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Refuse Truck Death pic LCPD Photo Las Cruces Police are investigating the death of a 61-year-old man whose body was found in a city refuse truck the morning of Thursday, July 9. Police were called to an area behind the Lowe’s supermarket, at 1404 Missouri Ave., shortly after 10:30 a.m. There, officers located the man’s body in the garbage truck hopper where solid waste is held for transport to a transfer station. The man appeared ...

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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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Bulletin report Utah Avenue from El Paseo Road to Mesquite Street will be closed to through traffic for approximately 6 months beginning Monday, Dec. 26, for construction operations. Speeding fines will be doubled in the area. The closure will not affect RoadRUNNER Transit. For more information, call 575-528-3098. The TTY number is 575-541-2182.

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Spirit Ranch continues to give more horse therapy By Las Cruces Bulletin A visit for a donation from the Good Samaritan Society – Las Cruces Village Tuesday, June 9, was hopefully the first step for Spirit Ranch to extend its Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) from young people to seniors. Ann Remick-Barlow, a licensed independent social Worker who started Spirit Ranch 12 years ago, said it has been a dream to give older people access to ...

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Dianna-Duran December 16, 2016 Dear New Mexicans, I cannot begin to express how deeply sorry I am for my transgressions and the damage I caused to the public’s trust in public officials. I only hope the people of the state of New Mexico will move forward and someday forgive my actions which were not borne out of greed but rather a result of very tragic personal circumstances which led to some ...

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