Bulletin report Mark Lopez, 41, an assistant football coach for the last 18 years at Las Cruces High School, has been selected as the school’s new head football coach. LCPS Athletics Director Ernest Viramontes said Lopez will replace Bulldawg Coach Jim Miller who is retiring at the end of this school year from Las Cruces High School. “I think the way I look at, I was really lucky to work with (Miller),” Lopez ... CONTINUE
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‘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
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Local naturopath specializes in alternative medicines Non-psychoactive cannabis is high on her list This is the first of a two-part series. The second part will run Friday, Oct. 14. By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin Hilda Luz Chavez, ND, is a third generation healer and curandera. Her work in the Las Cruces community is all about educating and awakening the interest of the younger generations to herbal medicine and supporting the older generations with remedies they ... CONTINUE
Dance to combat dementia By HARRY GLENN HARRISON For the Bulletin Alzheimer’s disease is running rampant in the U.S., Finland, Uruguay, Iceland and Sweden, as well as other countries of the world. With this in mind, Einstein College of Medicine in New York City did a 21-year study of senior citizens 75 and older to reduce the risk of getting dementia. The study shows the benefits of dancing. It reduces stress and depression, increases energy and ... CONTINUE
Confusion clouds county code Ido not hold an advanced degree in public policy. Nor am I a builder or developer. I don’t hold a real estate license. I’m certainly not an attorney. So it’s no wonder I had trouble reading and understanding the 455page Unified Development Code (UDC) that’s being proposed for Doña Ana County. Of course, many of the landowners in our county are not experts either. The code, which ... CONTINUE