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DA files charges against county treasurer after investigation Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio has filed charges against Doña Ana County Treasurer David Gutierrez based on an accusation that Guiterrez offered a woman working in his office $2,000 to have sex with him. The charges were filed after county commissioners asked the district attorney to investigate the treasurer. “After a thorough investigation, I decided there is enough evidence to present this ...

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Water Festival at Young Park Madison, Emma, Josiah and Isaiah (left to right) learn about ditches and canals, and their safety, at the sixth annual Water Festival in Young Park April 13. More than 1,000 students attended the event, learning from experts about such topics as windmills and how they pull water from the ground, erosion and soil stabilization, aquifers, and water resources. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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This article has been updated DAC Sheriff Enrique Vigil addresses an audience member during Feb. 28's town hall meeting. Photo by Billy Huntsman.DAC Sheriff Enrique Vigil addresses an audience member during Feb. 28’s town hall meeting. Photo by Billy Huntsman. By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin The Las Cruces Police Department, New Mexico State University Police, the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office, and the Doña Ana County Commission have all publicly spoken out against Immigration and Customs ...

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Grant fishing By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin An elevator in a three-story house? How decadent. For a bunch of hillbillies from Appalachia in southwestern Pennsylvania, the fact the rented house at Lewes Beach Delaware had an elevator seemed quite fancy. Plus it was invaluable when hauling all the beer my mother bought to the second-floor kitchen. This was a family vacation a long time in the making. In June, eleven relatives ranging in age from six to ...

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aaa Small Nathan Small, Las Cruces City Councillor in District 4, announced that he will be leave the Council in November, after two terms in office. In a statement he realeased, Small pointed to work strengthening neighborhoods and expanding economic opportunity as two of his most important contributions in public service: “During my two terms, our city has made tremendous progress. We have begun putting existing neighborhoods first through projects like Amador Próximo and ...

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