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Join ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Sept. 12 at Young Park The number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease is growing fast. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the US, with 5.3 million currently afflicted with the disease. Sixteen million are expected to have the disease by 2050. There is no cure, no treatment and no prevention. Statewide, 36,000 New Mexicans are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, a number expected to swell ...

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   Former Los Angeles Times photojournalist Don Bartletti will visit Las Cruces to document his long career on the U.S./Mexico border. This image is from his 2003 photo essay titled “Enrique’s Journey,” which won a Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography. See page 4. PHOTO COURTESY DON BARTLETTI

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Is the long-running NM drought over? By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin In response to the question, “is it safe to say the drought we’ve been suffering from for so long is over?” state Climatologist Dr. Dave DuBois said, “the answer depends on who is impacted and what time scale is important. There are three general drought types to answer your question: meteorological, agricultural and hydrological. “If we go with meteorological ...

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Council tables resolution supporting Indian tribe By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, March 21 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted 6-1 to indefinitely table a resolution that would have supported a petition requesting federal recognition of the Piro/ Manso/Tiwa Indian tribe of the Pueblo of San Juan de Guadalupe. Council members, with the exception of Mayor Pro-Tem Greg Smith, who voted against tabling the resolution, said they ...

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Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio won re-election Tuesday, Nov. 8. The Democrat defeated Republican challenger Brad Cates. “I’m very humbled that the voters of Doña Ana County are giving me another four years to do justice,” D’Antonio said. “In addition to aggressively prosecuting violent offenders, we are going to explore alternative forms of prosecution like starting a veterans court.”

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