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Bulletin report Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the man suspected of burglarizing vehicles that are parked briefly near Redbox kiosks. The suspect, driving what appears to be a tan Chevrolet Uplander, parks his vehicle near a Redbox and waits for a customer to park nearby and approach the kiosk. When the Redbox customer is distracted with a transaction, the suspect enters the customer’s unlocked vehicle and steals valuables that are ...

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BCBSNM delivering a check to Southern NM Diabetes Outreach. Courtesy photo.BCBSNM delivering a check to Southern NM Diabetes Outreach. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico donated more than $1.2 million dollars in community grants and sponsorships in 2016. BCBSNM collaborated with 86 community partners across the state to improve the health and wellness of New Mexicans, including such agencies as the American Lung Association, St. Martin’s Hospitality Center, the ...

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Dianna-Duran December 16, 2016 Dear New Mexicans, I cannot begin to express how deeply sorry I am for my transgressions and the damage I caused to the public’s trust in public officials. I only hope the people of the state of New Mexico will move forward and someday forgive my actions which were not borne out of greed but rather a result of very tragic personal circumstances which led to some ...

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Tempting temptations There’s lots to do in the Valley this fall “It was the third of September …” That’s the opening line to the Temptations’ classic “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” In Las Cruces on the third of September, was also a day to always remember. You could have attended the Franciscan Arts Festival at Holy Cross Retreat. You could have attended one of our two dueling wine festivals. Or you could have ...

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Chamber director The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce has named Debbi Moore as its new president and CEO. Moore comes to Las Cruces after 14 years as president and CEO of the Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce. “This is a great opportunity to join a great chamber,” Moore said. “The chamber has a four-star accreditation and there are great people involved in the chamber and also in the community.” She will assume the ...

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