Eric Enriquez, Las Cruces fire chief. Photo by Mike Cook. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Fire Chief Eric Enriquez has been accepted into the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Fire Service Executive Development Institute, where he will join his peers from throughout the United States and Canada in a year-long leadership development program. Enriquez said the institute is “an opportunity for fire chiefs to ... CONTINUE
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Great smell for a great cause A volunteer helps grill Hatch green chile Saturday, Aug. 20, at Horse N Hound Feed N Supply at 991 W. Amador Ave. A large crowd showed up to purchase chile during a fundraiser for Mayfield High School’s Future Farmers of America club. A second fundraiser, which benefits the Las Cruces and Centennial High School FFA clubs, is from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, ... CONTINUE
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Public domain photo. Bulletin Report New Mexican U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, who currently serves as vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, will address the National Congress of American Indians at its 2017 Executive Council Winter Session and Legislative Summit at 2:30 p.m. (ET) today. Udall will outline priorities for the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. These priorities include issues deemed important to the Native American nations— improving health care and education, ... CONTINUE
Bulletin report Following two community meetings at which various topics were discussed, District 5 Doña Ana County Commissioner John L. Vasquez is teaming up with some of Doña Ana County’s legislative delegation to ask county residents to assist in renaming the roadway connecting Garfield, New Mexico to the City of Sunland Park, according to a press release. The series of roads in question includes N.M. 187 between Garfield and Hatch, as well as N.M. 185 between Hatch ... CONTINUE
Water Festival at Young Park Madison, Emma, Josiah and Isaiah (left to right) learn about ditches and canals, and their safety, at the sixth annual Water Festival in Young Park April 13. More than 1,000 students attended the event, learning from experts about such topics as windmills and how they pull water from the ground, erosion and soil stabilization, aquifers, and water resources. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN CONTINUE