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Hawks, Knights win titles on the diamond Bulletin report The Centennial High School baseball and softball teams both grabbed 5A state championships at the NMAA tournaments in Albuquerque. The Hawk baseball squad took down Belen, Los Alamos and St. Pius X in the tournament before getting past Goddard 5-4 in the state championship showdown. In 6A action, Las Cruces won its first game 2-1 against Sandia but then ...

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Bulletin report Statewide, the Democratic Party won back control of the state House of Representatives. In the Las Cruces/Doña Ana County area, Democrat candidates also did well. Former Las Cruces City Councillor Nathan Small knocked off incumbent Andy Nuñez in District 36 and, on her third attempt, Joanne Ferrary beat Terry McMillan for the District 37 seat. Ferrary said she is “looking forward to making up for the last time” of those last four years,” and said she will focus on education, health care ...

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New America School’s Patriots co-ed basketball team won the Metro Athletic League 2017 championship on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. Courtesy photo.New America School’s Patriots co-ed basketball team won the Metro Athletic League 2017 championship on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report The New America Patriots co-ed basketball team won the Metro Athletic League championship on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, at St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Las Cruces. The Metro Athletic League, which includes ...

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The motorcyclist killed in Friday evening’s crash at the intersection of Engler Road and Jornada road has been identified as 25-year-old Spencer Lance Meister of Las Cruces. Traffic investigators learned that, about 6 p.m. Friday, May 4, a New Mexico State Police officer spotted a motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed just west of Alamogordo. The motorcycle, driven by a man, was heading westbound on Highway 70 toward Dona Ana County when the New Mexico State Police officer lost ...

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Johnson  010 Bulletin report Jill Johnson has had an up-and-down experience with the Doña Ana County Treasurer’s Office, and now she hopes to be elected to the top position there. Johnson, a former chief deputy treasurer, announced Wednesday, Jan. 20, that she will seek the office of Doña Ana County Treasurer this year. The current treasure is her former boss, David Gutierrez. Johnson, a Republican, started working for Doña Ana County in 2006 as the organization’s ...

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