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The history of Black Friday more colorful than you think By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruces Bulletin Black Friday has an ominous sound. Images of a black-clad reaper or, worse yet, Santa’s evil counterpart Krampus, might come to mind. But the Friday after Thanksgiving, known as the biggest shopping day of the year, is really all about the green. Still important? There’s no doubt this big shopping day has an impact on a business’s profit, ...

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Kelley Coffeen has literally created more than 1,000 recipes in her Las Cruces kitchen. She has published five cookbooks that reflect her love for the southern border and Mexican cultureKC 1. “I love gifting others with the joy of food,” Coffeen said. Coffeen has teamed up with the American Diabetic Association (ADA) to release her sixth collection of recipes that feature Tex Mex, Mexican and Southwestern recipes that are low ...

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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. ...

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The recount of ballots Wednesday, Nov. 18 cast in six of the 15 voting convenience centers during the Nov. 3 Las Cruces municipal election confirms the winners of two city council races. Following the canvassing of results at 4 p.m. today, Kassandra Gandara was confirmed winner in the District 1 council race defeating Melecio Guzman by 18 votes. In the District 4 council race, Jack Eakman remained victorious, defeating Richard Hall by 11 votes. Results in both races remain unchanged ...

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Union support National Education Association-Las Cruces members held a rally in front of the Las Cruces Public Schools administration building Tuesday, Feb. 16 in support of the LCPS board of education. The board received a letter Jan. 26 from New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera that was critical of the board because of complaints. The teachers’ union, though, wanted to support the board. “For the first time in years, we have an actively supportive school board ...

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