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Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre Las Cruces’ Favorite Daughter Bri Bagwell commands the stage at the fifth annual Las Cruces Country Music Festival Saturday, April 29, in Downtown Las Cruces. Bagwell and her band, The Banned, alternately rocked and serenaded the large crowd in a triumphant return to her hometown. Bagwell’s red boots (inset) are

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By Suzanne Michaels For the Las Cruces Bulletin Water is flowing fast and furious in the Rio Grande near Las Cruces; in some areas, it’s almost gone over the river banks. The water was released just a few days ago from Elephant Butte reservoir to irrigate farm lands to the south. Along with the sight

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Soil & Water Conservation District 2017 election results provided by the Dona Ana County Clerk’s Office put Kevin Bixby as the District 3 winner with 521 votes to Joe Delk’s 285 and D. Craig Fenske as the District 4 winner with 1,812 votes to Kent Thurston’s 841. The total number of voters in this election

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The Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation District (DASWCD) election is today, Tuesday, May 2, for board members in zone positions 3 and 4. The candidates are Joe Delk and Kevin Bixby for position 3, and D. Craig Fenske and Kent Thurston for position 4. A county resident is required to live in zone 3

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By Richard Coltharp and Mike Cook The Doña Ana County Commission has named Assistant County Manager for Operations Chuck McMahon as interim county manager following the termination of Julia Brown. Brown’s contract was terminated on April 25 by a vote of 4-1, with Chairman Isabella Solis, Vice Chair John L. Vasquez, Ramon S. Gonzalez and

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