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Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Jamar Cotton handcuffs newlyweds Paul Maxwell and Janis Paul to symbolize their commitment in a lighthearted nod to Valentine’s Day. Third Judicial District Judge Mary Rosner presided over 20 marriages in the rotunda of the Doña Ana County Government Center Feb. 14, during which Cotton and his wife, Barbara, also renewed their vows. “We appreciate Judge Rosner coming here to do this great event for us,” said Doña Ana County Manager ...

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For the Love of Hearts Mountain View Market customer service representative Laurence Flores and his daughter Leona Flores, 2, show off a Valentine’s Day cookie Leona decorated Sunday afternoon, Feb. 11, inside the Mountain View Market café. See page 3 to see Leona in action. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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The City of Las Cruces flag will remain at half-staff at Las Cruces City Hall, 700 N. Main St., until after the funeral of former City Councillor Olga Pedroza on Monday, Feb. 19. Pedroza, 75, died Friday, Feb. 9 after a brief illness.Olga Flag

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Linda Jackson, aka The Chocolate Lady, makes milk, dark and white chocolate strawberries in preparation for Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, Feb. 14. For those contemplating such treats for their paramours, Jackson recommends calling in orders ahead of time at 575-526-2744. Her shop is located on the Mesilla Plaza. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Bulletin report Residents of Doña Ana County voted in favor of school bonds and a mill for the Las Cruces Public School District and the Gadsden Independent School District. In LCPS 5,681 voters out of the 85,821 eligible voted. That is a 6.6 percent turnout which far exceeded the last school bond election held in 2016, which was 3.4 percent. In GISD, 535 voters out of the the 24,359 eligible voted. That is a 2.1 percent turnout. There was not an equivalent election ...

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