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Aggie’s not quite tough enough to beat GA Southern By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University football players were tough enough to wear pink, but they weren’t quite tough enough to beat a reeling Georgia Southern squad at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 22. Following the halftime unveiling of a 40-yard-wide billowing pink ribbon and bow dedicated to cancer research and commemorating Tough Enough to Wear Pink’s 10th ...

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Celebrate good times Confetti rains down on Oñate High School Valedictorian Rachel Steiner, left, Salutatorian Yves Wienecke and the members of Class 2016 during the school’s graduation ceremony, Saturday, May 21, at the Pan American Center. See more graduation photos Pages 18, 19, 22 and 23. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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stan By Christophe Chino and Susie Ouderkirk Will the school buses roll Friday morning? Even if not, school will still be in session. The contract between the union for school bus drivers and the company they work for is set to expire Thursday evening, March 31. That means the company that picks up and drops off students for Las Cruces Public Schools could have no drivers on hand Friday, April 1. Las Cruces Public Schools Superintendent ...

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Satellite teleport, data center to create tech jobs By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin After establishing itself as a wireless satellite network in rural communities around the globe, X2nSat is focusing on serving the rural Southwest from its future facility on the West Mesa. Gov. Susana Martinez announced Oct. 14 in a ceremony at the Plaza de Las Cruces that X2n-Sat would bring 45 new, high-paying data and analysis jobs to Las Cruces. ...

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Bulletin report            Following two community meetings at which various topics were discussed, District 5 Doña Ana County Commissioner John L. Vasquez is teaming up with some of Doña Ana County’s legislative delegation to ask county residents to assist in renaming the roadway connecting Garfield, New Mexico to the City of Sunland Park, according to a press release. The series of roads in question includes N.M. 187 between Garfield and Hatch, as well as N.M. 185 between Hatch ...

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