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Puppy kisses Volunteer Isabella Valdevit, 9, plays with a dog named Doinker, who is up for adoption at the Las Cruces Farmers & Crafts Market during the New Mexico’s taxfree shopping weekend on Saturday, Aug. 6. The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley participated in the tax-free shopping making all animals adopted that weekend tax-free. More information can be found online at www.las- cruces. org/departments/ascmv. See Page A23 for more photos. BULLETIN PHOTO BY KIRSTINA ...

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Missing Jesse Garcia pic The body of a 28-year-old Las Cruces man missing since April 17 was located and positively identified as that of Jesse Robert Garcia. Garcia’s body was located May 31 in an undeveloped desert area east of Las Cruces. The body, unidentifiable at the time, was located by a hiker who reported the finding to law enforcement. The remains were sent to the medical investigator’s office for positive identification which was made ...

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rio grande April 14 Dear Mayor and City Councilors, Much has been said about the future management of the Rio Grande Theatre, both privately and publicly. The Doña Ana Arts Council would like to respond so our constituency is fully aware of our position. In reviewing the events as they have unfolded since Dec. 12, 2016, the Doña Ana Arts Council Board of Directors held a special meeting and unanimously decided that it is in the ...

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Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Tuesday, Oct. 11, that the Oñate High School varsity football team will have to forfeit four wins played this season due to violation of a rule by the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA). Sanchez said NMAA’s Executive Director Sally Marquez notified LCPS that one of the athletes on the Knights football team who played during four winning games was ineligible to participate. Sanchez said to maintain the student’s confidentiality, the district ...

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court8 Bulletin report If you expect to make it through security at Third Judicial District Court at 201 W. Picacho Ave., you better plan to leave your cell phone in your car’s glove box and put your purse in the trunk. And don’t even think about bringing your backpack along. You can no longer take electronic devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets, etc., as well as purses, bags and backpacks and other items into the building. Cigarette ...

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