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Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps identify the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a north Nevarez Street house on Black Friday. Crime Stoppers Fire on Nevarez picThose who provide tips through Crime Stoppers do not have to leave their own name and can remain completely anonymous.     About 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 23, Las Cruces firefighters were dispatched to a structure fire at 104 N. Nevarez ...

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WHO DIDN’T STEAL Even the Grinch couldn’t disrupt the 38th annual Toys for Kids Motorcycle Parade Nov. 18 that facilitates toys to children in need over the holidays. The procession gathered at the Mesilla Valley Mall and headed south on Don Roser Drive. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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THE TOP TWO Newly inaugurated NMSU President Dr. John D. Floros, left, and NMSU Chancellor Dr. Dan E. Arvizu share a few words during their inauguration ceremony Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15, in the Corbett Center. See page 3 for the story and more photos. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Mesilla Fire Chief Eric Palma salutes his country and state Sunday morning, Nov. 11, at Parque de Los Veteranos on Avenida de Mesilla during Veterans Day weekend. More Veterans Day photos, pages 4, 26. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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Dave Brown, “Meller’s Chameleon”Dave Brown, “Meller’s Chameleon” Bulletin Report Las Cruces photographer Gerald Guss was named Photographer of the Year at the recent Doña Ana Photography Club’s (DAPC) annual awards presentation. Las Cruces photographer Carl Maier was awarded Photo of the Year with his entry titled “Symmetry.” A total of 16 blue ribbons and 14 red ribbons were awarded during the showcase evening. According to a club press release, Guss “consistently produced high-quality imagery throughout the year in ...

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