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Fire truck 1 The City of Las Cruces Fire Department conducted a “pushing in” ceremony on Monday, March 28 for Engine 7, the City’s newest fire engine. The $425,000 truck is stationed at Fire Station 7, 1050 Crawford Blvd., near the airport. The new fire engine, a Spartan Gladiator Pumper, is capable of pumping 1,500 gallons of water per minute and is fully equipped for structural firefighting. Because the firefighters provide service for aircraft ...

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Bulletin Report After consulting with experts at Southwest Hazard Control and Sun City Analytical, Las Cruces Public Schools has decided to relocate students who attend Columbia Elementary School to address issues with mold and air quality, according to a press release from the district. On Thursday, students who attend Columbia Elementary were relocated to Vista Middle School, 4465 Elks Drive, after lunch for the remainder the day. Normal bus routes will operate for students who ride the bus. Parents who pick up ...

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Doug Martin NMSU_v_OleMiss_23_Large Courtesy photo NMSU head football coach Doug Martin will speak at his Coach’s Luncheon Friday, Sept. 9. As the New Mexico State University football teams prepares to take on in-state rival New Mexico, the school has scheduled its first and only coach’s luncheon of the season, featuring head coach Doug Martin, at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, in the Danny Villanueva Victory Club. The club is located at the Third Floor ...

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Study: Don’t keep TWEF on ‘life support’ By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, Aug. 10, work session, the Las Cruces City Council got an update on the sponsorship policy being developed by city staff, including a recommendation not to take on The Whole Enchilada Fiesta as a city-sponsored event. The council also heard about White Sands Test Facility’s master plan update, including the facility’s impact on the ...

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Workers comp ruling under fire By ALTA LECOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Advocates for the agriculture industry are urging state legislators to fight a recent New Mexico Supreme Court decision requiring farmers and ranchers to provide workers compensation insurance for their workers. Whether the lawmakers can or will do anything to mitigate the impact of the ruling on small farmers and ranchers remains to be seen. The legislature’s interim Economic and ...

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