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The three finalists vying for job of Superintendent of the Las Cruces Public Schools will answer questions from the public during a community forum at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 29 at the Oñate High School Performing Arts Center, 5700 Mesa Grande Dr. Jo Galvan, LCPS spokeswoman, said the finalists, who will be in Las Cruces for two days of interviews are: Dr. Gregory Ewing of Marietta, GA; Dr. Gregory Rodriguez of Huntsville, TX; and Dr. Arsenio Romero of Roswell, ...

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Workers comp ruling under fire By ALTA LECOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Advocates for the agriculture industry are urging state legislators to fight a recent New Mexico Supreme Court decision requiring farmers and ranchers to provide workers compensation insurance for their workers. Whether the lawmakers can or will do anything to mitigate the impact of the ruling on small farmers and ranchers remains to be seen. The legislature’s interim Economic and ...

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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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At a special Town Hall held at Alma de Arte Charter School May 23, local legislators met with constituents to discuss the special legislative session called by Gov. Susanna Martinez to concerning the state budget and tax reform. District 36 Sen. Jeff Steinborn, District 36 Rep. Nathan Small and District 35 Rep. Angelica Rubio participated, although Small left early for another event in Hatch. When asked if they thought issues could be resolved by the special session, the legislators looked grim and ...

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Toy convoy on the way Santa Claus shows off some of the toys donated by truck drivers, Saturday, Dec. 17, at Border International’s Las Cruces facility at 2701 W. Amador Ave. A convoy of truckers (inset) rode out of the National Truck Stop in Vado, Saturday morning and brought toys collected by truck drivers for youngsters in local hospitals. See Page 25 for more photos. BULLETIN PHOTOS BY STEVEN KAEPPLER CONTINUE
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