Bulletin report Sitel, which employs about 400 workers in Las Cruces, informed Mayor Ken Miyagishima on Thursday, Jan. 5 that the facility will close for good in March. Miyagishima said the company informed him via fax on Thursday about the decision and that he has sense spoken to John Muñoz, site director for the Las Cruces facility. The mayor said he was informed employees will being to be let go in early March and the final closing date is set for March ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin photo by Mike Cook Spirit Winds owner Richard Parra works in the store he has now put up for sale. By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin It would be hard to imagine Las Cruces without Spirit Winds Gift Source and Coffee Bar. It’s been a local icon for more than three decades and a fixture on south Locust Street for more than 20 years. “People like coming in here,” said owner-operator Richard Parra, a native ... CONTINUE
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Former Las Cruces City Councillor and recent mayoral candidate Miguel Silva has died. Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Silva’s opponent in the 2015 election, confirmed Silva died and said he was told it was an “unattended death,” but did not have any more information. The Las Cruces Bulletin will update this story. CONTINUE
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Mert Erim’s dream is to become an American citizen. The 21-year-old Turkish national is attending New Mexico State University on a student visa, which means he cannot receive financial aid or other benefits, and his work hours are limited. His family members back home has already helped him out financially as much as they can. Erim is trying to raise enough money to pay for another year and a-half at ... CONTINUE