By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a 4-1 vote, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education decided not to extend the contract of LCPS Superintendent Stan Rounds. At the board’s meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16, members Maury Castro, Ed Frank, Chuck Davis and President Maria Flores voted not to cancel Rounds’ current contract, which would have paved the way to give him a new contract with an additional year. Board member Barbara ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin Report The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley, 3551 Bataan Memorial W., will offer free spaying and neutering, rabies vaccination, microchipping and licensing of 40 companion and feral cats on all starting at 6 a.m. until all the slots are filled Feb. 28. Spaying and neutering is 100-percent effective method of birth control for cats and dogs, saving the lives of animals that might otherwise be put down in a shelter or killed on the street. Doña Ana County has one of the highest intakes ... CONTINUE
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Luminarias honor cancer patients Luminarias burn brightly on the New Mexico State University campus, as the lights of Aggie Memorial Stadium shine in the background, Monday, Oct. 17. A variety of people (inset) turned out to take in the sight as the luminarias were set up to honor those who’ve battled breast cancer, and kick off Pink Week on campus to bring attention to breast cancer and raise money for research. The NMSU football team will wear ... CONTINUE
Dillard’s gets makeover Party marks completion of Phase 1 renovations By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin On Aug. 19, Dillard’s threw a party to celebrate the first in a series of remodeling projects and the introduction of new products that appeal to millenials. “We’re always looking for a reason to celebrate,” said Las Cruces store manager John Bittrick. He promises another celebration in September when the store completes Phase 2, introducing new jewelry and ... CONTINUE
Las Crucen who supports not constructing a wall along the border speaks before the city council at Tuesday’s meeting. Photo by Mike Cook. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin After nearly 90 minutes of discussion and public input, the Las Cruces City Council voted six to one in favor of a resolution that opposes the ... CONTINUE