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Satellite teleport, data center to create tech jobs By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin After establishing itself as a wireless satellite network in rural communities around the globe, X2nSat is focusing on serving the rural Southwest from its future facility on the West Mesa. Gov. Susana Martinez announced Oct. 14 in a ceremony at the Plaza de Las Cruces that X2n-Sat would bring 45 new, high-paying data and analysis jobs to Las Cruces. ...

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Capital outlay funds of $2.6M will go toward local projects By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin City of Las Cruces legislative lobbyist Larry Horan told the Las Cruces City Council Las Cruces likely will receive about $2.6 million in capital outlay funds for local projects from the 2016 session of the New Mexico Legislature. Horan’s presentation was part of the council’s March 28 work session, which also included presentations on the synthetic drug spice, ...

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Ewing_Greg Bulletin report Las Cruces Public Schools named Dr. Gregory Ewing of Marietta, Georgia as the next superintendent for the district, on Thursday, Nov. 3. He is currently the chief accountability and research officer at the Cobb County School District, for which he has worked about 30 years. In May, Ewing was named a top Hispanic school administrator in the nation by the Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents; he was recognized as the Hispanic-Serving ...

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Blessing of the animals Beatrice Potvin holds her dog Beau, 1, as father Gabriel Rochelle blesses him and other pets Saturday, Jan. 20, at St. Anthony of the Desert Orthodox Mission on North Alameda Boulevard. The annual ritual honors three saints: St. Seraphim of Sarov, St. Melangell of Wales and St. Anthony of the Desert. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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Legislators wrap up ‘grueling’ session By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin The agreement is the money ran out and New Mexico needs to find sources of revenue not tied up in the oil and gas industry. But that is about all the parties could agree on during the 2016 legislative session this go around. Rep. Doreen Gallegos (D-Doña Ana-52) described the session as “grueling.” “When we got there, we thought we had ...

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