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Workers comp ruling under fire By ALTA LECOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Advocates for the agriculture industry are urging state legislators to fight a recent New Mexico Supreme Court decision requiring farmers and ranchers to provide workers compensation insurance for their workers. Whether the lawmakers can or will do anything to mitigate the impact of the ruling on small farmers and ranchers remains to be seen. The legislature’s interim Economic and ...

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CHAVEZ, J. 1 Law enforcement agencies from Albuquerque to Las Cruces will participate in a somber procession late Monday afternoon, Aug. 15, to bring home a fallen hero. The body of Hatch Police Officer Jose Chavez was transported to Albuquerque for autopsy on Saturday and will be returned to Las Cruces – his hometown – on Monday afternoon in advance of funeral services scheduled for later this week. Law enforcement agencies, fire departments and ...

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Service dog picture Bulletin photo by Billy Huntsman Derek, left, comforts his brother, John David, right, after a meltdown.Derek has high-functioning autism, while John David has low-functioning, and is nonverbal. Their mother, Donna Kulpa, is crowdfunding in order to get John David a service dog to help with his autism. John David Kulpa, 8, was playing soccer when he saw his father pull into the parking lot beside the field. This sight sent him ...

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party_republican The New Mexico Business COalition is hosting a candidate “job interview” event 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25 at the Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road. There is social time before and after event. Tickets are $10 at the website nmbizcoalition.org or by calling 505-836-4223. Candidates for the following seats will be present: Secretary of State; NM Supreme Court: NM Court of Appeals, Senate Dist. 37 and Doña ...

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Badge Bowl logo The New Mexico State football team and local law enforcement personnel are partnering together for a flag football charity event at 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Funds raised will be donated to the Officer Jose Ismael Chavez Memorial Fund. The event is free to the public. Donations for the cause will be accepted. Officer Chavez was killed in the line of duty on Aug. ...

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