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Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio and Uber are urging Las Cruces residents to plan ahead before celebrating the Fourth of July. Uber will offer new users a $15 credit which is enough to cover the majority of rides requested in the Las Cruces area. New users can access the free ride credit by downloading the Uber app and entering the promo code STAYSAFELC. “I encourage everyone who plans on celebrating with alcohol to designate a sober driver or request an Uber,” ...

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The 2017 Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo Court, crowned in August, includes, back row left to right, Fair Princess Faith Perrault, Fair Queen Jaylynn Benitez, Rodeo Queen Alyssa Marable and Rodeo Princess Sophia Moreno; front row, Fair Peewee Princess Madeline Frietze, Fair Junior Princess Hannah Perrault and Rodeo Junior Princess Ellie Powell.The 2017 Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo Court, crowned in August, includes, back row left to right, Fair ...

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Bulletin Report The Miss Las Cruces Scholarship Organization has a new director, and is gearing up for its annual pageant to be held at 5 p.m., March 18, at the ASNMSU Center for the Arts. The new local director is Brandi Holcomb, who teaches family and consumer science at Camino Real Middle School. Holcomb was Miss Otero County 2014 and competed in the 2015 Miss New Mexico Pageant, where she was a top-five competitor, said Miss New Mexico Scholarship Organization Executive Director ...

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Diez Y Seis tradition continues in Mesilla BULLETIN REPORT “It’s not a trend, it’s a tradition!” Those words can be found on the Facebook page for the Old Mesilla Diez y Seis de Septiembre Celebration held each year on the Mesilla Plaza. The action kicks off with a parade down Avenida de Mesilla at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 17. Throughout the day, there will be mariachi and dance performances. Both days of ...

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A nice society without punching As a youngster, I had hopes for when I grew up that technology would help America become a better place to live. It was standard dinner table conversation to talk about the advances of technology. Why, we even had a telephone. That was something that my grandparents never had on the ranch. When I was seven we were at my grandparent’s ranch and witnessed the first object sent ...

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