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NMSU regents vote to reduce staff benefits By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin During a meeting Monday, June 27, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a number of benefit changes that will impact current and future employees. “These changes are in response to the university’s budget situation and many of these have been discussed during our town hall meeting and at our open forums earlier this year,” ...

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Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio won re-election Tuesday, Nov. 8. The Democrat defeated Republican challenger Brad Cates. “I’m very humbled that the voters of Doña Ana County are giving me another four years to do justice,” D’Antonio said. “In addition to aggressively prosecuting violent offenders, we are going to explore alternative forms of prosecution like starting a veterans court.”

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Small MVCS athletics department fights to compete Christophe Chino Las Cruces Bulletin Changes loom for the Mesilla Valley Christian Schools athletics program. Next season — the 2016-17 campaign — the Son Blazers will drop down to a smaller division, from 3A to compete in 2A. In football, the product will even look different as MVCS will field an 8-man squad and play against other 8-man programs. Some MVCS Son Blazers’ ...

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BULLETIN REPORT Red Hawk Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps identify the person or persons who burglarized the pro shop Sunday evening at the Red Hawk Golf Club. Shortly after 9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25, someone broke through the front door of the pro shop at Red Hawk, entered the building and stole several thousand dollars worth of merchandise. The stolen merchandise included clubs and putters from several top manufacturers including Callaway, Cleveland and ...

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KRWG-TV picks up locally made ‘Pláticas’ documentaries Starting this week, KRWG-TV will broadcast a series of televised pláticas, or “talks,” featuring the rich and unique oral histories of some of the Mesilla Valley’s most illustrious residents and produced right here in Las Cruces. Produced by PRC productions in association with the Mesquite Historic Preservation Society – which first began holding these public chats some years ago – “Pláticas” presents the true stories ...

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