ePopulate

ePopulate


Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez announced her Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Her office reports the budget will close the current budget deficit caused by the oil and gas crash without raising taxes. At the same time, she reports the proposal protects classroom spending, economic development initiatives, and public safety. “This is a responsible budget that reduces the size of government while at the same time protects the progress we’ve made in diversifying our economy, reforming our education ...

CONTINUE


Cruces Realtors enjoy a television ‘cherry on top’ Bulletin report Ashley Babbey Magill and her mother, Divelia “D.I.” Babbey, both associate brokers with Exit Realty, recently had their proverbial 15 minutes of fame and helped hook up a first time home owner with a house. The Learning Channel (TLC) contacted Babbey-Magill to say they were coming to Las Cruces to film an episode of the series “My First Home” and were looking online for ...

CONTINUE
More articles below the Social Marketplace...

undersheriff Doña Ana County Sheriff Enrique “Kiki” Vigil officially named Detective Ken Roberts as his undersheriff during a wearing-in ceremony Monday, Aug.1. Roberts becomes second in command of the agency that currently has 142 commissioned law enforcement officers. He has been with the department since 2008.

CONTINUE


Ag women still unbeaten in WAC play Bulletin report As far as games of King – or rather Queen – of the Hill are concerned, this one has been a wash. So far no one in the Western Athletics Conference has been able to knock the New Mexico State University’s women’s basketball team from its perch. The defending WAC champions improved to 6-0 in the league with an 86-63 victory against Cal-State Fullerton ...

CONTINUE

NMSU cuts budget by $12.1 million By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico State University Chancellor Garrey Carruthers and the school’s board of regents could see the proverbial handwriting on the wall: diminished enrollment and state budget cutbacks meant NMSU would have to tighten its belt. The university unveiled its plan to cut $12.1 million from the fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday, July 13. Among some actions taken, NMSU will:  Completely cut the equestrian program  Close the employee health center  Eliminate the engineering surveying program  Cut three faculty ...

CONTINUE
3,974FansLike
Las Cruces Bulletin