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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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BULLETIN REPORT Students who want to transfer to a school outside of their home attendance zone beginning in the fall of 2017 face several changes to the transfer process, according to a Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) press release. LCPS officials said transfer applications are being accepted through March 1. However, unlike in previous years, transfers will not be determined on a first-come-first-served basis. “There’s a clear outline in state law as to which students get a higher preference when wanting to transfer,” ...

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Jose Rivera, Yvonne Barela and Connie Estrada enjoy a Saturday evening July 22 during the Tequila, Tacos & Cerveza Fest at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The traveling festival highlights Mexican beers, exotic tequilas and street tacos, all folded into contests and live music. For more, see SW Living, page 58. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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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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Luminarias honor cancer patients Luminarias burn brightly on the New Mexico State University campus, as the lights of Aggie Memorial Stadium shine in the background, Monday, Oct. 17. A variety of people (inset) turned out to take in the sight as the luminarias were set up to honor those who’ve battled breast cancer, and kick off Pink Week on campus to bring attention to breast cancer and raise money for research. The NMSU football team will wear ...

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