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Steve-Chavira Bulletin report After more than four years at the helm, Steve Chavira is no longer the executive director of the Las Cruces Home Builders Association. Chavira confirmed that on Monday, March 21, the organization’s board of directors decided it was time to part ways. “It was pretty straight forward,” Chavira said. “When you work in the nonprofit world, you’re at the will of the board.” He said he did not want to speak about specific reasons ...

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Residents object to power rate increase By Las Cruces Bulletin At its first public meeting on a proposed rate increase, El Paso Electric Co. (EPE) officials took questions from southern New Mexico residents about how it will cost low-electrical users more and why Texas users pay less. The Doña Ana County Commission Chamber was full Wednesday, June 3, for the first of a Great Conversations town hall series on the rate proposal that EPE officials ...

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  Fans storm the Aggie Memorial Stadium field after New Mexico State University’s 22-17 victory over South Alabama Saturday, Dec. 2. The victory earned the Aggies a trip to Tucson to play Utah State in the Novo Home Loans Arizona Bowl Friday, Dec. 29. It’s the Aggies first trip to a bowl game since 1960. For ticket information, call 575-646-1420. Bulletin Photo by Richard Coltharp. Fans storm the Aggie Memorial Stadium field after New Mexico ...

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Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez announced her Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Her office reports the budget will close the current budget deficit caused by the oil and gas crash without raising taxes. At the same time, she reports the proposal protects classroom spending, economic development initiatives, and public safety. “This is a responsible budget that reduces the size of government while at the same time protects the progress we’ve made in diversifying our economy, reforming our education ...

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Bradley mug By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico high school football coaching legend Jim Bradley died Wednesday, Aug. 12 at the age of 82 He roamed the sidelines for decades before he retired at the end of the 2005 season when he won his seventh and final state championship. The New Mexico High School Hall of Fame football coach snared five state championships during two stints at Mayfield High and two at Roswell High, and ...

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