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Avila settling in as interim city manager By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin New Interim City Manager Daniel Avila said he gets reminded “at least five times every day” that he’s got big shoes to fill as he replaces City Manager Robert Garza, who retired May 27. Avila took over as interim city manager May 31. So far, he said, “everything is going awesome.” Avila’s appointment as interim city manager is for a ...

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Farm & Ranch Museum to celebrate milestone By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum is celebrating several major milestones with its Community Appreciation Day, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road. Admission to the museum is free to everyone that day. “With our accreditation achievement and the Heritage Garden opening, we feel ...

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Ags go wild for Homecoming New Mexico State University students go wild as they cheer on the Aggie football team during the school’s Homecoming Game Saturday, Oct. 1, at Aggie Memorial Stadium. The fans were rewarded with a 37-31 Aggie victory in overtime against Louisiana-Lafayette. Inset: Mikaela Haley of Zeta Tau Alpha and Kenneth Williams of Sigma Chi celebrate their crowning as the 2016 Homecoming King and Queen. BULLETIN PHOTOS BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE CONTINUE

Haris, Humza, and Harris Ahmed between takes on the set of Horse Soldiers. Courtesy photo. Haris, Humza, and Harris Ahmed between takes on the set of Horse Soldiers. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report When a classmate at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine in Las Cruces sent Humza, Haris and Harris Ahmed a casting call for movie extras, they took it as more of a joke than anything. Thinking nothing would come of it, they sent ...

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BCBSNM delivering a check to Southern NM Diabetes Outreach. Courtesy photo.BCBSNM delivering a check to Southern NM Diabetes Outreach. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico donated more than $1.2 million dollars in community grants and sponsorships in 2016. BCBSNM collaborated with 86 community partners across the state to improve the health and wellness of New Mexicans, including such agencies as the American Lung Association, St. Martin’s Hospitality Center, the ...

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