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Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre Candidate for U.S. Congress Xochitl Torres Small gets a hug from her friend Russell Hernandez Tuesday night at Amaro Winery during her watch party.Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyreCandidate for U.S. Congress Xochitl Torres Small gets a hug from her friend Russell Hernandez Tuesday night at Amaro Winery during her watch party. By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin It was a great primary for women in New Mexico, as they claimed nominations ...

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The City of Las Cruces law enforcement honor guard fires a three-volley salute during the Patriot Day ceremony. The City of Las Cruces law enforcement honor guard fires a three-volley salute during the Patriot Day ceremony. The City of Las Cruces’ Patriot Day Ceremony was held Monday morning, Sept. 11, at Veterans Memorial Park. The event included a flag-raising ceremony (with the flag then lowered to half-staff), the laying of the wreath, a three-volley ...

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Courtesy www.3b-productions.com A small insult among hot-heads blows up into a pointless media circus in war-torn Lebanon in "The Insult," playing through April 26 at Fountain Theatre in Mesilla. Courtesy www.3b-productions.comA small insult among hot-heads blows up into a pointless media circus in war-torn Lebanon in “The Insult,” playing through April 26 at Fountain Theatre in Mesilla. Here are five things to do this weekend. Pick up a copy of this week’s Bulletin for ...

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Wrapping up a better future City eyes ‘more renewable energy’ By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin If all goes according to plan, City of Las Cruces Sustainability Officer Lisa LaRocque believes the person who holds her position about 50 years from now could be out of a job. LaRocque said the city is making the shift to “more renewable energy” with a goal of being 80-percent self-sufficient by 2050 and at net zero energy usage by ...

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Aggie’s not quite tough enough to beat GA Southern By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University football players were tough enough to wear pink, but they weren’t quite tough enough to beat a reeling Georgia Southern squad at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 22. Following the halftime unveiling of a 40-yard-wide billowing pink ribbon and bow dedicated to cancer research and commemorating Tough Enough to Wear Pink’s 10th ...

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