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Residents object to power rate increase By Las Cruces Bulletin At its first public meeting on a proposed rate increase, El Paso Electric Co. (EPE) officials took questions from southern New Mexico residents about how it will cost low-electrical users more and why Texas users pay less. The Doña Ana County Commission Chamber was full Wednesday, June 3, for the first of a Great Conversations town hall series on the rate proposal that EPE officials ...

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The home is in the details By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin Walking up to the front door of 445 Palmer Road, you know you are approaching a home that has been appreciated. Ivy clutches the corner of the house, framing the window and insinuating secrets, leading curious eyes past the weathered red gate into the courtyard. Tom Snavely, theatrical set designer and one of the ...

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Digital cadaver lets students visualize anatomy clearly By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin The folks at Anatomage took a frozen cadaver, sliced it thin and scanned the slices into their machine. Then they did it again and again, finally creating digital versions of human beings good enough to study for students at all levels of their human anatomy learning. At Arrowhead Park Medical Academy (APMA), a public charter school for high school ...

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Lobos top Ags in pitchers’ duel Bulletin report The New Mexico State baseball team came up just short in the second game of the Rio Grande Rivalry Series against New Mexico, falling 3-2. The four-game series is now tied up at one game apiece. This was a true pitcher’s duel as Dalton Shalberg faced only three over the minimum through the first three innings. UNM starter Luis Gonzalez only faced two over the ...

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Crime Stoppers Fraudulent use of Credit Card pic Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify the young man and woman suspected of fraudulently using a stolen credit card at a Walmart store. Las Cruces police learned that two people – a young man and woman – used a stolen credit card Feb. 26 at the Walmart store on Walton Boulevard. The couple was captured ...

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