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Rocking through the ’50s From left, Tyanne Segura, Jesus Ledezma and Nancy Molina dressed in 1950s fashions for the Ninth Annual Hearts for Autism “Rocking through the ‘50s” Masquerade Ball on Saturday, Feb. 4, at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces. See more photos from the event on page 47. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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Mayor Ken Miyagishima talks to participants of the Mayor’s Bike Ride on May 20 outside City Hall. The ride, held in conjunction with May Bike Month, took a four-mile course through the Alameda and Mesquite historic districts. a41724a7f5f9432d91bedff1b4e160a6Image_2.jpg BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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Ag football set for final spring clash Bulletin report If you’re craving live football, your last chance for several months can be found at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 16 at Aggie Memorial Stadium. NMSU’s football team will hold its annual Spring Game to end spring practice and cast an eye toward summer conditioning. Admission is free. The athletics department marketing staff will provide free, limited- edition posters as attendees ...

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Downtown celebrates a banking partner By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin Bank of West — stocked with all the latest technology to make banking easier and more secure — was the center of attention Downtown on Sept. 22. Customers and community leaders gathered for the long-awaited Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting celebrating the opening of the newly remodeled branch. Mike Lowrimore, regional manager and senior vice president, thanked Bob Pofahl ...

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By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, Feb. 21 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved resolutions: ▪ Designating portions of two streets near the Las Cruces Public Schools Field of Dreams sports complex – on Tashiro Drive between north Valley Drive and north Motel Drive, and on Motel Boulevard between west Picacho Avenue and Tashiro Drive – as “Coach Jim Bradley Championship Way.” Bradley was the long-time football coach at Mayfield High School. He died in 2015. Under the memorial ...

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