By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Miguel Silva hopes to be the next mayor of Las Cruces. After eight years on the Las Cruces City Council representing District 1, Silva has thrown his hat into the ring in this year’s mayoral election. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Current Mayor Ken Miyagishima was first elected in 2007, and was re-elected in 2011, but has not yet revealed whether he will seek a third term. Miyagishima said he’ll make ... CONTINUE
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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 ... CONTINUE
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Las Cruces Police and a multi-agency task force are investigating an officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of an armed suspect believed to be responsible for a robbery committed earlier in the day. The incident began at about 3 p.m. Officers were dispatched to the report of a robbery and theft of a pickup at an address near the 1300 block of Lohman Avenue. Officers learned that the suspect stole a white pickup and fled from the area. Sometime later, officers ... CONTINUE
Aggie’s not quite tough enough to beat GA Southern By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University football players were tough enough to wear pink, but they weren’t quite tough enough to beat a reeling Georgia Southern squad at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 22. Following the halftime unveiling of a 40-yard-wide billowing pink ribbon and bow dedicated to cancer research and commemorating Tough Enough to Wear Pink’s 10th ... CONTINUE