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DASO deputy wins national recognition Bulletin report A Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputy has received national recognition for her work to educate youth about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Deputy Michelle Ugalde has been with DASO since 2000 and has worked for more than a decade in the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program, an evidence- based gang, violence and drug abuse prevention program built ...

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Onate_01 Oñate football players erupted with exhilaration when Interim Superintendent Dr. Steven Sanchez informed them that the NMAA Board of Directors will allow Oñate to keep its four wins that were previously forfeited. The athletes got the news during their lunch period. Bulletin report Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Monday, Oct. 17, that the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Board of Directors modified an NMAA ruling based on an appeal by ...

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Avenue Art is April 30 on the downtown mall Artists’ entry deadline is extended to April 15 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Chalk up another one for Las Cruces artist Bob Diven. With support from the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP), he is hosting the fifth annual Avenue Art street painting competition on Saturday, April 30 on Main Street south of Griggs Avenue in front of School for the Americas on the downtown mall. ...

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New life for a forgotten subdivision Wine a little, you’ll feel better! By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin Randy McMillan is a man outstanding in his field. Or at least he was the last time I saw him. McMillan, a commercial real estate broker/investor, showed me around one of his new projects, Mesilla Vineyard Estates, which at times had him standing in the middle of a field, pointing one way or another and smiling. ...

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Animal rescue program does so much with so little By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Editor's note: This is the second of a two-part series. In the past four years, the Las Cruces ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) has rescued more than 2,300 dogs and cats from the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV). “APA is one of a number of organizations working with ASCMV to reduce the overall euthanasia ...

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