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Union support National Education Association-Las Cruces members held a rally in front of the Las Cruces Public Schools administration building Tuesday, Feb. 16 in support of the LCPS board of education. The board received a letter Jan. 26 from New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera that was critical of the board because of complaints. The teachers’ union, though, wanted to support the board. “For the first time in years, we have an actively supportive school board ...

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Bulletin report The Las Cruces Police Department wants to warn residents – particularly women – about a pair of suspicious men who claim to be soliciting perfume in commercial parking lots. According to a complaint received by LCPD, two men have approached women at gas stations, and possibly in commercial parking lots, asking if they are interested in sampling and purchasing perfumes. When the women were given the opportunity to smell the perfume, they became dizzy and felt faint. Police also learned that ...

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CMF 2017 Crowd 4 Road closures associated with this year’s Las Cruces Country Music Festival begin at 7 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 18. Hadley Avenue from N. Hermosa Street to N. Walnut Street will be closed to through traffic until midnight on Sunday, Oct. 21. N. Hermosa will be used as a detour from 7 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 until 2 p.m. Friday, Oct.19. At 2 p.m., Friday, Oct.19, Hadley from N. Walnut to Solano Avenue ...

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The following lane reductions will be in effect for the LED street lighting conversion project: • Monday, Nov. 14, West Amador Avenue from Motel Boulevard to Melendres Street. • Tuesday, Nov. 15, East Lohman Avenue from Telshor Boulevard to Sonoma Ranch Boulevard. • Wednesday, Nov. 16, East Lohman Avenue from South Walnut Street to Telshor Boulevard and South Telshor Boulevard from East Lohman Avenue to Missouri Avenue. • Monday, Nov. 21, Dunn Road from US 70 to Aldrich Road, Village Drive from Porter ...

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Also see: ‘No shortage of ideas': Arvizu already at work as NMSU’s new chancellor By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University (NMSU) Board of Regents finalized performance-based relationship with its incoming chancellor and president, offering its new leadership team nationally competitive base salaries, with expectations and self-funding incentives for increased student enrollment and retention, research revenue and alumni giving. NMSU Regents selected Dr. Dan Arvizu and Dr. John Floros to lead the university following a competitive national search. “We ...

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