Bulletin report According to multiple news outlets, after more than a month of bankruptcy proceedings, Hastings Entertainment will close all stores by Oct. 31. Las Cruces has one Hastings store at 2350 E. Lohman Ave. Hasstings is a multimedia entertainment retailer that combines the sale of new and used books, videos, video games and music. They also offer video and video game rentals. The 126 Hastings stores average about 24,000 square feet, primarily in medium-sized markets throughout the United States, according to ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report The New Mexico State University football team was selected to finish in ninth place out of 11 teams in the Sun Belt Conference in the league’s coaches’ poll, which is voted on by the head coaches at each football member of the conference. Appalachian State was voted No. 1. The Aggies finished the 2015 season 3-9 overall and 3-5 in the SBC. After being chosen to finish in last place ... CONTINUE
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Former New Mexico State University golfer Alena Sharp will compete for Canada in the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio de Janerio along with fellow former Aggies Gwladys Nocera (France) and Ursula Wikström (Finland). Bulletin report With the 2016 Olympics set to begin on Aug. 5 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, New Mexico State Aggie fans will be invested more than usual as three former Aggie women’s golfers take the international stage. Alena Sharp (Canada), ... CONTINUE
Bulletin report The City of Las Cruces Parks & Recreation Department will close Frenger Pool, 800 Parkview Drive, for its annual inspection Aug. 1 through Aug. 14. The pool will reopen Aug. 15. During the temporary closure, lap swimming will be available at Laabs Pool, 750 W. Picacho Ave., from 7 – 11a.m., Monday – Friday and the Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center, 1401 E. Hadley Ave., Monday – Friday from 7:30 – 11:30 a.m. and Saturday 8 – ... CONTINUE
By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin New Mexico State University, along with the New Mexico State Athletics Department, announced today that the equestrian team will be allowed to compete in the 2016-2017 season. This will, however, be the final season for the team to be funded by the university. “Our students are incredibly important to us,” said NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers. “As the university continues to be under enormous pressure to cut our budget by $12.1 million, we have spoken with our stakeholders ... CONTINUE