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The Las Cruces Municipal Court building, 135 E. Griggs Ave., had its cornerstone laid in 1917 and is on the state register of cultural properties. (Bulletin photo by Mike Cook)The Las Cruces Municipal Court building, 135 E. Griggs Ave., had its cornerstone laid in 1917 and is on the state register of cultural properties. (Bulletin photos by Mike Cook)The historic building that some long-time residents still refer to it as “the old post ...

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The Las Cruces International Film Festival revealed its official poster Friday, Jan. 25, at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science. The museum, filled with party guests, provided a dramatic backdrop for the event. LCIFF Executive Director Ross Marks spoke prior to the unveiling, explaining that each year festival organizers work to identify a local artist to create a collectible poster. Christina Ballew is the first woman in the festival’s four-year run to design the poster. “She has created what I believe ...

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As he begins his ninth month as chief executive of New Mexico State University, the complexity of the job is “what has impacted me the most,” said new Chancellor Dr. Dan Arvizu. There have been some rough spots since he took the helm last June 1, Arvizu said, but “I’ve quit asking myself, ‘What were you thinking?’” Serving as chancellor requires “a number of different skills,” he said, including being a people manager, relationship builder, politician, diplomat and technical expert. ...

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From left: Special Olympian Andrew Kegel, LCPD Community Liaison Officer Aaron Glymph, Codes Enforcement Officer Steven Chavez, Special Olympian Tyler Tracy, LCPD Lt. Joy Mickendrow and Codes Enforcement Officer Mary Telles share some laughs during the Tip-a-Cop fundraiser at ¡Ándele! Restaurante Jan. 25 to raise funds for New Mexico Special Olympics.

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The Las Cruces Police Department is now accepting applications for Police Service Aides — a new non-commissioned position intended to handle low-priority and non-hazardous calls for service. LCPD hopes to fill three full-time and three part-time positions which will help direct traffic, take misdemeanor reports that have no suspect information, perform routine patrols, conduct non-injury crash investigations, assist commissioned officers and perform other community outreach in support of the Las Cruces Police Department. “We’re excited to move forward with this new program ...

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