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Fair trade holiday shopping Fabric crafts in brilliant shades of red, yellow, green and blue and warm tones of pumpkin and purple hang in every tiny room of Nopalito’s Galeria at 326 S. Mesquite St. The gallery has been transformed into La Frontera, a fair trade shop where the work of women artisans from northern Mexico is on display and on sale. The shop will be open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. until ...

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Bulletin Report A local electrical contractor for the City of Las Cruces will replace all existing High Pressure Sodium (HPS) street lighting on residential streets throughout out the city with more energy-efficient light emitting diode (LED) lighting. The replacement work is scheduled to begin the week of March 13, and will take approximately two months to complete. The goal is to reduce energy and maintenance cost, enhance safety for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians and help to create a clean and efficient portfolio ...

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Bulletin report El Paso Electric reports it is currently monitoring energy consumption during the high temperatures and sustained triple-digit temperature days. Mary Kipp, El Paso Electric CEO, said the utility company has not plans to interrupt service. But be prepared in case the situation changes. “In the event we were to lose a generating unit or transmission line during system peak, we may need to conduct managed outages in order to maintain the stability of our local electric grid,” Kipp said in ...

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New friends in Old Mesilla Members of the Mesilla fire department Eric Miller, Leonidas Somalakis, Mathew Rivera, Lasette Gamboa, Humberto Manriquez, Aaron Cruz and Kevin Hoban, take a photo with Santa and his trusty pony, Friday, Dec. 9, on the Plaza in Mesilla when the town held its annual Christmas tree lighting. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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Ewing_Greg Bulletin report Las Cruces Public Schools named Dr. Gregory Ewing of Marietta, Georgia as the next superintendent for the district, on Thursday, Nov. 3. He is currently the chief accountability and research officer at the Cobb County School District, for which he has worked about 30 years. In May, Ewing was named a top Hispanic school administrator in the nation by the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents; he was recognized as the Hispanic-Serving ...

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