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Burrell College attracts a wide variety of students By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine soon opens on the New Mexico State University campus for its first semester. The school’s first class includes 162 students, three of whom took some time to speak to the Las Cruces Bulletin. Larissa Check, 25, is originally from Cameroon, West Africa. She now lives in Germantown, Maryland. She has Bachelor ...

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garden-room-pepper-cafe Bulletin report The Double Eagle in Mesilla has been named the best steak house in New Mexico by www.msn.com. The news and lifestyle website recently listed the best steakhouse in each state and the Buddy Ritter-owned eatery at 2355 Calle De Guadalupe snared the honor for the Land of Enchantment. The website reports: “Margaritas and steak? It’s not a typical dining experience, but at Double Eagle in Mesilla, New Mexico, you won’t want ...

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5a6437421cd0a2f33f857e3ca6ed42dcImage_0.jpg The Hometown Dirtballs team of Xochitl Molina, Jordan Lewis, Valarie Parra, Rhena Phillips and DayAna Cerna wallowed in the mud Aug. 26 during the annual Mudd Volleyball Tournament. For more dirt on the charity event, see page 23. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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barela New Mexico Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela – a graduate of Las Cruces High School – has been named CEO of the Borderplex Alliance, a nonprofit organization that promotes business growth and expansion along the border. Effective Oct. 1, Barbara Brazil, deputy cabinet secretary, will serve as acting cabinet secretary. “Jon has been critical in helping us diversify our economy, and now, in his new position, he will be able to continue building ...

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Are water restrictions New Mexico’s future? By Angela Simental For the Bulletin On May 5, California approved a 25-percent cut on water use in urban areas in an effort to conserve water after four years of intense drought. With these historic water restrictions, could New Mexico face the same future? “Probably. I don’t see this in the next five to 10 years, but it is definitely a look into the future for us,” ...

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