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Unity Fest kicks off LCCT’s 53rd season By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin It’s been a big couple years for love and marriage in the Mesilla Valley. In August 2013, Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins and his office began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, drawing national media attention to Las Cruces and furthering the push for marriage equality in the United States – even NPR picked up the story in a ...

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DA files charges against county treasurer after investigation Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio has filed charges against Doña Ana County Treasurer David Gutierrez based on an accusation that Guiterrez offered a woman working in his office $2,000 to have sex with him. The charges were filed after county commissioners asked the district attorney to investigate the treasurer. “After a thorough investigation, I decided there is enough evidence to present this ...

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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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Bulletin Report On Feb. 22, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) endorsed Senate Bill 315, which, if passed, will make sharing emergency medical services (EMS) easier in New Mexico and other states. Sponsored by Sen. Sander Rue (R-Bernalillo), the bill was introduced in the New Mexico Legislature earlier this month. It would allow New Mexico to join the Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate CompAct (REPLICA) to create common licensing standards and qualifications for EMS personnel and allow them to practice across ...

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City reports $4.2 million surplus By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Revenue for the City of Las Cruces is about $2.2 million more than expected through the second quarter of the FY 2015-16 budget, and city spending is about $2 million less than expected, city Budget Manager Robert Coleman said Tuesday, Feb. 16, during a regular meeting of the City Council. That means the city has about $4.2 million more in its current ...

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