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Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Jamar Cotton handcuffs newlyweds Paul Maxwell and Janis Paul to symbolize their commitment in a lighthearted nod to Valentine’s Day. Third Judicial District Judge Mary Rosner presided over 20 marriages in the rotunda of the Doña Ana County Government Center Feb. 14, during which Cotton and his wife, Barbara, also renewed their vows. “We appreciate Judge Rosner coming here to do this great event for us,” said Doña Ana County Manager ...

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Dairy 4 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin F&A Dairy Products of Las Cruces is hiring production workers, said the dairy’s human resources manager, Celina Ramirez. Ramirez said the dairy needs full-time employees who can work flexible hours and have their own reliable transportation to the dairy, which is located at 355 Crawford Blvd. in Las Cruces’ West Mesa Industrial Park, about 10 miles west of downtown Las Cruces, just off Interstate 10. Because “cheese ...

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OK, big guy, here’s what I want Savanna sits on Santa’s lap and tries to remember her wish list for Christmas, Sunday, Nov. 27 at the Mesilla Valley Mall. Santa Claus will be on hand from noon to 8 p.m. every day until Christmas Eve. He does take a break at 3:30 p.m. to feed his reindeer. For more photos, see page 12. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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Spirit Ranch continues to give more horse therapy By Las Cruces Bulletin A visit for a donation from the Good Samaritan Society – Las Cruces Village Tuesday, June 9, was hopefully the first step for Spirit Ranch to extend its Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) from young people to seniors. Ann Remick-Barlow, a licensed independent social Worker who started Spirit Ranch 12 years ago, said it has been a dream to give older people access to ...

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Bulletin Report On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the state House of Representatives passed House Joint Memorial 4 to establish an Infrastructure Funding Interim Committee (IFIC) in a 35-33 vote. HJM 4, sponsored by Rep. Daymon Ely (D-Corrales), creates an interim committee to study the state’s public infrastructure funding systems and to propose measures for reform. “We need to get New Mexicans back to work,” said Ely. “We have too much money sitting idle while it could be spent on improving our roads, bridges and ...

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