6,240 State Senator District 36 Jeff Steinborn – 2,931 Oscar Vásquez Butler – 1,535 State Representative District 34 Bealquin “Bill” Gomez – 755 Raymundo Lara – 552 Paul C. Maxwell – 376 State Representative District 35 Angelica Rubio – 1,235 Ray Jaramillo – 842 Paul A. Martinez – 660 County Commissioner District 2 ...

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Fair trade holiday shopping Fabric crafts in brilliant shades of red, yellow, green and blue and warm tones of pumpkin and purple hang in every tiny room of Nopalito’s Galeria at 326 S. Mesquite St. The gallery has been transformed into La Frontera, a fair trade shop where the work of women artisans from northern Mexico is on display and on sale. The shop will be open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. until ...

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Yard of the Month

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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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