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Ags hope to build on 1st win Bulletin report Having been bitten by opponents’ rallies more than once this season, New Mexico State University’s football team found the gumption to pull off one of its own. The Aggies — who had not left the field as victors since Sept. 6, 2014 — erased a 30-7 deficit to beat Idaho 55-48 in overtime Saturday, Oct. 31 and snap its 17-game losing streak. ...

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Cross words over crosswords Our readers prefer more challenging puzzles When we changed our newspaper’s format, beginning with the Aug. 19 issue, I was curious and concerned about our readers’ response. Overwhelmingly, however, the feedback has been very positive. Almost unanimously, people have told me they like the shorter tabloid format. The brighter paper makes the color pop, I’ve been told a number of times. However, one camp has been ...

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Missing Post False Information pic Bulletin report Las Cruces Police are asking residents to be wary of a possible scam or phishing attempt that’s circulating through social media and is disguised as a missing person post. The post circulating Facebook is of a “missing Las Cruces girl” which includes a picture of a smiling young girl. The photo caption leads readers to believe the girl, identified in the link as “Kitty Collins,” was reported missing ...

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Capital outlay funds of $2.6M will go toward local projects By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin City of Las Cruces legislative lobbyist Larry Horan told the Las Cruces City Council Las Cruces likely will receive about $2.6 million in capital outlay funds for local projects from the 2016 session of the New Mexico Legislature. Horan’s presentation was part of the council’s March 28 work session, which also included presentations on the synthetic drug spice, ...

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UDC on commission agenda BULLETIN REPORT The Universal Development Code is on the agenda for the Tuesday, Oct. 25 Doña Ana County Commission meeting. The regular meeting will start at 9 a.m. and take place in the commission chambers on the first floor of the County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd. The commission will decide whether to approve publication of title and general summary of an ordinance to adopt the UDC. Daniel Hortert, director of community ...

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