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Latinas in Leadership conference highlights a universal message BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK LAS CRUCES BULLETIN Conferences of all shapes and sizes, representing all sorts of groups, are prolific in the U.S., but there is one right here in Las Cruces that is far more timely and important than the organizers even know. The Latinas in Leadership Conference, which made its debut Sept. 16, spotlights the accomplishments of Latina women in our community and presents a ...

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Attracting migratory orioles, hummingbirds to your yard By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The warming season finds plenty of color in the desert — the burning tips of the ocotillo, the iridescent carapaces of beetles, and the rainbow flashes of orioles and hummingbirds migrating northward to nest. Two types of orioles that commonly migrate into Las Cruces for the summer are Bullock’s orioles and Scott’s orioles. The Bullock’s orioles have ...

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High-tech greenhouse to create 120 jobs By Alta LeCompte Las Cruces Bulletin In the near future, a Dallas homeowner may make a trip to Lowe’s to buy a flat of floral bedding plants grown in the Mesilla Valley. That’s the vision Mark Wong, founding partner of Colorado Financial Holdings, shared with state and local dignitaries Oct. 19 when Gov. Susana Martinez announced New Mexico Greenhouse Holdings LLC (NMGH) will expand into New Mexico. ...

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Bulletin Staff Report Organizers of The Whole Enchilada Fiesta (TWEF) are calling it quits because of a lack of sponsorship to cover costs of putting on the fiesta, which began 35 years ago as a “block party for the city” on the former Downtown Mall, and grew into the one of the most popular fiestas in the country. A good part of that appeal was provided by Roberto Estrada, who each year supervised the making of the world’s largest ...

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Jack Eakman Portrait Small Bulletin report Jack Eakman hopes to be the next City Councillor for District 4. Less than a week after Nathan Small said he would not seek a third term for the seat, Eakman sent out a release Monday, Aug. 24 to announce his candidacy. “Everywhere I look, I see opportunity and I want to be a part of realizing our great potential as a city,” Eakman said in a statement. Eakman reports ...

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