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Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez announced her Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Her office reports the budget will close the current budget deficit caused by the oil and gas crash without raising taxes. At the same time, she reports the proposal protects classroom spending, economic development initiatives, and public safety. “This is a responsible budget that reduces the size of government while at the same time protects the progress we’ve made in diversifying our economy, reforming our education ...

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Courtesy photo If you see a pet inside a locked car, immediately call 911.Courtesy photoIf you see a pet inside a locked car, immediately call 911. Bulletin Report Daytime temperatures are predicted to reach the triple digits Friday, June 1 (102 degrees), and remain above 100 for up to six consecutive days, through June 6. Even with a little “cooling,” temperatures are expected to top out in the high 90s for the foreseeable future. Welcome to ...

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Courtesy photo LCU employees Jeanette Morris, Joe Padilla, and Estela Sauceda examine the diagram of the construction changes at the building that will become the new LCU East Mesa Customer Service Center on Bataan Memorial West. By mid-May customers can come by to pay their utility bill or start utility services.Courtesy photoLCU employees Jeanette Morris, Joe Padilla, and Estela Sauceda pore over the diagram of the construction changes at the building that will ...

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Las Cruces Community Theatre needs help to save its home Bulletin report One of the most beloved staples of Las Cruces is its vibrant and impressive community theater, which is housed in the old State Theatre at 313 N. Main on the Downtown Mall. But recently the owners of the building informed the theater board of directors of their intent to sell the property. The Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) has called the location ...

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By Courtney Lopez Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico Child hunger in New Mexico is a pressing issue and the daunting reality of this is that the faces of hunger aren’t easily identified. According to the United States Census Bureau, in Doña Ana County, more than 25 percent of the population is living in poverty. The poverty threshold for a family of four is an annual income of $24,600. One fourth of our county not only struggles to make ends meet but struggles ...

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