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Signs of change Miguel Meraz of Meraz Painting Inc. removes signage at the old Las Cruces Bulletin location on Telshor Boulevard. The Bulletin now operates from its new location, 1740-A Calle de Mercado. BULLETIN PHOTO BY RICHARD COLTHARP

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Garza leaves lasting legacy as retirement looms By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part story about retiring Las Cruces City Manager Robert Garza. Part 2 will run Friday, April 29. When Robert Garza started work with the city as a 21-year-old engineer, Las Cruces was about 28 square miles in size and had a population of about 47,000 people. The city had 600 employees ...

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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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IMG_3861 Signs of change Bulletin photo by Richard Coltharp Miguel Meraz of Meraz Painting Inc. removes signage at the old Las Cruces Bulletin location on Telshor Boulevard. The Bulletin now operates from its new location, 1740-A Calle de Mercado.

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Moccia Bulletin photo by Christophe Chino New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia speaks to the media Monday, April 18 about the start of a coaching search to replace men’s basketball coach Marvin Menzies, who left NMSU to take the head job with UNLV. Beat the Lobos. That’s the message New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia said the person who takes over for departed men’s basketball coach Marvin Menzies must internalize. In-state rival the ...

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