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Legislators wrap up ‘grueling’ session By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin The agreement is the money ran out and New Mexico needs to find sources of revenue not tied up in the oil and gas industry. But that is about all the parties could agree on during the 2016 legislative session this go around. Rep. Doreen Gallegos (D-Doña Ana-52) described the session as “grueling.” “When we got there, we thought we had ...

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THEIR RIGHTFUL PLACE The La Entrada city monument, which hadn’t been on public view for more than a decade, was restored to Albert Johnson Park in December. The statue of Albert Johnson, foreground, for whom the park is named, has also been returned to its rightful place after its removal in 2017 to prevent any damage during La Entrada’s reconstruction. Johnson was mayor of Las Cruces from 1986-90, and was the first black mayor in New Mexico, according ...

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Bulletin report Road work will be conducted on El Paseo Road at the Farney Lane intersection for the next three weeks. Lane closures, shoulder and median work and sidewalk closures are possible. Local access will be maintained. For more information, call 528-3098. The TTY number is 541-2182.

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Stuart Ed By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a unanimous vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved the hiring of Stuart Ed as the new Las Cruces city manager. The vote came during a council meeting on Monday afternoon, Oct. 3. Ed was president/CEO of Goodwill Industries of El Paso until July of this year, according to the City of Las Cruces. Since leaving that position, he has served as a consultant to the El Paso ...

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Bulletin Report The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley, 3551 Bataan Memorial W., will offer free spaying and neutering, rabies vaccination, microchipping and licensing of 40 companion and feral cats on all starting at 6 a.m. until all the slots are filled Feb. 28. Spaying and neutering is 100-percent effective method of birth control for cats and dogs, saving the lives of animals that might otherwise be put down in a shelter or killed on the street. Doña Ana County has one of the highest intakes ...

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