Bulletin report Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the person who shot and killed a dog last Friday. Police learned that a Las Cruces resident of the 4400 block of Los Arboles Court returned home at about 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, and found his 9-year-old mini-schnauzer dead in the backyard. Upon further investigation, it appeared ... CONTINUE
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At a special Town Hall held at Alma de Arte Charter School May 23, local legislators met with constituents to discuss the special legislative session called by Gov. Susanna Martinez to concerning the state budget and tax reform. District 36 Sen. Jeff Steinborn, District 36 Rep. Nathan Small and District 35 Rep. Angelica Rubio participated, although Small left early for another event in Hatch. When asked if they thought issues could be resolved by the special session, the legislators looked grim and ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin Report Art Obscura, 3206 Harrelson St., hosted an art show on Feb. 7. The featured art depicted responses to perceived “threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights and immigrant rights.” The proceeds, more than $2,000, said a speaker for Art Obscura, from the art show benefited La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services. The show was completely organized by Art Obscura and La Piñon played no part in the fundraiser, a La Piñon spokesperson said. CONTINUE
Police line up before the protesters at the Griggs-E. Picacho intersection. Photo by Billy Huntsman. This article has been updated. By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin At around six a.m. Wednesday morning, residents in northwest Las Cruces called local media to say they saw Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers in their neighborhoods. These officers entered certain homes to apprehend “deportable foreign nationals.” How many arrests and the exact location were not revealed by ... CONTINUE
NMSU cuts budget by $12.1 million By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers and the school’s board of regents could see the proverbial handwriting on the wall: diminished enrollment and state budget cutbacks meant NMSU would have to tighten its belt. The university unveiled its plan to cut $12.1 million from the fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday, July 13. Among some actions taken, NMSU will: Completely cut the equestrian program Close the employee health center Eliminate the engineering surveying program Cut three faculty ... CONTINUE