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Country Music Festival arrives Bulletin report Thousands of country music fans – and others who just like a plain, old good time – will descend on Downtown Las Cruces Friday, April 29 and Saturday, April 30 for the fourth annual Las Cruces Country Music Festival. Las Cruces natives Bri Bagwell and Josh Grider will perform as will Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Rick Trevino, Lee Ann Womack, David Nail, Cam and Aaron Watson. ...

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Weir & Moccia jersey Bulletin photo by Brook Stockberger New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia, left, presents new men’s basketball coach Paul Weir with a jersey during a news conference to announce Weir’s hiring, Tuesday, April 26 at the Pan American Center. Bulletin report New Mexico State University announced the hiring of NM State associate head coach Paul Weir as the 25th men’s head basketball coach of the Aggies. NM State Director of Athletics Mario ...

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Mark-Lopez_Football Bulletin report Mark Lopez, 41, an assistant football coach for the last 18 years at Las Cruces High School, has been selected as the school’s new head football coach. LCPS Athletics Director Ernest Viramontes said Lopez will replace Bulldawg Coach Jim Miller who is retiring at the end of this school year from Las Cruces High School. “I think the way I look at, I was really lucky to work with (Miller),” Lopez ...

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blackboard Bulletin photo by Brook Stockberger There is a chalkboard on East Las Cruces Avenue – between Campo Street and San Pedro – that reads ‘Before I die.’ There are pieces of chalk so people can write something they want to do or accomplish. Some on there include: Travel to Cuba; Be Forgiven; Go see SE Asia; Meet Pee Wee Herman.

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Councillor: It’s time to widen Telshor By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Because of heavy and ever-increasing traffic congestion, Las Cruces City Councillor Ceil Levatino wants the city to reconfigure about 2.5 miles of north Telshor Boulevard, between its intersections with Lohman Avenue and Commerce Street, from two to four lanes. “If we remove the center turn lane and the bike lane, it’s already wide enough for four cars,” Levatino said. ...

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