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Cover Hubert Gay, center, receives a Bronze Star, a Medal and Combat Infantryman Badge on behalf of his late father George H. Gay from U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, with his wife Leona Gay at his side, May 25 at Veterans Memorial Park. Rep. Private First Class Gay was awarded for “meritorious service in active ground combat against the enemy” during World War II on Jan. 22, 1944, while serving with Company A 1st ...

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Courtesy photo If you see a pet inside a locked car, immediately call 911.Courtesy photoIf you see a pet inside a locked car, immediately call 911. Bulletin Report Daytime temperatures are predicted to reach the triple digits Friday, June 1 (102 degrees), and remain above 100 for up to six consecutive days, through June 6. Even with a little “cooling,” temperatures are expected to top out in the high 90s for the foreseeable future. Welcome to ...

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RoadRUNNER Transit/Mesilla Valley MPO Bicycle Repair Station installed BikeStationMVITTBikeStationMVITT The Mesilla Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MVMPO) and RoadRUNNER Transit have partnered to bring bike commuters an easy fix to their bike repairs. The MVMPO purchased and has installed a bike repair station at the Mesilla Valley Intermodal Transfer Terminal (MVITT) as part of a MVMPO demonstration project. The bike repair station includes the tools necessary to make basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a ...

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Hundreds of people from various nations officially became U.S. citizens Friday morning, May 18, during a naturalization ceremony at Las Cruces Convention Center. Among those completing the process and taking the pledge is Manny Viezcos from Mexico. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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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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