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UDC on commission agenda BULLETIN REPORT The Universal Development Code is on the agenda for the Tuesday, Oct. 25 Doña Ana County Commission meeting. The regular meeting will start at 9 a.m. and take place in the commission chambers on the first floor of the County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd. The commission will decide whether to approve publication of title and general summary of an ordinance to adopt the UDC. Daniel Hortert, director of community ...

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Bulletin report Two landscape workers who were clearing weeds in the 4500 block of Picacho near Fairacres Road discovered what they reported as “human remains” Monday morning, Oct. 10, west of Las Cruces. Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies responded at approximately 11:30 a.m. Detectives on scene described the remains as “severely decomposed” and said they appeared to be wrapped in a tarp. It appears the remains were dumped there, although detectives don’t have any information as to how long they were in ...

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NMSU receives national top tier ranking for 4th time BULLETIN REPORT For the fourth time in the last five years, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university. NMSU was listed on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2017 National Universities rankings. “We’re delighted that NMSU remains a top tier university,” said NMSU Chancellor Garrey Carruthers. “We also recognize that there are opportunities ...

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Eagle Scout candidate Gunnar Smith completes his Eagle Scout project levelling concrete for the headstone of the late U.S. Army Private First Class Gordon Gary Freeman Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Masonic Cemetery. Eagle/Boy Scouts also initiated and installed headstones for indigents buried in infancy with crude signs. McCoy’s Building Supply donated concrete; Valley Pizza donated lunch. Boys poured the headstones in the morning, then cleaned the cemetery before installing the headstones after they set. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE CONTINUE

Editor’s note: The following is a letter from Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent Gregory Ewing, sent on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 23, to parents and the community, which addresses fresh concerns over school safety. Below is the full text of the letter. Dear Parents, Recent events in our state and nation have raised concerns about the safety of students at school. In the past few days, isolated threats on social media have led to increased worry in our community. I wish ...

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