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Self-Defense for Women course at DACC Community Education A girl’s and women’s self-defense program to teach easy and practical techniques will take place three times this fall, starting Saturday, Oct 8. Women will learn additional skills that include awareness of surroundings, area, drawing attention, etc. The objectives of the course are to enhance one’s instincts as a first line of defense and the practice of easy and retainable techniques. Age 15 and ...

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Proper copper topper popper Crews work Wednesday, June 22, to replace the copper roof on St. Paul’s Methodist Church at Alameda Boulevard and Griggs Avenue. Years of wear and tear and recent hail finally did the roof in. Church staff assures the new one will retain the trademark copper top. The church, established in 1912, built at this location in 1965 and added the copper roof in 1993. LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY RICHARD COLTHARP ...

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Bulletin report As of Friday, Dec. 18, the Sonoma Ranch Golf Course at 1274 Golf Club Road, and the Las Cruces Country Club will part ways. “We are 100-percent public as of (Dec. 18),” said Robert Pounds, with Sonoma Ranch. “They’re (country club) not associated as of (Dec. 18).” Pounds said the golf course would close at noon on Thursday, Dec. 17 for inventory and then reopen Friday with normal hours. The Sunset Grill will not be affected, though it will close early on ...

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Bulletin Report On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the state House of Representatives passed two bills that aim to ensure New Mexico attracts and retains good teachers. The bills–HB 124 and 163–seek to do this by improving teacher evaluations and recognizing teacher skill and competency. Rep. Debra Sariñana (D-Albuquerque) sponsored HB 163, to make teacher evaluations more fair by ensuring a teacher’s evaluation is not disproportionately affected by students who have too many absences. The second bill, introduced by Rep. Sheryl Williams Stapleton (D-Albuquerque), provides a ...

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BISHOP-DESIGNATE OSCAR CANTU Bulletin report Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Oscar Cantú as the Coadjutor Bishop of San Jose, California, according to a press release from Diocese of Las Cruces. Cantú will succeed the present bishop of San Jose, Most Reverend Patrick McGrath, upon his retirement. A Mass of Welcome is scheduled for Bishop Cantú on Friday, Sept. 28, in San Jose. Bishop Cantú remains the bishop of Las Cruces until that date. “From my ...

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