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Police arrested a Las Cruces man suspected of brandishing a firearm while intoxicated and inside a local liquor establishment. Juan Amezquita Arrest mug Juan Amezquita, 23, of the 900 block of Laurel Street, is charged with one fourth-degree felony count of unlawfully carrying a firearm in a licensed liquor establishment and a misdemeanor count of carrying a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or narcotics. About 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5, Las Cruces ...

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BULLETIN REPORT Las Cruces police are continuing to investigate Monday evening’s shooting on Athenian Way that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old boy, according to a press release from the Las Cruces Police Department. Shortly before 7 p.m. Monday, April 23, police responded to the report of shots fired on Athenian Way, just south of Foothills Road. Officers then received information that a shooting victim had been transported by private vehicle to the nearby Mountainview Regional Medical Center. The victim, identified as ...

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Jose Rivera, Yvonne Barela and Connie Estrada enjoy a Saturday evening July 22 during the Tequila, Tacos & Cerveza Fest at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The traveling festival highlights Mexican beers, exotic tequilas and street tacos, all folded into contests and live music. For more, see SW Living, page 58. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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Courtesy photo LCU employees Jeanette Morris, Joe Padilla, and Estela Sauceda examine the diagram of the construction changes at the building that will become the new LCU East Mesa Customer Service Center on Bataan Memorial West. By mid-May customers can come by to pay their utility bill or start utility services.Courtesy photoLCU employees Jeanette Morris, Joe Padilla, and Estela Sauceda pore over the diagram of the construction changes at the building that will ...

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County Planner David Cristiani presented at this season’s first Lush and Lean workshop, Thursday, Feb. 23, encouraging residents to make landscaping choices using plants that will thrive in southern New Mexico's arid climate. Courtesy photos.County Planner David Cristiani presented at this season’s first Lush and Lean workshop, Thursday, Feb. 23, encouraging residents to make landscaping choices using plants that will thrive in southern New Mexico’s arid climate. Courtesy photo. Editor’s note: This is the ...

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