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Bulletin Report A New Mexico grade school built during the Jim Crow years was listed in the National Register of Historic Places during Black History Month, the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division announced on Feb. 28. The Paul Laurence Dunbar Elementary School in Vado near the Mexico border was built in 1926, the same year the precursor of Black History Month was established as the second week of February in recognition of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. The school in Vado was built during a ...

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Oñate football forfeits four victories BULLETIN REPORT On the last day of September, the Oñate High football team broke a 23-year losing streak to Mayfield High School with a 31-28 victory at the Field of Dreams. Now, though, officially, the drought to the Trojans is back. Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent Steven Sanchez announced on Tuesday, Oct. 11 the Oñate Knights had to forfeit four of their five victories, including the historic win ...

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DSC_0657 The annual Electric Light Parade commemorating Independence Day was rerouted this year due to downtown street construction. Following the Electric 5K and Mile Run on July 3, participants gathered at Apodaca Park before heading down Madrid Avenue, then on to Solano and Hadley avenues. DSC_0633 DSC_0659 DSC_0663 DSC_0672 CONTINUE


Raising six figures Mayfield High School football coach Jim Bradley of Mayfield holds a check for $306,000 along with Mayfield Booster Club Treasurer Brenda Folkman and Mayfield Booster Club President Alicia Swinson Friday, July 10 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. The money came from the 2015 Burger Time All Activities High School Golf Tournament which raises money for Las Cruces high schools. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE    

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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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