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Bulletin report Las Cruces Public Schools will name a new permanent superintendent on Thursday, Nov. 3, interim Superintendent Steven Sanchez said a joint meeting between the LCPS Board of Education and the Las Cruces City Council. The announcement will be at 4 p.m. in the board room of the LCPS administration building, 505 S. Main St., Suite 249, Loretto Towne Centre, Sanchez said. The three finalists for the position are Dr. Gregory Ewing of Marietta, Georgia; Dr. Gregory Rodriguez of Huntsville, Texas; and ...

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rio grande April 14 Dear Mayor and City Councilors, Much has been said about the future management of the Rio Grande Theatre, both privately and publicly. The Doña Ana Arts Council would like to respond so our constituency is fully aware of our position. In reviewing the events as they have unfolded since Dec. 12, 2016, the Doña Ana Arts Council Board of Directors held a special meeting and unanimously decided that it is in the ...

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School district’s CFO retires Aug. 30 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Public Schools Chief Financial Officer Terry Dean isn’t so much retiring at the end of August as he is shifting gears. After more than 15 years with the school district, Dean, 55, will officially hang up his calculator, so to speak, on Tuesday, Aug. 30. But, after taking about a month off to go elk hunting, he will ...

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Local naturopath specializes in alternative medicines Non-psychoactive cannabis is high on her list This is the first of a two-part series. The second part will run Friday, Oct. 14. By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin Hilda Luz Chavez, ND, is a third generation healer and curandera. Her work in the Las Cruces community is all about educating and awakening the interest of the younger generations to herbal medicine and supporting the older generations with remedies they ...

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NMSU geology students take road trip to map state By Dana Beasley For the Las Cruces Bulletin Every other year, a group of 15 to 20 New Mexico State University geology undergraduates embark on a three-week expedition through time and space — geologically speaking, that is. To satisfy degree requirements, these students, mostly seniors, are given the opportunity to put their years of classroom education to use as they travel all over ...

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