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NMSU students bring ‘The Joy of Learning’ back to life By Dana Beasley For the Las Cruces Bulletin In its spot on a patch of lawn behind New Mexico State University’s Branson Library, a threatening cycle of ice, heat and calcium-rich sprinkler water has gradually worn away “The Joy of Learning” sculpture. “The bronze sculpture has become very corroded over the years,” said Silvia Marinas-Feliner, director of the Museum Conservation Program in NMSU’s College ...

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Eagle Scout Trevor Taylor stands in front of the Sagecrest Park Trail sign he created and unveiled Friday, Nov. 10, on North Roadrunner Parkway. To his left is his brother, Evan Taylor. Las Cruces nature photographer Frank Parrish donated some of his photographs for the sign, which provides pertinent information for hikers. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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School board responds to Skandera By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “I’m not trying to overstep my authority in any way, but that has been misunderstood,” Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education President Maria Flores told about 200 people attending a Tuesday, Feb. 2 board meeting. Flores was responding to a Jan. 26 letter sent to the board by New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera that ...

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‘Theeb’ a stirring survival story of the highest order Review by Jeff Berg For the Las Cruces Bulletin In the Arabic language, “Theeb” means “wolf.” It is also the name of the young man and focal point of the strong Jordanian film “Theeb,” which features solid performances and amazing location shooting in Jordan. Theeb is the son of a sheikh who has recently died. He is now being brought up by his older brother, Hussein, ...

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Theatre celebrates new decade on Main Street By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin For nearly 90 years, the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St., the epicenter of an increasingly populous and popular Downtown area, has entertained Las Cruces audiences with motion pictures and performances. However, just more 10 years ago, that legacy was in serious jeopardy. To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the theater’s reopening after nearly a decade dark, the Doña Ana Arts ...

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