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BULLETIN REPORT Doña Ana County Treasurer Eric L. Rodriguez has mailed 2018’s first-half property tax bills, according to a press release from the county. The due date is Dec. 10 for first-half property taxes before state-mandated interest and penalties begin to accumulate. Citing convenience as a priority for his office, Rodriguez said payments can be made in a number of ways, such as: • By mailing payment to the Treasurer’s Office using the self-addressed envelope provided with the tax notice. • In person at ... CONTINUE
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Barnett’s Harley Davidson decked out for the occasion. The 2018 Back the Blue Benefit Run took place Saturday, Oct. 6. The run was established to fund the JR Stewart 141 foundation which will help charities close to JR’s heart. JR Stewart was the retired police officer who was killed last November by the meth addicts who were driving down the wrong side of I-25, went off the freeway, ... CONTINUE
Las Cruces police continue to ask for the public’s help locating a teenage boy who is considered a runaway and has not been seen by family since Feb. 19. Andres Martinez, 14, was last seen at his home, on the 1500 block of Foster Road, at about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 19. Martinez is enrolled at Lynn Middle School but has not been in class since mid-February. He ... CONTINUE
Also see: ‘No shortage of ideas': Arvizu already at work as NMSU’s new chancellor By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University (NMSU) Board of Regents finalized performance-based relationship with its incoming chancellor and president, offering its new leadership team nationally competitive base salaries, with expectations and self-funding incentives for increased student enrollment and retention, research revenue and alumni giving. NMSU Regents selected Dr. Dan Arvizu and Dr. John Floros to lead the university following a competitive national search. “We ... CONTINUE