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Service through training, access Crossroads Acupuncture offers affordable care and support to providers By Craig Massey For the Las Cruces Bulletin Whether it’s using acupuncture to relieve pain, seek behavioral health solutions or provide a venue to promote artists, Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare is about serving people. Established three years ago by Ryan Bemis, the nonprofit organization does business as Crossroads Acupuncture at its clinic at 130 S. Main Street. Bemis moved to Las Cruces ...

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Football teams honor lost coach By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruce Bulletin All of southern New Mexico honored Coach Roger Grays on Saturday, Dec. 5 in a very real way. The Organ mountains stood strong, ornamented with a lush skirt of green, a testament to the abundant summer rain. The sky was that glorious (exclusively) New Mexican blue, and the Field of Dreams was a cross hatch of emerald and white. The stadium was blanketed ...

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Eric Enriquez, Las Cruces fire chief. Photo by Mike Cook.Eric Enriquez, Las Cruces fire chief. Photo by Mike Cook. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Fire Chief Eric Enriquez has been accepted into the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Fire Service Executive Development Institute, where he will join his peers from throughout the United States and Canada in a year-long leadership development program. Enriquez said the institute is “an opportunity for fire chiefs to ...

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Dance to combat dementia By HARRY GLENN HARRISON For the Bulletin Alzheimer’s disease is running rampant in the U.S., Finland, Uruguay, Iceland and Sweden, as well as other countries of the world. With this in mind, Einstein College of Medicine in New York City did a 21-year study of senior citizens 75 and older to reduce the risk of getting dementia. The study shows the benefits of dancing. It reduces stress and depression, increases energy and ...

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A full-sized replica of Virgin Galactic Spaceship II landed at Las Cruces City Hall April 4 to herald the first Space Fest, a planned annual tribute to the region’s economic and cultural ties to the space industry. The festival concludes Saturday evening, with most events in the Downtown Plaza de Las Cruces area, but Spaceship II is expected to be parked at city hall for up to six months. The entrance to the west and northwest parking ...

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