Bulletin photo by Mike ScanlonJohn Garcia, district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s New Mexico District Office, addresses ... CONTINUE
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BULLETIN REPORT City of Las Cruces officials are warning residents to be wary of fraudulent telephone calls and text messages claiming to be from City government. At least two residents have received fake calls, which appeared on their caller ID devices, while others have reportedly been sent text messages. When the calls were answered, the residents were told of outstanding credit card debt of a family member, and they were directed to send money. The bogus text messages referred people to false ... CONTINUE
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Courtesy photoLCU employees Jeanette Morris, Joe Padilla, and Estela Sauceda pore over the diagram of the construction changes at the building that will ... CONTINUE
Beloved Las Cruces icon Johnny Flores was feted on his 90th birthday Sunday, April 15, at Plaza de Las Cruces. Flores, a longtime street musician/guitarist at the Saturday farmers market, brings mariachi music to the Mesilla Valley in all its joyous and rueful forms – corridos, polkas, boleros and cumbias. Several years ago, the community pitched in to repair his crumbling home. Most recently, Flores has been battling cancer. Photos by Steve MacIntyre CONTINUE
BULLETIN REPORT UPDATED: Three of five suspects arrested in Friday incident The second woman suspected in Friday’s robbery and auto theft on Telshor Boulevard was arrested Tuesday afternoon. Ashley Silva, 24, whose last known address was on the 800 block of 2nd Street, is charged with two counts of conspiracy. Silva joins Quiant Kelley, 23, and 19-year-old Brittnie Aldon-Pitts as suspects arrested in the April 13 incident. Kelley is charged ... CONTINUE