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Astronomy conference coming to Las Cruces Las Cruces Bulletin ALCON – the annual conference for the Astronomical League – will come to Las Cruces in early July, a first for an area with good dark skies and a rich astronomical history. That’s why Ron Kramer said he urged conference organizers to meet here after attending

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Unity Fest kicks off LCCT’s 53rd season By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin It’s been a big couple years for love and marriage in the Mesilla Valley. In August 2013, Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins and his office began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, drawing national media attention to Las Cruces and furthering

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Complaints against police continue to decline By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin From July 1 to Dec. 31, 2015, a total of 42 allegations of misconduct were filed 8 against officers of the Las Cruces Police Department, and fewer than 20 of those were sustained upon investigation. That information came from Kym Craven of Public

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May 23, 2017 Dear Editor, This is to inform you that as City Councilor for Las Cruces’ District 3, I, Olga Pedroza, have decided to not seek re-election in November. This was a difficult decision, but was made much easier by knowing the person who will run for the position, Gabe Vasquez. I have been

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By MIKE COOK, Las Cruces Bulletin The conversion of Church and Water streets from one-way to two-way traffic has gotten off to a smooth start. The project began June 12, with about three-quarters to one mile of Church and Water (about 10 city blocks) between Lohman Avenue and Picacho Avenue to be re-configured. It also

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