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Agriculture street fair warms up the crowd before the game NMSU REPORT It’s the family-friendly event to beat all others in Las Cruces: on Oct. 22 you’ll find farm animals, games and prizes and samples of local food all in one completely free event. The fourth annual Agriculture Day street takes place from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in the parking lot between Aggie Memorial Stadium and the Pan Am Center prior to the Aggies’ ...

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sandbags Google.com image The National Weather Service is calling for continued rain in the Las Cruces area through the next 48 hours. Storms could produce heavy rain at times. In the event of localized flooding, the Las Cruces Fire Department is making sandbags available to Las Cruces residents. The number of sandbags is limited to 10 per homeowner. They are intended to keep water from entering a dwelling so they should be placed around doorways ...

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Council to continue managing theater By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, June 20, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to continue its agreement with the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) to manage the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). The resolution approved by the council allocates $120,000 to DAAC for the third year of its five-year agreement with the city, which began in June 2014. Mayor Ken Miyagishima ...

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Bulletin Report Learn about engineering at the Museum of Nature and Science! In recognition of National Engineers’ Week, Feb. 19-24, representatives from New Mexico State University College of Engineering student organizations will lead activities and give demonstrations related to all engineering disciplines. The event will be at the Museum of Nature and Science Thursday, Feb. 23, from 3-5 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The museum is located at 411 North Main Street. For more information: 575-522-3120, museum.monas@las-cruces.org

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Bulletin report The state of New Mexico will not have enough money to balance its budget, so members of the State Legislature are back in Santa Fe. With less than a month to go before the general election when many New Mexico State Legislature seats are up for grabs, the state representatives and senators have been called back for a special session. Gov. Susana convened the special session to address the budget shortfall and to also try and have the death penalty reinstated. The ...

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