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Want to vote? Register by Oct. 6 Bulletin report Would you like to have a say in who serves as mayor of Las Cruces for the next four years? Maybe a city council seat is up for grabs in your district or you’d like to cast a vote for the next presiding judge in the city’s municipal court. The election is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 3, but early voting actually begins Wednesday, Oct. 6. If ...

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City Councillor Miguel Silva to run for mayor By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Miguel Silva hopes to be the next mayor of Las Cruces. After eight years on the Las Cruces City Council representing District 1, Silva has thrown his hat into the ring in this year’s mayoral election. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. SILVA Current Mayor Ken Miyagishima was first elected in 2007, and was re-elected in 2011, but has not yet revealed whether he will seek a third term. Miyagishima ...

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DSC_0200Adjusting a rocket payload, students prepare for judges’ questions during the first stage of the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition (IREC), now part of the Spaceport America Cup. Visit www.spaceportamericacup.com for information about the event and how to be there ($10 for one day, $20 for two or more). Bulletin Photos by Elva K. Österreich DSC_0116 One hundred fourteen teams with 90 rockets crowd into the Las ...

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Council: Expanded bus service needed By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At its Tuesday, Feb. 8 work session, Mayor Ken Miyagishima and members of the Las Cruces City Council indicated their support for expanding and improving RoadRUNNER Transit service, the city-operated public transportation system. “RoadRUNNER Transit system ridership has grown at a steady rate over the past five years while service levels have remained constant,” according to the city Metropolitan ...

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Bulletin Report The City of Las Cruces invites community members to attend a series of film screenings from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 14-17 in conference room 2007b on the second floor of city hall, 700 N. Main St. The films shown will be two episodes of the PBS series “Designing Healthy Communities,” which looks at the impact a manmade environment has on key public health indices–obesity, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, cancer and depression. Dr. Richard Jackson, the films’ narrator, says there are connections between “bad community design” ...

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