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Burrell College attracts a wide variety of students By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine soon opens on the New Mexico State University campus for its first semester. The school’s first class includes 162 students, three of whom took some time to speak to the Las Cruces Bulletin. Larissa Check, 25, is originally from Cameroon, West Africa. She now lives in Germantown, Maryland. She has Bachelor ...

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2016-08-24 21.19.48 Bulletin photo by Brook Stockberger Army Brig. Gen. Eric L. Sanchez speaks at the change of command ceremony at White Sands Missile Range, Thursday, Aug. 25. Sanchez, a 1987 New Mexico State University graduate and a native of Santa Fe, had been commander of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command at Fort Shafter, Hawaii. He takes the reins at WSMR from Brig. Gen. Timothy Coffin, who has been at ...

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RettaWard-Large New Mexico Health Secretary Retta Ward died in Santa Fe Thursday, March 3 after what law enforcement reported was a single-car accident believed to have been caused by some sort of medical problem. She did not appear to have any trauma from the accident. Ward, 62, had headed the department, the largest state agency, since January 2013. She previously served as Cabinet secretary of the Aging and Long-Term Services Department, the Santa Fe ...

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With the Stars & Stripes at half-staff in the background, Las Cruces Police Officer Adrian Delagarza reflects on Patriot Day Sept. 11 on the Horseshoe at New Mexico State University. Among the speakers for the occasion marking 9/11 was Las Cruces Police Chief Patrick Gallagher (not pictured), a first responder in the New York City Police Department following the 2001 terrorist attack on the Twin Towers. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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Councillor: It’s time to widen Telshor By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Because of heavy and ever-increasing traffic congestion, Las Cruces City Councillor Ceil Levatino wants the city to reconfigure about 2.5 miles of north Telshor Boulevard, between its intersections with Lohman Avenue and Commerce Street, from two to four lanes. “If we remove the center turn lane and the bike lane, it’s already wide enough for four cars,” Levatino said. ...

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