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‘Fear not’ BULLETIN PHOTO BY POLO ORTA Hours after two explosive devices were detonated at Calvary Baptist Church and Holy Cross Catholic Church in Las Cruces, members of Las Cruces clergy, including Rev. José Martin Alcántar, Parochial Vicar at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Rev. Jared Carson of Peace Lutheran Church, left, Monsignor John Anderson of Holy Cross, and Fr. Jim Lehman of Holy Family American National Catholic Church, join in prayer with members of the Las Cruces community ...

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A full-sized replica of Virgin Galactic Spaceship II landed at Las Cruces City Hall April 4 to herald the first Space Fest, a planned annual tribute to the region’s economic and cultural ties to the space industry. The festival concludes Saturday evening, with most events in the Downtown Plaza de Las Cruces area, but Spaceship II is expected to be parked at city hall for up to six months. The entrance to the west and northwest parking ...

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Las Cruces Police have arrested the man suspected in Saturday morning’s shooting death of 21-year-old Benjamin Montoya. Joel Arciniega-Saenz, 21, of 2205 W. Picacho Ave., is charged with an open count of murder. At about 6 a.m. Saturday, April 22, police were dispatched to the report of a shooting at 2205 W. Picacho Ave. Officers arrived to find Montoya suffering from at least one gunshot wound to his chest. Montoya was transported to a local hospital but was pronounced dead shortly after ...

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By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Courtesy photo.Courtesy photo. Jack Nixon estimates he has called about 1,500 New Mexico State University Aggie basketball and football games – with a few baseball, softball and volleyball games thrown in – over the past four decades. Nixon, who turns 67 in March, has been the Voice of the Aggies for 37 of the past 41 years, giving Aggie Radio Network listeners a courtside or stadium seat at regular and post-season ...

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VanVeen challenges Smith for seat By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces City Councillor and Mayor Pro-Tem Greg Smith admits some supporters encouraged him to run for mayor in the upcoming Las Cruces municipal election. Smith, though, wants to return as the representative for District 2. He faces a re-election campaign against Las Cruces businessman Philip VanVeen. District 2 encompasses an area north of New Mexico State University to ...

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