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Krahling-Scott Scott Krahling is the new county clerk Bulletin report There’ll soon be a new look at 845 N. Motel Blvd. The Doña Ana County Government Center will see three new faces on the county commission, a new person in the treasurer’s top chair as well as at the head of the county clerk’s office after the Tuesday, Nov. 8 election. All the victors are Democrats. So while Ramon Gonzalez won an unopposed election for the County Commission ...

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Museum exhibit celebrates Elephant Butte Dam centennial; exhibit opening set for Oct. 13 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At the time of its construction, Elephant Butte Dam was the largest U.S. Bureau of Reclamation project in the world. It brought “important change to southern New Mexico,” as the dam began storing water from the Rio Grande for irrigation, and eventually would produce hydroelectricity and become part of New Mexico’s most popular state park. The New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) is ...

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Bulletin photo by Mike Cook From left, Las Cruces City Councilors Yvonne Flores, Greg Smith and Jack Eakman board a downtown city bus in support of public transportation during national Dump the Pump Day June 21.Bulletin photo by Mike CookFrom left, Las Cruces City Councilors Yvonne Flores, Greg Smith and Jack Eakman board a downtown city bus in support of public transportation during national Dump the Pump Day June 21. By Mike Cook Las Cruces ...

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SEMI-TOUGH Las Cruces High School quarterback Payton Ball (5) eludes Rio Rancho defensive back Jaylen McKinley in the state quarterfinal matchup Nov. 17 at Field of Dreams. The Bulldawgs’ 28-10 victory sends them to the Class 6A semifinals at Field of Dreams Friday, Nov. 24, against top-ranked Manzano, which took care of Clovis, 45-7. The winner will play for the state championship.

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Signs of change Joe Valencia of Able Sign Co. installs a sign at the Bulletin’s new office location, 1740 Calle de Mercado. The newspaper moved to its new Mesilla location in March of this year. LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY RICHARD COLTHARP

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