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Tourism dollars can boost state By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The drop in gasoline prices isn’t all bad news for New Mexico’s economy. Sure, it hurts the oil and gas industry, but it’s good for tourism. Lower prices at the pump mean families may have up to $1,000 extra to spend, and “that’s great for tourism,” said New Mexico Department of Tourism Secretary Rebecca Latham during a visit to Las Cruces on Friday, Nov. ...

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NMSU-RM New Mexico State had another career performance by sophomore Pascal Siakam, but needed overtime to overcome a strong performance by the Robert Morris Colonials 81-71 on Tuesday night at the Pan American Center. Siakam, a 6-9 forward from Douala, Cameroon, racked up 35 points – 31 in regulation – in establishing a new career-high for the third time this season. The two-time WAC Player of the Week and Preseason WAC Player of the ...

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin As national media continue to report possible terrorist threats in the United States, Las Cruces Police Chief Jaime Montoya said his department is “always aware of these potential threats. “We remind our officers continuously about these dangers and areas to patrol. Many times the district officers have these areas covered already during their proactive activities,” he said. Montoya said his department does not receive any federal funding for dealing with potential terrorist attacks, but LCPD does receive ...

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The recount of ballots Wednesday, Nov. 18 cast in six of the 15 voting convenience centers during the Nov. 3 Las Cruces municipal election confirms the winners of two city council races. Following the canvassing of results at 4 p.m. today, Kassandra Gandara was confirmed winner in the District 1 council race defeating Melecio Guzman by 18 votes. In the District 4 council race, Jack Eakman remained victorious, defeating Richard Hall by 11 votes. Results in both races remain unchanged ...

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thumbs Richard Hall Bulletin report Two unsuccessful candidates for office in the 2015 Las Cruces municipal election today filed for a recount of the ballots in five of the 15 voting convenience centers used on Nov. 3. City council candidates Melecio Eli Guzman and Richard Hall’s application for a recount was filed this afternoon with Interim City Clerk Linda Lewis. Guzman, who sought the District 1 city council seat ...

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