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City Council hears good news about Downtown programs By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The Las Cruces City Council got some encouraging words about downtown during a nearly three and one-half hour work session on Monday afternoon, March 14. The council heard updates from the Amador Hotel Foundation, Downtown Las Cruces Partnership, Farmers and Crafts Market and Rio Grande Theatre. All reported successful programs and strong partnerships. Amador Hotel Foundation (AHF) Board ...

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WSMR commander An Aggie will soon be the new commander at White Sands Missile Range. According to the Department of Defense, Brig. Gen. Eric L. Sanchez – currently the commanding general with the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command at Fort Shafter, Hawaii – has been assigned to be commanding general at White Sands Missile Range. Sanchez is a 1987 distinguished military graduate of New Mexico State University. He graduated from Santa Fe High School ...

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White_Sands_Missile_Range_logo Bulletin Report More active duty soldiers are heading to White Sands Missile Range. The 143-soldier Air Defense Artillery Test Detachment will support Army Missile Defense programs to, as U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich reports, “ensure the best equipment is in the hands of soldiers deployed around the world. “White Sands Missile Range is a national treasure for the U.S. military with its unique terrain, airspace and expertise that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the country,” ...

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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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The New Mexico State Aggies battled back from a 13-point deficit only to have their hearts ripped out as Saint Mary’s Joe Rahon hit his only two free throws with 2.0 seconds left to give the Gaels a 58-56 win in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament at SMC’s McKeon Pavilion. The Aggies (23-11) end their season, while Saint Mary’s (28-5) advanced to the second round of the NIT against the winner of the Belmont at Georgia game on ...

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