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Takin’ it to the hoop Casey Galaz, 14, shoots a basket during Teen Splash Night at the Regional Aquatic Center in Las Cruces on Friday, July 29. The Aquatic Center featured a special Teen Splash Night which included swimming, games and music for teens 13-17. BULLETIN PHOTO BY KIRSTINA SANGSAHACHART

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Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez, the New Mexico Economic Development Department and MVEDA are scheduled to be on hand the announcement of the creation of new jobs and a resulting significant investment in Doña Ana County on Thursday, June 9. The invitation event will take place at The Pecan Grill & Brewery, 500 S. Telshor Blvd.

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Bulletin report What started with the arrest of the director of the Doña Ana County Detention Center for fraud transformed into a tug of war about who actually controls the jail. More clarification could come Friday, Dec. 18 in a 4 p.m. hearing before Third Judicial District Court Judge Manuel Arrieta. On Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s office arrested Christopher Barela, the detention center’s director, and Sheriff Enrique Vigil took control of the center. Later in the day, though, after the ...

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07/22/2015: NMSU football player Larry Rose (Photo by Darren Phillips) NM State football’s Larry Rose III was selected to the Associated Press All-America Third Team, the association announced. He was the only Sun Belt Conference student-athlete chosen for this prestigious honor. Rose III is the seventh Aggie to be named to an Associated Press All-America team and the first since Karl Dean in 1974 and 1975. Dean was also selected to the Third ...

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The City of Las Cruces hopes to buy Jornada Water Company for more than $16 million. At its Tuesday, July 5 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved a resolution condemning the company’s water utility assets. Assistant City Attorney Marcie Driggers told the council that adopting the city resolution is the first step in the condemnation process. The next step, she said, is getting approval of the condemnation in state district court. Then, the city will ...

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