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Dinner with DONALDSON Sam Donaldson, renowned reporter and news anchor for ABC News (1967-2013), was the keynote speaker at the annual awards banquet for New Mexico Press Women at La Posta de Mesilla Saturday, April 22. Donaldson was a White House correspondent for 13 years and a panelist and co-anchor of the network’s Sunday program, “This Week.” The banquet capped a two-day conference in Las Cruces exploring the topic, “Media Literacy in a Post-Truth Society.” BULLETIN PHOTOS BY ...

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Officers deserve appreciation Recognize our neighbors performing this difficult, thankless service In the days following the recent shooting death of Alamogordo police officer Clint Corvinus, it rained in Alamogordo. In the days following the recent shooting death of Hatch police officer Jose Chavez, it rained in Doña Ana County. When former Alamogordo police officer Al Marchand died in one of the hijacked planes flown into the World Trade Center ...

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Hall of Fame Coach plays the cards he’s dealt Henson has crossed this ‘bridge’ before By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico State University basketball coaching legend Lou Henson believes the card game of bridge is truly a game for life. The Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame coach, who, with his wife Mary, divides his year between Champaign, Illinois and Las Cruces, spends four to five days each week playing bridge. ...

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Happy Tails BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE Volunteer Sheila Alberson puts Zena, a Yorkie Terrier, into a traveling unit for safe passage to Montana and Idaho on the “Dog is my Co-pilot” plane before sunrise Monday, Oct. 16, at Las Cruces International Airport. Mesilla Valley animal rescue groups took part in a program called “Tails to Freedom” that gives 60 needy animals a chance to find forever homes in various Western locales.    

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Eric Enriquez, Las Cruces fire chief. Photo by Mike Cook.Eric Enriquez, Las Cruces fire chief. Photo by Mike Cook. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Fire Chief Eric Enriquez has been accepted into the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Fire Service Executive Development Institute, where he will join his peers from throughout the United States and Canada in a year-long leadership development program. Enriquez said the institute is “an opportunity for fire chiefs to ...

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