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.” CONTINUE
Ags host Cajuns in homecoming clash BULLETIN REPORT The Aggies are hoping for some home cooking. New Mexico State University’s football team has given up 114 points in the past two games – a 62-42 loss at Kentucky and a 52-7 defeat to Troy. Now, with a homecoming crowd on hand, NMSU (1-3 overall, 0-1 Sun Belt) will tangle with Louisiana-Lafayette at 6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1 in Aggie Memorial Stadium. ... CONTINUE
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The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce has named Debbi Moore as its new president and CEO. Moore comes to Las Cruces after 14 years as president and CEO of the Rio Rancho Regional Chamber of Commerce. “This is a great opportunity to join a great chamber,” Moore said. “The chamber has a four-star accreditation and there are great people involved in the chamber and also in the community.” She will assume the ... CONTINUE
Are water restrictions New Mexico’s future? By Angela Simental For the Bulletin On May 5, California approved a 25-percent cut on water use in urban areas in an effort to conserve water after four years of intense drought. With these historic water restrictions, could New Mexico face the same future? “Probably. I don’t see this in the next five to 10 years, but it is definitely a look into the future for us,” ... CONTINUE
By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin An elevator in a three-story house? How decadent. For a bunch of hillbillies from Appalachia in southwestern Pennsylvania, the fact the rented house at Lewes Beach Delaware had an elevator seemed quite fancy. Plus it was invaluable when hauling all the beer my mother bought to the second-floor kitchen. This was a family vacation a long time in the making. In June, eleven relatives ranging in age from six to ... CONTINUE