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Chile farmers brace for rain By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin The monsoon giveth and the monsoon taketh. Sure, rain can be good for growing crops, but about a month into the green chile harvesting season, the agriculture community is concerned the so-far-mild rainy season will soon make the lives of farmers more difficult. “Knock on wood, things are going good, but (there could be) a big storm coming in,” ...

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Museum offering motor coach tour to Trinity Site BULLETIN REPORT The world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, at Trinity Site, in New Mexico on the north end of what is now White Sands Missile Range. In recognition of the event, Trinity Site is open to the public twice each year in April and again on the first Saturday in October. As part of its 40th Anniversary celebration, the New Mexico ...

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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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Program enables some immigrants to earn livings, attend college By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin At a Sept. 29 immigration forum, topics relating to legal immigration into the United States were discussed. Anna Hey, an immigration attorney for Catholic Charities of Southern New Mexico, which put on the immigration forum with the help of City Councilperson Olga Pedroza, gave a presentation on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which was ...

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SalsaFest heats up Downtown BULLETIN REPORT SalsaFest 2016 will be held Friday to Sunday, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in downtown Las Cruces. The eighth annual event is sponsored by Las Cruces Downtown Partnership and will include live music, dancing and a salsa-making competition that will earn $1,000 for the winner. The festival kicks off Friday evening on the new downtown plaza with a “Salsas From Around the World” five-course sitdown ...

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