Bulletin Report Las Cruces Utilities (LCU), which provides gas, water, wastewater, and solid waste services to the Las Cruces area, is advising that an unknown person, or persons, is calling customers to schedule appointments for home water inspections. Those making the calls are not associated with LCU. “Be aware that Las Cruces Utilities does not call customers to schedule appointments or inspections on customers’ premises, but we do respond to emergency utility calls,” ... CONTINUE
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County parties primed to fight Groups begin push for candidates By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “All politics is local,” former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill once said, and officials of both the Doña Ana County Republican and Democratic parties know it. Republican Donald Trump and Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders may be getting most of the headlines, but once the New Mexico June 7 primary election is over, it will be ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report The New Mexico state senate races in Doña Ana County were all carried by Democrats. Jeff Steinborn, who decided to not run for re-election for his state house District 36 seat so he could seek a place in the senate, defeated incumbent Lee Cotter for the right to represent District 36. “It feels good to win the election so that now we can move on and make good policy for the state,” Steinborn said. “Now, we can hopefully put the politics ... CONTINUE
Effective Wednesday, Aug. 3, Rick Jackson of American Documents Services will assume the role as Board Chair of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce. Jackson, the Chamber’s Chair Elect for 2017, will replace current Board Chair Russell Allen and serve until December 2017. Jackson is President/CEO of American Document Services, a company he started in 2001. In 2015 he was selected as the Business Person of the Year for the state of New Mexico by the Small Business Association and ... CONTINUE
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