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Council approves update in impact fees By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a 6-1 vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved a resolution granting updates to the city’s public safety development impact fees and capital improvement plan. Councillor Ceil Levatino was the sole vote against the resolution. The vote will mean a fee increase for some home owners and some business owners. The fees are “onetime payments used to ...

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Jumping for joy Students from Fairacres Elementary School play on stacked tractor tires Monday, Oct. 19, at the Mesilla Valley Maze, 3855 W. Picacho Ave. The location features a giant corn maze, a pick-a-pumpkin field, hayrides and many other activities. The maze is open until Sunday, Oct. 25. See Page A10 for more photos.

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Old Glory flies high The Las Cruces Garrison Flag reaches out in the breeze on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, at Veterans Memorial Park. Members of the public helped take down and fold the flag. BULLETIN PHOTO BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK

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IMG_1884 Bulletin Report Art Obscura, 3206 Harrelson St., hosted an art show on Feb. 7. The featured art depicted responses to perceived “threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights and immigrant rights.” The proceeds, more than $2,000, said a speaker for Art Obscura, from the art show benefited La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services. The show was completely organized by Art Obscura and La Piñon played no part in the fundraiser, a La Piñon spokesperson said. CONTINUE

NMSU cuts budget by $12.1 million By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers and the school’s board of regents could see the proverbial handwriting on the wall: diminished enrollment and state budget cutbacks meant NMSU would have to tighten its belt. The university unveiled its plan to cut $12.1 million from the fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday, July 13. Among some actions taken, NMSU will:  Completely cut the equestrian program  Close the employee health center  Eliminate the engineering surveying program  Cut three faculty ...

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