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Medicare’s website rates your local hospital care By BOB MOOS Southwest regional public affairs officer for the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Have you wondered how your area hospitals stack up in terms of the quality of care they provide? Emergencies obviously call for rushing to the nearest hospital. But when you have time to plan, it is worth doing some research and finding out which hospitals do the best job of ...

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Council to continue managing theater By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, June 20, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to continue its agreement with the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) to manage the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). The resolution approved by the council allocates $120,000 to DAAC for the third year of its five-year agreement with the city, which began in June 2014. Mayor Ken Miyagishima ...

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By Gabrielle Rochelle For the Bulletin My mother lived to be almost 96, in fairly good shape until the last four years when a minor stroke laid her low. We closed her apartment, knowing that she would not be able to live alone anymore. She had outlived my father by 35 years and had occupied the same second-floor walk-up apartment in Philadelphia most of those years. We distributed her possessions among us and gave the key back to the landlord, an old ...

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White_Sands_Missile_Range_logo Bulletin Report More active duty soldiers are heading to White Sands Missile Range. The 143-soldier Air Defense Artillery Test Detachment will support Army Missile Defense programs to, as U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich reports, “ensure the best equipment is in the hands of soldiers deployed around the world. “White Sands Missile Range is a national treasure for the U.S. military with its unique terrain, airspace and expertise that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the country,” ...

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DSC_0657 The annual Electric Light Parade commemorating Independence Day was rerouted this year due to downtown street construction. Following the Electric 5K and Mile Run on July 3, participants gathered at Apodaca Park before heading down Madrid Avenue, then on to Solano and Hadley avenues. DSC_0633 DSC_0659 DSC_0663 DSC_0672 CONTINUE
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