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First step on a 500-mile journey State Rep. Jeff Steinborn holds up the Rio Grande Trail sign for 4.5 miles of the La Llorona River Park Trail at 3440 W. Picacho Ave., that was designated as part of the statewide Rio Grande Trail, Thursday, Oct. 20. Gov. Susana Martinez (below) speaks during the ceremony. The Rio Grande Trail is “another opportunity to showcase the best that New Mexico has to offer,” Martinez said. The ...

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Today, Friday, April 7, westbound Three Crosses Avenue is closed between Main Street and Spitz Avenue. Southbound Spitz will have a lane closure between Three Crosses and Main and Three Crosses will have a flagman operation. El Paso Electric will be installing infrastructure improvements at that location in advance of the NMDOT Main St.\Three Crosses Project. The road closure may affect RoadRUNNER Transit route 1. Motorists wanting to avoid possible delays should seek an alternate route. For more information, call 575-528-3098. ...

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Tourism dollars can boost state By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The drop in gasoline prices isn’t all bad news for New Mexico’s economy. Sure, it hurts the oil and gas industry, but it’s good for tourism. Lower prices at the pump mean families may have up to $1,000 extra to spend, and “that’s great for tourism,” said New Mexico Department of Tourism Secretary Rebecca Latham during a visit to Las Cruces on Friday, Nov. ...

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Aggie’s not quite tough enough to beat GA Southern By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University football players were tough enough to wear pink, but they weren’t quite tough enough to beat a reeling Georgia Southern squad at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 22. Following the halftime unveiling of a 40-yard-wide billowing pink ribbon and bow dedicated to cancer research and commemorating Tough Enough to Wear Pink’s 10th ...

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Bulletin report Two landscape workers who were clearing weeds in the 4500 block of Picacho near Fairacres Road discovered what they reported as “human remains” Monday morning, Oct. 10, west of Las Cruces. Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies responded at approximately 11:30 a.m. Detectives on scene described the remains as “severely decomposed” and said they appeared to be wrapped in a tarp. It appears the remains were dumped there, although detectives don’t have any information as to how long they were in ...

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