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Reduce risks of home fires While the number of home fires occurring in the U.S. each year has fallen by more than 50 percent since 1977, the ratio of people who die in home fires has remained virtually unchanged, based on data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). In 1977, deaths occurred in .8 percent of home fires, and in 2013, that rate was .7 percent. One possible explanation for this discrepancy: home fires now burn hotter ...

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The 355 graduates of Oñate High School celebrate after completing their graduation ceremony Monday, May 18, at the Pan American Center. For more pictures of local high shcool graduations held this week, see pages A12-13. LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY ORLANDO SANTANA

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miguel Former Las Cruces City Councillor and recent mayoral candidate Miguel Silva has died. Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Silva’s opponent in the 2015 election, confirmed Silva died and said he was told it was an “unattended death,” but did not have any more information. The Las Cruces Bulletin will update this story.

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The 355 graduates of Oñate High School celebrate after completing their graduation ceremony Monday, May 18, at the Pan American Center. For more pictures of local high shcool graduations held this week, see pages A12-13. LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY ORLANDO SANTANA

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Mammogram: ‘It can save my life’ By Susie Ouderkirk The Las Cruces Bulletin I got a mammogram – my first ever. I should have done it sooner, I know. A mammogram can save my life. I believe in the procedure in theory, but I won’t lie – I was dreading it. However, Anita Rockett, the marketing director for Memorial Medical Center, suggested I take one for the team and have it done as ...

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