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Crime Stoppers Picacho Hit-and-Run mirror Bulletin report Las Cruces police continue to investigate a hit-and-run crash that occurred Saturday evening and hope a reward of up to $1,000 will help lead to the identification of the driver of the vehicle, according to a press release from the Las Cruces Police Department and Doña Ana County Crime Stoppers. The crash occurred shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday, July 14, on the 2600 block of west Picacho Avenue. ...

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Council to continue managing theater By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, June 20, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to continue its agreement with the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) to manage the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). The resolution approved by the council allocates $120,000 to DAAC for the third year of its five-year agreement with the city, which began in June 2014. Mayor Ken Miyagishima ...

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Agriculture street fair warms up the crowd before the game NMSU REPORT It’s the family-friendly event to beat all others in Las Cruces: on Oct. 22 you’ll find farm animals, games and prizes and samples of local food all in one completely free event. The fourth annual Agriculture Day street takes place from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in the parking lot between Aggie Memorial Stadium and the Pan Am Center prior to the Aggies’ ...

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Bulletin report The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) offices in Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Socorro, Taos, Farmington and Santa Fe are now selling Christmas tree permits. The permits will be sold until Dec. 23 and cost $5. For a list of BLM office locations and contact information, visit https://www.blm.gov/contact/new-mexico. The Las Cruces office is located at 1800 Marquess St and the phone number is 575-525-4300. Maps can be obtained when purchasing the permit at a BLM office, and will show tree hunters ...

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Minimum wage increase draws support By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin A substantial majority of members of the public speaking at a Monday, July 11, Las Cruces City Council work session said local increases in the minimum wage have benefitted them and the community. “The increase in the minimum wage does not appear to have a negative impact on the Las Cruces economy,” said city Economic Development Administrator Mayra De La Canal. ...

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