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Residents and businesses in the area of Lohman Avenue south to Nevada Avenue, and west from Walnut Street to Solano Drive, will experience a water outage from 9 p.m. Thursday, May 18, to 3 a.m. Friday, May 19, while Las Cruces Utilities replaces two water line distribution valves. Once service is restored, residents may notice discolored water due to iron and manganese. Although the water is safe to drink, City officials recommend waiting to wash laundry until after the water becomes ...

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By Phil Wilke For the Bulletin I used to be big. Not Jupiter or Australia big, maybe just a Pontiac minivan. Now I’m a Chevy mid-sized sedan, hoping to work my way down to Alfa Romeo roadster. I’ve dropped a lot of weight by counting calories, exercising a lot more and complaining about having to count calories and exercise more, but it seems to be working. Or at least it worked up to a point. I have plateaued on weight loss for several ...

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CHAVEZ, J. 1 Law enforcement agencies from Albuquerque to Las Cruces will participate in a somber procession late Monday afternoon, Aug. 15, to bring home a fallen hero. The body of Hatch Police Officer Jose Chavez was transported to Albuquerque for autopsy on Saturday and will be returned to Las Cruces – his hometown – on Monday afternoon in advance of funeral services scheduled for later this week. Law enforcement agencies, fire departments and ...

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Groundbreaking ceremony set for women vets monument By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin The United Military Women of the Southwest (UMWSW) will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the women veterans monument at the Las Cruces Veterans Park, 2651 N. Roadrunner Parkway, beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10. The Las Cruces City Council accepted $406,500 in state capital appropriation funding in November 2014 to construct the monument. “The United Military Women ...

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Historic haven From right, Pastor Rickey Taylor watches as Jovonne Gooden and Marcia Boyer unveil a plaque commemorating the chapel as listed on the National Register of Historic Places in front of Phillips Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Las Cruces on Saturday, July 9. Gooden and Boyer are the great-granddaughters of the church’s founder Clarence Fielder. Also pictured, from left, are Mary Jane Garcia, former New Mexico senator, and Elodia Garcia. The original Adobe chapel build in 1911 ...

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