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Bulletin report El Paso Electric reports it is currently monitoring energy consumption during the high temperatures and sustained triple-digit temperature days. Mary Kipp, El Paso Electric CEO, said the utility company has not plans to interrupt service. But be prepared in case the situation changes. “In the event we were to lose a generating unit or transmission line during system peak, we may need to conduct managed outages in order to maintain the stability of our local electric grid,” Kipp said in ...

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NicoleBlack Bulletin report The Las Cruces Home Builders Association has announced the promotion of Nicole Black to Executive Officer. Black recently assumed designated responsibilities of EO and was officially appointed after a decision from the Las Cruces Home Builders Association Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Black has been part of the Las Cruces Home Builders Association for four years, starting with the company as Membership Coordinator in 2013 and transitioning to Operations ...

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A legend passes New Mexico High School Hall-of-Fame coach Jim Bradley died Wednesday, Aug. 12. Bradley coached both Mayfield and Roswell High to state championships and also served a stint as head coach for New Mexico State University’s football team. To read more, see Sports, Page A23. Send sports news to: sports@lascrucesbulletin.com FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2015 A23

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Water Festival at Young Park Madison, Emma, Josiah and Isaiah (left to right) learn about ditches and canals, and their safety, at the sixth annual Water Festival in Young Park April 13. More than 1,000 students attended the event, learning from experts about such topics as windmills and how they pull water from the ground, erosion and soil stabilization, aquifers, and water resources. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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Full moon risin’ Las Cruces artist Bonnie Mandoe’s Full Moon Open Studio Sale will be held from 5 p.m. until moonrise (8 p.m.) on Saturday, July 8, at Quesenberry Farmhouse Gallery, 825 Quesenberry St. “This is Quesenberry’s first Full Moon Open Studio, inspired by the turnout at our Memorial Day event and the unprecedented number of visitors in its wake,” Mandoe said. “I love it when my paintings find new homes! You’ll be surprised to discover the ambiance of this historic farmhouse ...

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