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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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stan By Christophe Chino and Susie Ouderkirk Will the school buses roll Friday morning? Even if not, school will still be in session. The contract between the union for school bus drivers and the company they work for is set to expire Thursday evening, March 31. That means the company that picks up and drops off students for Las Cruces Public Schools could have no drivers on hand Friday, April 1. Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent ...

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Siakam New Mexico State forward Pascal Siakam became the seventh Aggie in school history to be named an All-American with his selection to the Associated Press All-America team. The 6-9 sophomore from Douala, Cameroon who led the Aggies (23-11, 13-1) to their second consecutive Western Athletic Conference Championship and a berth in the National Invitation Tournament, was named an honorable mention on the AP team. The unanimous WAC Player of the Year, Siakam has also ...

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Fire truck 1 The City of Las Cruces Fire Department conducted a “pushing in” ceremony on Monday, March 28 for Engine 7, the City’s newest fire engine. The $425,000 truck is stationed at Fire Station 7, 1050 Crawford Blvd., near the airport. The new fire engine, a Spartan Gladiator Pumper, is capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute and is fully equipped for structural firefighting. Because the firefighters provide service for aircraft ...

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Enduring Warriors Participants in the 27th Annual Bataan Memorial Death March Sunday, March 20, at White Sands Missile Range, start off the event carrying American flags. The duo were among a variety of marchers in support of the veterans’ charity organization Enduring Warrior. More photos are on pages A18 and A19.

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