Bulletin report The Espina Street resurfacing and installation of bicycle lanes is underway, and is expected to be done by year’s end. Espina Street will be narrowed to three lanes and two bike lanes from just north of the first crosswalk between the ASNMSU Center for the Arts and the Music Building to Wells Street during the winter holiday break. CONTINUE
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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 ... CONTINUE
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BCOM open house set for Saturday BULLETIN REPORT Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) hosts its first open house event free to the public from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at 3501 Arrowhead Drive on the campus of New Mexico State University. Visitors can take tours of the school’s new stateof- the-art building. The design includes large and small classrooms, student group study areas, an outdoor courtyard, a hybrid gross-virtual anatomy laboratory, an ... CONTINUE
Details What: NM Gross Receipts Tax Holiday When: Friday, Aug. 7 to Sunday Aug. 9 Where: Throughout the state Info: www.tax.newmexico.gov/tax-holiday.aspx Get ready to go back to school with the tax-free holiday By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin Taxes – what are they good for? Well, a lot, actually, but on an already strained budget they can be a burden, especially in families with children preparing to go back to school. Enter the tax-free weekend. During the New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax Holiday, held from 12:01 a.m. Friday, ... CONTINUE
City manager search kept open Bulletin report The city council interviewed three candidates Friday, April 29 in a search to replace retiring City Manager Robert Garza, but has decided to keep the search open and seek more applications. The next cycle of applications and interviews will likely take about six weeks, Garza said. “My last day at the city will be Friday, May 27,” Garza said via email. “The city council will vote ... CONTINUE