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Roman Jimenez and his family. Photo courtesy of Roman Jimenez.New Doña Ana County Republican Party Chairman Roman Jimenez and his family. Photo courtesy of Roman Jimenez. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Roman Jimenez, the new Doña Ana County Republican Party chairman, supports President Donald Trump and is a fan of Martin Luther King Jr. Trump is “somebody with good intentions,” Jimenez said. “He doesn’t have any ties or (owe) any favors to any politicians.” Trump has ...

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Downtown Art Ramble kicks off For the Love of Art Month Staff Report For the Love of Art Month is once again upon us in the Mesilla Valley, and there’s no better way to kick off Las Cruces’ month-long celebration of all things art than the First Friday Downtown Art Ramble, set for 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, along Main Street and throughout Downtown Las Cruces. Much of the excitement is centered ...

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DA files charges against county treasurer after investigation Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio has filed charges against Doña Ana County Treasurer David Gutierrez based on an accusation that Guiterrez offered a woman working in his office $2,000 to have sex with him. The charges were filed after county commissioners asked the district attorney to investigate the treasurer. “After a thorough investigation, I decided there is enough evidence to present this ...

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BULLETIN REPORT A late-Monday evening crash on Lohman Avenue has resulted in the death of a pedestrian. Umberto Estupinan, 61, of Las Cruces, was pronounced dead early Tuesday morning at Mountainview Regional Medical Center. About 11:30 p.m. Monday, May 21, Las Cruces police were dispatched to a crash on Lohman Avenue, just east of Solano Drive, between a 1996 Dodge Dakota and a pedestrian. Investigators learned the pedestrian, later identified as Estupinan, was crossing Lohman northbound when he was struck in the center ...

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By Avra Elliott For the Bulletin While the world of health insurance can change quickly, it is still the law to have health insurance this year. For small-business owners who have trouble finding and choosing the best health insurance for their employees, BeWellNM, New Mexico’s health insurance marketplace, hosted a free informative luncheon on June 13 at the Frank O’Brien Community Center where they could learn more about their insurance options. BeWellNM for Small Business is a New Mexico insurance program formed in 2013 ...

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