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Water Festival at Young Park Madison, Emma, Josiah and Isaiah (left to right) learn about ditches and canals, and their safety, at the sixth annual Water Festival in Young Park April 13. More than 1,000 students attended the event, learning from experts about such topics as windmills and how they pull water from the ground,

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By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin “Our recruitment for the position was very successful,” City Manager Stuart Ed said about the hiring of a director for the city’s newly expanded Economic Development Department (EDD). “I’m pleased to report to you that all of the finalists are local,” he said. “The successful candidate will know our

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Cruces Realtors enjoy a television ‘cherry on top’ Bulletin report Ashley Babbey Magill and her mother, Divelia “D.I.” Babbey, both associate brokers with Exit Realty, recently had their proverbial 15 minutes of fame and helped hook up a first time home owner with a house. The Learning Channel (TLC) contacted Babbey-Magill to say they were

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Bring home some color from the MVIS Rhizome Sale By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The summer heat still saturates the sidewalks, but the low-slung slant of sunset suggests autumn is finally shouldering in. With a seasonal change that might have some casual gardeners looking to resign their gloves to a winter- long rest,

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The annual Electric Light Parade commemorating Independence Day was rerouted this year due to downtown street construction. Following the Electric 5K and Mile Run on July 3, participants gathered at Apodaca Park before heading down Madrid Avenue, then on to Solano and Hadley avenues.

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