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An eternal symbol By Mike Cook and Susie Ouderkirk Remember to honor the American flag Las Cruces Bulletin The Star Spangled Banner. Old Glory. The Stars and Stripes. The Red, White and Blue. Whatever you call the American flag, it’s arguably the most recognized symbol of these United States of America. Old Glory was adopted as the official flag of the United States by the Continental Congress on June 14, 1777 – 239 years ...

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NMSU regents vote to reduce staff benefits By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin During a meeting Monday, June 27, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a number of benefit changes that will impact current and future employees. “These changes are in response to the university’s budget situation and many of these have been discussed during our town hall meeting and at our open forums earlier this year,” ...

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Bulletin report New rates, approved by the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) for customers in El Paso Electric’s (EPE) New Mexico service territory, will become effective Friday, July 1. Residential customers using an average of 660 kilowatt-hours per month in New Mexico will see an average bill increase of approximately $0.89 per month. Additionally, the NMPRC also ordered the separation of fuel costs from the base rate. All fuel costs will be reflected in the Fuel and Purchased Power Cost ...

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Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio and Uber are urging Las Cruces residents to plan ahead before celebrating the Fourth of July. Uber will offer new users a $15 credit which is enough to cover the majority of rides requested in the Las Cruces area. New users can access the free ride credit by downloading the Uber app and entering the promo code STAYSAFELC. “I encourage everyone who plans on celebrating with alcohol to designate a sober driver or request an Uber,” ...

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nmsu campus By Justin Bannist For the Bulletin During a meeting Monday, June 27, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a number of benefit changes that will impact current and future employees. “These changes are in response to the university’s budget situation and many of these have been discussed during our town hall meeting and at our open forums earlier this year,” said NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers. “Please know that I appreciate ...

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