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Reimagining Amador holds big reveal By Alta LeCompte Las Cruces Bulletin Abandoned cotton trailers from the Harvey Gin near the railroad tracks may have a future as the West Amador Avenue area reinvents itself. The tracks, in fact, become the gateway to the historic agricultural, industrial and residential neighborhood. Susan Henderson, principal of the planning and design consulting firm PlaceMakers, introduced the idea for the gateway, which she called Gin Plaza, to ...

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DSC_0897 This year’s American Indian Week offers something to celebrate for six consecutive days: Thursday, April 6 Miss Native American NMSU Pageant (5 to 9 p.m.) Corbett Center Auditorium Friday, April 7 – Arts and Crafts Fair (8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Corbett Center First Floor – Story Tellers Concert in conjunction with Indigenous Ways of Knowing Conference (6 to 11 p.m.) Featuring Def-I, Benzo, Ehren Natay, Walatowa Massive and DJ Roman Corbett Center Outdoor Stage Saturday, April 8 – Arts and Crafts Fair ...

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Vote Photo Here’s a list of all the voting convenience centers: 1. Anthony Elementary School – 600 N. Fourth St., Anthony, NM 88021 2. Berino Elementary School – 92 Shrode Rd., Berino, NM 88021 3. Camino Real Middle School – 2961 N. Roadrunner Pkwy., Las Cruces, NM 88011 4. Chaparral Middle School – 290 Lisa Dr., Chaparral , NM 88081 5. Corbett Center- NMSU – Las Cruces, NM 88003 6. Del Cerro Community Center – 180 La Fe Ave., Vado, NM 88048 7. Desert Hills Elementary School ...

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Kids Night Out kicks off with School’s Out By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Project Mainstreet’s Kids Night Out program returns with “School’s Out for Summer” from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, the first of six monthly events that will take place in Downtown Las Cruces. Admission is free to kids and their parents. The program includes stickhorse riding, sponsored by Horse N Hound Feed N Supply, with haybail ...

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Council aims to push up the ‘pathetic’ voter turnout By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Republicans and Democrats may be bashing each other in presidential primaries, but here in Doña Ana County, members of the two major political parties are joining forces to increase voter awareness and turnout. Prominent members of both local parties came together last year to form the nonpartisan county Election Advisory Council (EAC). In March, the council ...

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