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 ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report Road work will be conducted on El Paseo Road at the Farney Lane intersection for the next three weeks. Lane closures, shoulder and median work and sidewalk closures are possible. Local access will be maintained. For more information, call 528-3098. The TTY number is 541-2182. CONTINUE
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Bulletin report Pascal Siakam joined an elite group Thursday, June 23. The former New Mexico State men’s basketball star became just the third Aggie to be hear his name called in the first round of the NBA Draft, and fourth native of Cameroon to be selected since 2000. The Toronto Raptors drafted Siakam, a 6-9 forward, as the 27th overall pick. Siakam is just the third player in NM State history and the first in ... CONTINUE
Proper copper topper popper Crews work Wednesday, June 22, to replace the copper roof on St. Paul’s Methodist Church at Alameda Boulevard and Griggs Avenue. Years of wear and tear and recent hail finally did the roof in. Church staff assures the new one will retain the trademark copper top. The church, established in 1912, built at this location in 1965 and added the copper roof in 1993. LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY RICHARD COLTHARP ... CONTINUE
Council to continue managing theater By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, June 20, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to continue its agreement with the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) to manage the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). The resolution approved by the council allocates $120,000 to DAAC for the third year of its five-year agreement with the city, which began in June 2014. Mayor Ken Miyagishima ... CONTINUE