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Life balance ‘starts with passion’ Personal reflection leads former NFL safety to new career By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin When Siddeeq Shabazz was playing in the National Football League, he had a great career and was making good money — but he wasn’t happy or fulfilled. “My experience of life was not enjoyable,” he said. With guidance from his older stepbrother, Day Adeogba, who is also his mentor, and a lot of study ...

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City redevelopment moves west By Mike Cook For the Bulletin Much of Las Cruces’ recent development has been on its eastern and western edges, forming a kind of doughnut that has left parts of its core suffering from urban flight and blight. The city began to reverse that trend more than a decade ago with a revitalization of downtown. Now, with a blueprint in hand and plans underway for a multi-million dollar ...

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FROM THE GROUND UP Building in the beauty begs a woman’s touch By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruces Bulletin EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the seventh installment in a series that chronicles the building of a New Mexican home, from the ground up. This phase of the building of the “From the Ground Up” house could be called rough for a number of reasons. Contractor Daniel Kolson is in the middle of the “aboveground ...

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Mountain View Market Co+op’s weekly Thursday night $3 dinners are very popular events.Mountain View Market Co+op’s weekly Thursday night $3 dinners are very popular events. Mountain View Market Co+op is looking for new members on its board of directors. “Our nine-member board is down to five members currently, one of whom is an interim appointment, so we have five open seats in the upcoming election,” said interim board President Chris Bardey, a Las Cruces artist ...

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Good, clean, dirty fun After diving for the ball, Mountain View Regional Medical Center nurse Heather Lugo closes her mouth as she splashes into the mud court Saturday, Sept. 12, at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum during the Mud Volleyball Tournament benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Las Cruces. For more photos, see Page A16. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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