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County Planner David Cristiani presented at this season’s first Lush and Lean workshop, Thursday, Feb. 23, encouraging residents to make landscaping choices using plants that will thrive in southern New Mexico's arid climate. Courtesy photos.County Planner David Cristiani presented at this season’s first Lush and Lean workshop, Thursday, Feb. 23, encouraging residents to make landscaping choices using plants that will thrive in southern New Mexico’s arid climate. Courtesy photo. Editor’s note: This is the ...

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Mark-Lopez_Football Bulletin report Mark Lopez, 41, an assistant football coach for the last 18 years at Las Cruces High School, has been selected as the school’s new head football coach. LCPS Athletics Director Ernest Viramontes said Lopez will replace Bulldawg Coach Jim Miller who is retiring at the end of this school year from Las Cruces High School. “I think the way I look at, I was really lucky to work with (Miller),” Lopez ...

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Johnson  010 Bulletin report Jill Johnson has had an up-and-down experience with the Doña Ana County Treasurer’s Office, and now she hopes to be elected to the top position there. Johnson, a former chief deputy treasurer, announced Wednesday, Jan. 20, that she will seek the office of Doña Ana County Treasurer this year. The current treasure is her former boss, David Gutierrez. Johnson, a Republican, started working for Doña Ana County in 2006 as the organization’s ...

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Bulletin report El Paso Electric reports it is currently monitoring energy consumption during the high temperatures and sustained triple-digit temperature days. Mary Kipp, El Paso Electric CEO, said the utility company has not plans to interrupt service. But be prepared in case the situation changes. “In the event we were to lose a generating unit or transmission line during system peak, we may need to conduct managed outages in order to maintain the stability of our local electric grid,” Kipp said in ...

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Missing Post False Information pic Bulletin report Las Cruces Police are asking residents to be wary of a possible scam or phishing attempt that’s circulating through social media and is disguised as a missing person post. The post circulating Facebook is of a “missing Las Cruces girl” which includes a picture of a smiling young girl. The photo caption leads readers to believe the girl, identified in the link as “Kitty Collins,” was reported missing ...

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