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Dickerson gives aspiring entrepreneurs reality check By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Marci Dickerson, proprietor of the largest female-owned hospitality company in southern New Mexico, officially got her start 18 years ago launching a catering company. In truth, her days as an entrepreneur began years earlier — when she was 7 to be exact. Speaking to an audience of New Mexico State University students Sept. 12 at Entrepreneur Encounters, Dickerson ...

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Pedroza_Olga-122015 Las Cruces City Councilor Olga Pedroza has announced she will not seek re-election in November to the District 3 seat she has held for the past eight years. “During that time, I have concentrated on several issues: education, nutrition, economics and quality of life,” Pedroza said may 23. “I do not claim to have worked alone on these issues. I have had a lot of help from both individuals and groups. “Additionally, the city ...

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Capital outlay funds of $2.6M will go toward local projects By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin City of Las Cruces legislative lobbyist Larry Horan told the Las Cruces City Council Las Cruces likely will receive about $2.6 million in capital outlay funds for local projects from the 2016 session of the New Mexico Legislature. Horan’s presentation was part of the council’s March 28 work session, which also included presentations on the synthetic drug spice, ...

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Armed robbery suspect sought BULLETIN REPORT Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps identify the suspect in an armed robbery that occurred late Monday, Sept. 12 at a Family Dollar store. Shortly after 9:30 p.m., police were dispatched to the report of an armed robbery at the Family Dollar store at 1690 S. Solano Dr. Detectives learned that an armed man walked into the store and pointed ...

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DSC_0384 Doña Ana County Clerk Scott A. Krahling has announced the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office and the Bureau of Elections will be closed all day Wednesday, June 14, to allow staff to participate in offsite training related to professional development and strategic planning. The offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Thursday, June 15. Krahling said frequent visitors to the Clerk’s Office are being notified of the closure in advance to minimize inconvenience. “The staff will ...

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