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Look Who’s Dancing back for a ninth season BULLETIN REPORT The New Mexico State University Dance Program presents the ninth season of Look Who’s Dancing! (LWD), at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Pan American Center, 1810 E. University Ave. on the NMSU campus. The purpose of the event is to promote social dancing in the community as a healthful and enjoyable activity for all ages and all skill levels, and ...

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Lane closures at the intersection of Alameda Boulevard and Amador Avenue began today and will continue for up to five days for telecommunication improvements for Century Link. Access to businesses will be maintained during the construction and motorists wanting to avoid possible delays should seek an alternate route. The lane closures will not affect RoadRUNNER Transit. For more information, call 575/528-3098. The TTY number is 575/541-2182.

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City council hires new city manager BULLETIN REPORT By a unanimous vote on Monday, Oct. 3, the Las Cruces City Council approved the hiring of Stuart Ed as the new Las Cruces city manager. Ed (rhymes with “deed”) was president/ CEO of Goodwill Industries of El Paso until July of this year, according to the City of Las Cruces. Since leaving that position, he has served as a consultant to the El Paso Independent School ...

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Missing Brooklyn Brannan collage Brooklyn Brannan, the 6-year-old girl reported missing Wednesday, has been located with her mother and is said to be in good condition. The girl and her mother were located late Wednesday afternoon in Albuquerque. Detectives are continuing their investigation and no charges have been filed at this time. The Las Cruces Police Department thanks those who shared information on this missing child case. Las Cruces Police had learned that 6-year-old Brooklyn Brannan ...

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Prehistoric Parade Splashpad 1 Bob Diven has created the work of art “Prehistoric Parade” on the splashpad on the new Plaza de Las Cruces downtown. (Photo courtesy of Bob Diven) City council approves Plaza de Las Cruces as name for downtown plaza Plaza de Las Cruces will be the name of the city’s new downtown plaza. The Las Cruces City Council approved the name at its Tuesday, Sept. 6 regular meeting. Mayor Ken Miyagishima and council members suggested ...

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