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‘Singing for Shelter’ raises funds for vulnerable youth through song By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin A study by America’s Youngest Outcasts found there were more than 14,500 homeless children and youth in New Mexico during the 2008-9 school year. The majority of these – 60 percent, or roughly 8,700 – were school aged, with another 40 percent – 5,800 New Mexico children – were younger than 6. Nationally, those figures are more staggering ...

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Latinas in Leadership conference highlights a universal message BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK LAS CRUCES BULLETIN Conferences of all shapes and sizes, representing all sorts of groups, are prolific in the U.S., but there is one right here in Las Cruces that is far more timely and important than the organizers even know. The Latinas in Leadership Conference, which made its debut Sept. 16, spotlights the accomplishments of Latina women in our community and presents a ...

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J. Paul Taylor Academy moves into new home By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin The sounds of children moving from class to class in the hallways rang for the first time as the J. Paul Taylor Academy’s new building welcomed its wards. Located at 410 W. Court Ave – right next to charter high school Alma de Arte – the building was constructed for the academy by Las Cruces Public Schools and had a ...

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Flying for those who made us free The United States, New Mexico state and MIA-POW flags catch the breeze on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11 at Mesilla Valley Hospice at 299 E. Montana. Brigadier General Timothy Coffin, commanding general at White Sands Missile Range, was on hand to give remarks at the facility’s Veteran’s Garden. For photos of the Las Cruces Veterans Day parade, see pages A14 and 15. BULLETIN PHOTO BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK

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Former mayor Steinborn dies By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin Jeff Steinborn summed up his dad, David, with a simple line: “He was a biggerthan- life guy.” David Steinborn, 79, died Tuesday, Nov. 10 after a second bout with pancreatic cancer. A former mayor of Las Cruces in the 1980s, Steinborn was in Dallas – where he moved in 2008 – surrounded by family when ...

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