New Mexico State University head football coach Doug Martin addresses the media at Aggie media day Wednesday, Aug. 3 at the Hall of Legends at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Starting his third season, Martin said the school has accomplished some “miraculous things” during that time in academics, facilities and talent. The coach said the Aggies’ talent level is “light years” ahead of when he arrived. The Aggies went 3-9 last season. They ... CONTINUE
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BULLETIN REPORT City of Las Cruces officials are warning residents to be wary of fraudulent telephone calls and text messages claiming to be from City government. At least two residents have received fake calls, which appeared on their caller ID devices, while others have reportedly been sent text messages. When the calls were answered, the residents were told of outstanding credit card debt of a family member, and they were directed to send money. The bogus text messages referred people to false ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez announced her Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Her office reports the budget will close the current budget deficit caused by the oil and gas crash without raising taxes. At the same time, she reports the proposal protects classroom spending, economic development initiatives, and public safety. “This is a responsible budget that reduces the size of government while at the same time protects the progress we’ve made in diversifying our economy, reforming our education ... CONTINUE
By Marty Racine For the Bulletin The Aggies swept Rivalry Week — 84-71 over the University of New Mexico (UNM) Dec. 10, and 79-68 over Texas-El Paso (UTEP) Dec. 13— to extend its winning streak to seven. The crimson-and-white are 9-2 on the season heading into Saturday’s game at Arizona State in Tempe (6 p.m., KXPZ FM 99.5). Their next home game in the Pan American Center, where they are undefeated this year, is ... CONTINUE
Tourism dollars can boost state By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The drop in gasoline prices isn’t all bad news for New Mexico’s economy. Sure, it hurts the oil and gas industry, but it’s good for tourism. Lower prices at the pump mean families may have up to $1,000 extra to spend, and “that’s great for tourism,” said New Mexico Department of Tourism Secretary Rebecca Latham during a visit to Las Cruces on Friday, Nov. ... CONTINUE