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Puppy kisses Volunteer Isabella Valdevit, 9, plays with a dog named Doinker, who is up for adoption at the Las Cruces Farmers & Crafts Market during the New Mexico’s taxfree shopping weekend on Saturday, Aug. 6. The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley participated in the tax-free shopping making all animals adopted that weekend tax-free. More information can be found online at www.las- cruces. org/departments/ascmv. See Page A23 for more photos. BULLETIN PHOTO BY KIRSTINA ...

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Chile farmers brace for rain By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin The monsoon giveth and the monsoon taketh. Sure, rain can be good for growing crops, but about a month into the green chile harvesting season, the agriculture community is concerned the so-far-mild rainy season will soon make the lives of farmers more difficult. “Knock on wood, things are going good, but (there could be) a big storm coming in,” ...

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A man who was reported missing from a treatment facility in Doña Ana County has been found in Las Cruces, reportedly in good health. Andrew Megarity, 55, was spotted at a convenience store on Lohman Avenue Monday evening. According to detectives, someone recognized him from media reports and a shared Facebook post and called 911. Las Cruces Police officers responded and returned Megarity to the treatment facility. Megarity, who reportedly suffered from dementia and bipolar disease, had not been ...

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Missing Brooklyn Brannan collage Brooklyn Brannan, the 6-year-old girl reported missing Wednesday, has been located with her mother and is said to be in good condition. The girl and her mother were located late Wednesday afternoon in Albuquerque. Detectives are continuing their investigation and no charges have been filed at this time. The Las Cruces Police Department thanks those who shared information on this missing child case. Las Cruces Police had learned that 6-year-old Brooklyn Brannan ...

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Callaway The Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department will participate in some friendly competition this weekend to defend last year’s title as champion of the Las Cruces Battle of the Badges Blood Drive. This year’s event will be held Aug. 12-14 at Mesilla Valley Mall, hosted by United Blood Services. Sheriff’s department personnel, along with first-responders from the Las Cruces Police Department and Las Cruces Fire Department, will try to get family members, friends, ...

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