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Program enables some immigrants to earn livings, attend college By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin At a Sept. 29 immigration forum, topics relating to legal immigration into the United States were discussed. Anna Hey, an immigration attorney for Catholic Charities of Southern New Mexico, which put on the immigration forum with the help of City Councilperson Olga Pedroza, gave a presentation on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which was ...

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Bulletin Report On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the state House of Representatives unanimously approved House Joint Memorial 6 requesting the the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) consider educating their providers on the connection between animal abuse and intra-family violence. Rep. Jim Dines (R-Bernalillo) sponsored HJ6, which was proposed based on studies that have identified a link between animal abuse and violence against family members.  Individuals with a history of animal abuse are approximately three times more ...

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Sept. 28 meeting to map future of county’s Jetport A public information workshop and open house to discuss the Jetport Multi-modal Master Plan and Jetport Layout Plan Update Study will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Sept. 28, 2016, at the Doña Ana County International Jetport in Santa Teresa. The documents at the heart of the workshop are the result of an initiative that began in 2015. Completion is anticipated later this year. ...

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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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County sees high local turnout in primary Table set for hotly contested general election By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Turnout for the June 7 primary election in Doña Ana County was 23 percent of total registered voters (30 percent of qualified voters), Chief Deputy County Clerk Scott Krahling said. That compares to 10 percent of registered voters who voted in the 2014 primary and 12 percent who voted in the 2012 primary, ...

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