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Bulletin photo by Mike Cook Dr. Dan Arvizu at the Board of Regents meeting May 11 after the announcement he had been selected as NMSU chancellor.Bulletin photo by Mike CookDr. Dan Arvizu at the Board of Regents meeting May 11 after the announcement he had been selected as NMSU chancellor. Also see: NMSU Regents announce performance-based compensation packages for new leadership duo By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Less than two weeks after being hired as ...

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BULLETIN REPORT A late-Monday evening crash on Lohman Avenue has resulted in the death of a pedestrian. Umberto Estupinan, 61, of Las Cruces, was pronounced dead early Tuesday morning at Mountainview Regional Medical Center. About 11:30 p.m. Monday, May 21, Las Cruces police were dispatched to a crash on Lohman Avenue, just east of Solano Drive, between a 1996 Dodge Dakota and a pedestrian. Investigators learned the pedestrian, later identified as Estupinan, was crossing Lohman northbound when he was struck in the center ...

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COURTESY PHOTO Borderlands Ballet Company dancers Daniel Lindsay and Grace Godman, with Allene Barton as the figure overhead. COURTESY PHOTOBorderlands Ballet Company dancers Daniel Lindsay and Grace Godman, with Allene Barton as the figure overhead. Bulletin report Borderlands Ballet Company (BBC), the Academy of Ballet and the Las Cruces School of Dance & Music (LCSDM) will present a new one-act ballet titled “The Persistence of Air: A Steampunk Ballet” at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 27, ...

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Veterans Park pic 1 Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the person or persons responsible for vandalizing the Vietnam War Memorial at Veterans Park. Veterans Park pic 6 On Thursday, May 17, Las Cruces police learned that the Vietnam War Memorial at Veterans Park, 2651 N. Roadrunner Pkwy., was damaged. Four letters on the memorial wall ...

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Missing Oscar Rodriguez pic UPDATE, May 21, 5 p.m.: Oscar Rodriguez, the 13-year-old Las Cruces boy reported missing last week, has been located and returned to his family. BULLETIN REPORT Police are asking for the public’s help locating a 13-year-old Las Cruces boy who was reported missing and has not been seen since Saturday. Oscar Rodriguez lives on the 2200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive but has not been seen since Saturday, May 12. Rodriguez ...

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