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Dairy 4 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin F&A Dairy Products of Las Cruces is hiring production workers, said the dairy’s human resources manager, Celina Ramirez. Ramirez said the dairy needs full-time employees who can work flexible hours and have their own reliable transportation to the dairy, which is located at 355 Crawford Blvd. in Las Cruces’ West Mesa Industrial Park, about 10 miles west of downtown Las Cruces, just off Interstate 10. Because “cheese ...

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Historic haven From right, Pastor Rickey Taylor watches as Jovonne Gooden and Marcia Boyer unveil a plaque commemorating the chapel as listed on the National Register of Historic Places in front of Phillips Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church in Las Cruces on Saturday, July 9. Gooden and Boyer are the great-granddaughters of the church’s founder Clarence Fielder. Also pictured, from left, are Mary Jane Garcia, former New Mexico senator, and Elodia Garcia. The original Adobe chapel build in 1911 ...

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Aggies ‘excited and ready to go’ By Krysta Quinonez Las Cruces Bulletin The New Mexico State University football team enters the 2015 season full of optimism. Head coach Doug Martin — whose team started fall practice Wednesday, Aug. 5 — said he is very pleased with how things look. “For the first time we look like a real college football team, both size and number wise,” said Martin, who is ...

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When salts attack Preserve your adobe home By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin Southwestern architecture engages with the landscape, reflecting the natural shapes and colors around it. Adobe, made of the sun and soil itself, is a historic form of southwestern architecture, brought to the area by the Spanish and flourishing in the clay-heavy soil of the Mesilla Valley. Many new residents and old families of the valley both appreciate the aesthetic appearance, historic connections ...

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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.

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