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Bulletin report Las Crucen Robbie Tafoya wanted to make sure incumbent Doña Ana County Commissioner in District 4 Wayne Hancock had competition in June’s Democrat primary. Soon after he filed in March to seek the seat, though, Tafoya said he discovered he was pleased with the other Democrat candidates who were also in the race, so he withdrew his name. “I just wanted to make sure he had some competition,” Tafoya said. David Bonnor and Isabela Solis are also seeking the Democratic nomination. Early voting ...

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court8 Bulletin report If you expect to make it through security at Third Judicial District Court at 201 W. Picacho Ave., you better plan to leave your cell phone in your car’s glove box and put your purse in the trunk. And don’t even think about bringing your backpack along. You can no longer take electronic devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets, etc., as well as purses, bags and backpacks and other items into the building. Cigarette ...

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Need for Speed A barrel racer and her horse make a tight turn around a barrel during barrel racing Sunday, May 1 during the New Mexico State University NIRA Rodeo on the NMSU campus. To see more rodeo photos, see PAGES A25, A26. PHOTO FOR THE BULLETIN BY ARTHUR EISENBERG

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City manager search kept open Bulletin report The city council interviewed three candidates Friday, April 29 in a search to replace retiring City Manager Robert Garza, but has decided to keep the search open and seek more applications. The next cycle of applications and interviews will likely take about six weeks, Garza said. “My last day at the city will be Friday, May 27,” Garza said via email. “The city council will vote ...

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Register by May 10 to vote in primary By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin If you are not registered to vote, or you want to change your party registration, the last day to do so before New Mexico’s June 7 primary is Tuesday, May 10. You can register to vote or change your registration at the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office, located on the first floor of the county government building, ...

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