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Las Cruces Community Theatre needs help to save its home Bulletin report One of the most beloved staples of Las Cruces is its vibrant and impressive community theater, which is housed in the old State Theatre at 313 N. Main on the Downtown Mall. But recently the owners of the building informed the theater board of directors of their intent to sell the property. The Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) has called the location ...

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Bulletin report At first blush, it appeared Monday, Sept. 19, the Las Cruces City Council had, in a closed meeting, settled on a new city manager to replace Robert Garza, who retired in May. Udell Vigil, the city’s communications director, sent out a press release Monday stating the council selected Stuart Ed of El Paso as the new city manager. The release included a quote from Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima that stated: “The City Council and I are very pleased and confident ...

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Medicare’s website rates your local hospital care By BOB MOOS Southwest regional public affairs officer for the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Have you wondered how your area hospitals stack up in terms of the quality of care they provide? Emergencies obviously call for rushing to the nearest hospital. But when you have time to plan, it is worth doing some research and finding out which hospitals do the best job of ...

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Photo courtesy Bob Diven A typical evening in the Sycamore home.  Brandon Brown as Paul Sycamore, David Edwards as Grandpa, and Autumn Gieb as Essie Sycamore.A typical evening in the Sycamore home. Brandon Brown as Paul Sycamore, David Edwards as Grandpa, and Autumn Gieb as Essie Sycamore. (Photo by Bob Diven) By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “If you go see “You Can’t Take It With You” at Las Cruces Community Theatre – and you ...

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The Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office has determined that a Las Cruces police officer’s actions were justified in the Feb. 17 shooting of 23-year-old Nathaniel Montoya. In a letter dated May 3, 2018, District Attorney Mark D’Antonio stated, “After an extensive review of this case we have concluded that the shooting by Officer Joseph Campa was justified under New Mexico law. This office will not be taking any action against this officer.” Campa, a seven-year veteran of the Las Cruces Police Department, ...

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