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Veteran discovers the true power of a children’s book BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin Stephen Evans, a U.S. Navy veteran whose active duty tour included 22 countries, realized the true power of a book this summer. Evans is the first and only American to have been to the island of Olhuvelifushi (Ol-hu-vel-ee-fu-shee) lo cated in the Maldives, population 663. During this time, he also became the author of a new children’s book, ...

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Las Cruces magician Jamie O’Hara estimates he’s done about 6,000 magic shows to date. Courtesy photo. Las Cruces magician Jamie O’Hara estimates he’s done about 6,000 magic shows to date. Courtesy photo. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Listening to Jamie O’Hara talk about doing magic in Las Cruces and across the country during the past 30-plus years is fascinating. Watching him make three green foam balls disappear from a mostly imaginary coin purse is, well ...

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Commission incumbents fall, while DA stands tall Bulletin report There will be some new faces on the Doña Ana County Commission in the not-too-distant future. The Democratic party’s name on the ballot for District Attorney of the 3rd Judicial District in the general election in November will be familiar, though, while another well-known name will find itself in a different spot, looking for a win to fill a state senate seat. County commission In 40 ...

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My Brother's Place demo Bulletin photo by Susie Ouderkirk Demolition begins for My Brother’s Place restaurant at 334 S. Main St., Wednesday, Aug. 24. The longtime eatery has been around for more than four decades, but closed earlier this year and will be replaced by a new development to include a new restaurant and bar, as well as office space for the Las Cruces Convention and Visitors Bureau.

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Minimum wage increase draws support By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin A substantial majority of members of the public speaking at a Monday, July 11, Las Cruces City Council work session said local increases in the minimum wage have benefitted them and the community. “The increase in the minimum wage does not appear to have a negative impact on the Las Cruces economy,” said city Economic Development Administrator Mayra De La Canal. ...

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