Effective Wednesday, Aug. 3, Rick Jackson of American Documents Services will assume the role as Board Chair of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce. Jackson, the Chamber’s Chair Elect for 2017, will replace current Board Chair Russell Allen and serve until December 2017. Jackson is President/CEO of American Document Services, a company he started in 2001. In 2015 he was selected as the Business Person of the Year for the state of New Mexico by the Small Business Association and ... CONTINUE
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‘Ground zero’ for control of Legislature By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Albuquerque pollster Bruce Donisthorpe thinks the balance of power in one or both houses of the New Mexico Legislature may come down to races in Doña Ana County. “Las Cruces and Doña Ana County are ground zero for the control of the state Legislature in this campaign,” said Donisthorpe, who has been polling local city, county and legislative races ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report New rates, approved by the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) for customers in El Paso Electric’s (EPE) New Mexico service territory, will become effective Friday, July 1. Residential customers using an average of 660 kilowatt-hours per month in New Mexico will see an average bill increase of approximately $0.89 per month. Additionally, the NMPRC also ordered the separation of fuel costs from the base rate. All fuel costs will be reflected in the Fuel and Purchased Power Cost ... CONTINUE
Ags head into bye week with OT win By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin Enduring a gut-wrenching, endless contest that neither team seemed capable of winning, New Mexico State University might have salvaged a football season with its homecoming double overtime win against the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns. The emotionally draining 37-31 victory, hinging on a series of game-changing plays, was a testament to the Aggies’ resilience after they had blown a sure win in regulation ... CONTINUE
A full-sized replica of Virgin Galactic Spaceship II landed at Las Cruces City Hall April 4 to herald the first Space Fest, a planned annual tribute to the region’s economic and cultural ties to the space industry. The festival concludes Saturday evening, with most events in the Downtown Plaza de Las Cruces area, but Spaceship II is expected to be parked at city hall for up to six months. The entrance to the west and northwest parking ... CONTINUE