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Bulletin Report The Las Cruces Museum system is searching for art submissions for Branigan Cultural Center to display in 2018. The center will display exhibits in four different spaces ranging from 700-square-feet to 1,400-square feet. Preference will be given to exhibitions demonstrating strong connections to the cultural and historical heritage of the Mesilla Valley and southern New Mexico, the museum system said in a release. Submissions are accepted only electronically here.  Submitters are asked to upload five to 10 high-resolution jpg images of the ...

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Lizzie the Lizard and Carlos the Coyote on a recent elementary-school trip. Courtesy photo.Lizzie the Lizard and Carlos the Coyote on a recent elementary-school trip. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report The Doña Ana County Illegal Dumping Partnership (IDP) announced its new mascot, Lizzie the Lizard. The lively mascot will join Carlos the Coyote in the IDP’s efforts to expand community involvement and youth education. “Youth education is incredibly important to us and our partners,” said Vicki Lusk, ...

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Therapy dogs bring down stress level at the Legislature Animal Protection Voters raise animal awareness One of the most effective ways to improve the lives of New Mexico’s animals is to help enact laws that protect them now and in the future. The Roundhouse is the place where that kind of systemic change happens. On Tuesday, Feb. 2, Animal Protection Voters (APV) came to the New Mexico legislative session with three therapy dogs, who participate in The ...

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Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon.Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon. Debbi Moore’s father, a veteran, taught her to be respectful of the military, which is why the Las Cruces Greater Chamber of Commerce director was happy to kick off the Military Update Luncheon Aug. 2 at the New Mexico State University Fulton Center. “We ...

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  Fans storm the Aggie Memorial Stadium field after New Mexico State University’s 22-17 victory over South Alabama Saturday, Dec. 2. The victory earned the Aggies a trip to Tucson to play Utah State in the Novo Home Loans Arizona Bowl Friday, Dec. 29. It’s the Aggies first trip to a bowl game since 1960. For ticket information, call 575-646-1420. Bulletin Photo by Richard Coltharp. Fans storm the Aggie Memorial Stadium field after New Mexico ...

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