By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin City Manager Stuart Ed initiated the Economic Development Department. Courtesy photo. “Our recruitment for the position was very successful,” City Manager Stuart Ed said about the hiring of a director for the city’s newly expanded Economic Development Department (EDD). “I’m pleased to report to you that all of the finalists are local,” he said. “The successful candidate will know our community, ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin photo by Christopher Belarde Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyasighima hugs his wife, Rosie, as he celebrates his victory to retain his seat Tuesday, Nov. 3 at Los Compas restaurant on Compress Drive were he gathered with supporters. Bulletin report There were a couple of really close races in the Las Cruces municipal election Tuesday, Nov. 3. What wasn’t close, though, was the mayor’s race where Mayor Ken Miyagishima won a third term ... CONTINUE
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Good, clean, dirty fun After diving for the ball, Mountain View Regional Medical Center nurse Heather Lugo closes her mouth as she splashes into the mud court Saturday, Sept. 12, at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum during the Mud Volleyball Tournament benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Las Cruces. For more photos, see Page A16. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE CONTINUE
Bulletin report New rates, approved by the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (NMPRC) for customers in El Paso Electric’s (EPE) New Mexico service territory, will become effective Friday, July 1. Residential customers using an average of 660 kilowatt-hours per month in New Mexico will see an average bill increase of approximately $0.89 per month. Additionally, the NMPRC also ordered the separation of fuel costs from the base rate. All fuel costs will be reflected in the Fuel and Purchased Power Cost ... CONTINUE
School district’s CFO retires Aug. 30 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Public Schools Chief Financial Officer Terry Dean isn’t so much retiring at the end of August as he is shifting gears. After more than 15 years with the school district, Dean, 55, will officially hang up his calculator, so to speak, on Tuesday, Aug. 30. But, after taking about a month off to go elk hunting, he will ... CONTINUE