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Bulletin Report Las Cruces’ Women’s Economic Self-sufficiency Team (WESST) will host a presentation to help small-business owners understand the state’s gross-receipts tax. The presentation will start at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 3, in the Roadrunner Room on the second floor of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho.Mary Anne Quesada, with the Small Business Development Center, will give the presentation. “The gross receipts tax rate varies throughout the state from 5.125% to 8.6875% depending on the location of the business,” said a WESST ...

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Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon.Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon. Debbi Moore’s father, a veteran, taught her to be respectful of the military, which is why the Las Cruces Greater Chamber of Commerce director was happy to kick off the Military Update Luncheon Aug. 2 at the New Mexico State University Fulton Center. “We ...

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Bulletin Report Las Cruces Mayor Ken MiyagishimaLas Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima will deliver his annual state of the city address at 12:15 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 700 N. Main St. The public is invited to attend. The address will be televised live on CLC-TV, Comcast cable channel 20 and streamed live on the Internet at CLCTV.COM

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COURTESY PHOTO Borderlands Ballet Company dancers Daniel Lindsay and Grace Godman, with Allene Barton as the figure overhead. COURTESY PHOTOBorderlands Ballet Company dancers Daniel Lindsay and Grace Godman, with Allene Barton as the figure overhead. Bulletin report Borderlands Ballet Company (BBC), the Academy of Ballet and the Las Cruces School of Dance & Music (LCSDM) will present a new one-act ballet titled “The Persistence of Air: A Steampunk Ballet” at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 27, ...

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By Cassie McClure and Suzanne Michaels For the Bulletin Myths can create a dense fog around truth. With China’s “National Sword” action, overnight the nation now refuses to accept low-quality and dirty recyclables. That’s turned recycling across the globe on its ear. The action forces everyone to clean up their recycling to produce quality material, and that results in fast-approaching recycling changes. This is the time to remember why our city has chosen to be “green,” and time to bust some of the ...

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