Bulletin Report Las Cruces Utilities (LCU), which provides gas, water, wastewater, and solid waste services to the Las Cruces area, is advising that an unknown person, or persons, is calling customers to schedule appointments for home water inspections. Those making the calls are not associated with LCU. “Be aware that Las Cruces Utilities does not call customers to schedule appointments or inspections on customers’ premises, but we do respond to emergency utility calls,” ... CONTINUE
LCHS QB ready for senior campaign By Krysta Quinonez Las Cruces Bulletin Kameron Miller, senior quarterback at Las Cruces High School and son of head coach Jim Miller, is ready to enjoy his last season with the Bulldawgs. “I love being a ‘Dawg and I love my team,” he said. “The coaching staff is great and everyone gets along. We’re all brothers. We’re one heartbeat.” The Bulldawgs, who finished 6-6 last year ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin Report Las Cruces Utilities will conduct fire hydrant preventative maintenance in preparation to place Well 61, located at 2365 Sambrano Ave., into service. These activities will be performed beginning at 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, and 10 p.m. Thursday, March 16. These actions could create discolored water for residents and businesses along Triviz Drive from Griggs Avenue to Missouri Avenue and on Nevada Avenue from Triviz to Lees Drive, due to naturally occurring iron and manganese in the water. Although the ... CONTINUE
Cool things to do this summer Bulletin report When the heat ramps up in Las Cruces, stay cool and comfortable indoors. Here’s a variety of activities that won’t have you sweating during the month of July. Allen Theaters Hump Day movies Get in out of the bright sunlight and heat at the Allen Theatres Wednesday Humpday movies, which play at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Cineport 10, 700 S. Telshor. All tickets are $5.50 ... CONTINUE
By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin City Manager Stuart Ed initiated the Economic Development Department. Courtesy photo. “Our recruitment for the position was very successful,” City Manager Stuart Ed said about the hiring of a director for the city’s newly expanded Economic Development Department (EDD). “I’m pleased to report to you that all of the finalists are local,” he said. “The successful candidate will know our community, ... CONTINUE