Doña Ana County Clerk Scott A. Krahling has announced the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office and the Bureau of Elections will be closed all day Wednesday, June 14, to allow staff to participate in offsite training related to professional development and strategic planning. The offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Thursday, June 15. Krahling said frequent visitors to the Clerk’s Office are being notified of the closure in advance to minimize inconvenience. “The staff will ... CONTINUE
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A big night for local Democrats Joanne Ferrary talks with Kristin and Gilbert Dovalina on election night, Nov. 8, at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces where she and other Democrat candidates gathered to await election returns. While Ferrary beat incumbent Terry McMillan on the third try to win the seat in the New Mexico House of Representatives for District 37, and the Doña Ana County Democrats did very well in local elections — both Jeff Steinborn and Nathan Small ... CONTINUE
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Chile farmers brace for rain By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin The monsoon giveth and the monsoon taketh. Sure, rain can be good for growing crops, but about a month into the green chile harvesting season, the agriculture community is concerned the so-far-mild rainy season will soon make the lives of farmers more difficult. “Knock on wood, things are going good, but (there could be) a big storm coming in,” ... CONTINUE
Northrise Drive will have shoulder work west of the Sonoma Ranch Boulevard intersection from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug, 11, 12 and 15 while El Paso Electric undertakes improvements. Access to businesses will be maintained. For more information, call (575)528-3098. The TTY number is (575) 541-2182. CONTINUE
Patsy Ramierz, NMSU freshman majoring in accounting, contributes to the Goals, Hopes and Dreams board on the campus’s International Mall Aug. 16, the fall semester’s first day of class. The board is sponsored by Aggies for Christ. For more back-to-school scenes, see page 28. Bulletin Photo by Steve MacIntyre CONTINUE