Bulletin report Las Cruces is one of the best-run cities in the nation, according to the website wallethub.com. The personal finance website recently rated the top 150 best-run cities in the United States and New Mexico’s second-largest municipality finished just outside of the top 10 at No. 12`. Albuquerque was not too far behind at No. 15 while El Paso checked in at No. 25. Boise, Idaho took the top spot. WalletHub compared 150 of the largest ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report The Double Eagle in Mesilla has been named the best steak house in New Mexico by www.msn.com. The news and lifestyle website recently listed the best steakhouse in each state and the Buddy Ritter-owned eatery at 2355 Calle De Guadalupe snared the honor for the Land of Enchantment. The website reports: “Margaritas and steak? It’s not a typical dining experience, but at Double Eagle in Mesilla, New Mexico, you won’t want ... CONTINUE
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By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin An elevator in a three-story house? How decadent. For a bunch of hillbillies from Appalachia in southwestern Pennsylvania, the fact the rented house at Lewes Beach Delaware had an elevator seemed quite fancy. Plus it was invaluable when hauling all the beer my mother bought to the second-floor kitchen. This was a family vacation a long time in the making. In June, eleven relatives ranging in age from six to ... CONTINUE
Police chief celebrates 25 years with LCPD in September By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Police Chief Jaime Montoya said his department will lead a July 25 discussion at city hall on how to build a safer Las Cruces. The meeting, which will be a city council work session, will begin at 1 p.m. in city council chambers, 700 N. Main St., and will inform the community about what the Las Cruces ... CONTINUE
Beatin’ the heat Kylee J. Sullivan, 7, eats ice cream she just made during the 13th-Annual Ice Cream Sunday at the The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces on Sunday, July 17. Visitors to the museum’s Ice Cream Sunday event got to make their own ice cream using a plastic bag or rolling tin cans with ice and rock salt inside them. See more photos on Page A19. PHOTO BY KIRSTINA SANGSAHACHART CONTINUE