Bulletin report The city council interviewed three candidates Friday, April 29 in a search to replace retiring City Manager Robert Garza, but has decided to keep the search open and seek more applications. The next cycle of applications and interviews will likely take about six weeks, Garza reports. “My last day at the city will be Friday May 27,” Garza said via email. “The city council will vote on a resolution at their May 16 regular meeting to place Daniel Avila, Assistant ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report New Mexico State (25-19) was unable to get the clutch hits on Tuesday, falling to New Mexico (31-16) 3-2. With the win, the Lobos take the season series 4-1. The Aggies looked like they would pick up where they left off this past weekend in the bottom of the first inning, as Daniel Johnson blasted a leadoff homer to straight away center. Two batters later, Dan Hetzel unleashed on his own solo round-tripper to right, putting the Aggies up 2-0 ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report The Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department has scheduled multiple sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols during the month of May. These activities are part of an ongoing effort to reduce DWI-related crashes, injuries and deaths. Checkpoints and patrols will be conducted May 1 through May 31 at various undisclosed locations throughout Doña Ana County. Checkpoints are usually set up between 6 p.m. and 4 a.m. Deputies will be looking for all types ... CONTINUE
Taking over the reins New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia presents new men’s basketball coach Paul Weir with a commemorative Aggie jersey Tuesday, April 26 at the Pan American Center. Weir, who replaces previous coach Marvin Menzies, became the 25th coach in the program’s history. Read more about Weir on PAGE A4, A26. BULLETIN PHOTO BY RICHARD COLTHARP CONTINUE
‘Ground zero’ for control of Legislature By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Albuquerque pollster Bruce Donisthorpe thinks the balance of power in one or both houses of the New Mexico Legislature may come down to races in Doña Ana County. “Las Cruces and Doña Ana County are ground zero for the control of the state Legislature in this campaign,” said Donisthorpe, who has been polling local city, county and legislative races ... CONTINUE