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Bulletin Report After consulting with experts at Southwest Hazard Control and Sun City Analytical, Las Cruces Public Schools has decided to relocate students who attend Columbia Elementary School to address issues with mold and air quality, according to a press release from the district. On Thursday, students who attend Columbia Elementary were relocated to Vista Middle School, 4465 Elks Drive, after lunch for the remainder the day. Normal bus routes will operate for students who ride the bus. Parents who pick up ...

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Bulletin report Fourteen people have applied to fill the vacancy left by Doña Ana County Clerk Scott A. Krahling’s resignation, which takes effect Friday, Sept. 7, according a press release from the county. The deadline to apply was Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 5 p.m. The applicants are: • Amanda Lopez Askin • Shirley Baca • Lindsey Bachman • Dolores Connor • Cheryl De Young • Ronald James Fitzherbert • Juan Antonio Fuentes • Bealquin Bill Gomez • Kelly O’Connell • Eugenia ‘Gina’ Montoya Ortega • Paul Ponce • Jacob Portillo • Maria E. Rodriguez • Merrie Lee ...

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Aggie Spirit NMSU cheerleaders Marissa Gallegos, Harmony Cannedy and Ashley Kulek participate in a coupon giveaway at Aggie Memorial Stadium during the school’s football opener Aug. 25 against Wyoming. On a night of high hopes the party didn’t last. See page 46 for Marty Racine’s perspective. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE Britany Mixer and Betsy Hoxworth from local company Fresh Chile Co. hand out samples of their medium and hot chile sauces on tortilla chips with cream cheese Saturday morning, June 30, during Toucan Market’s 13th anniversary day. Toucan’s carries a number of local products and vendors also participated in a customer appreciation day.BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYREBritany Mixer and Betsy Hoxworth from local company Fresh Chile Co. hand ...

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  Dwayne Grandison Arrest mugPolice arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of shoplifting more than $900 worth of merchandise from the Sears department store on Monday. Dwayne Grandison, 35, of the 1000 block of Hatfield Road, is charged with a fourth-degree felony count of shoplifting. It was also discovered  he had nine Municipal Court warrants for failing to pay fines. On the afternoon of Monday, Aug. 27, Las Cruces police were dispatched to the report ...

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