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When salts attack Preserve your adobe home By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin Southwestern architecture engages with the landscape, reflecting the natural shapes and colors around it. Adobe, made of the sun and soil itself, is a historic form of southwestern architecture, brought to the area by the Spanish and flourishing in the clay-heavy soil of the Mesilla Valley. Many new residents and old families of the valley both appreciate the aesthetic appearance, historic connections ...

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‘Belles: The Reunion’ to host playwright on opening night By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Long-time Las Cruces director (and actor) Gail Wheeler has assembled an all-star cast for her play “Belles: The Reunion,” which opens Friday, Sept. 30 at Las Cruces Community Theatre, 313 N. Main St. downtown, and continues through Sunday, Oct. 16. Playwright Mark Dunn, who lives in Santa Fe, will attend the production’s opening night on Sept. 30. He ...

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The Sept. 10 New Mexico State University Aggie victory over the University New Mexico had significance to history in several ways. Not only it is the first time in four years that the Aggies’ beat the Lobos on the football filed, but more significant was that NMSU used new technology, an unmanned aircraft system to record video of the pre-game and kick-off. NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory performed the historic feat using a Federal Aviation Administration waiver under the FAA’s new Small ...

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Bulletin report Utah Avenue from El Paseo Road to Mesquite Street will be closed to through traffic for approximately 6 months beginning Monday, Dec. 26, for construction operations. Speeding fines will be doubled in the area. The closure will not affect RoadRUNNER Transit. For more information, call 575-528-3098. The TTY number is 575-541-2182.

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At a special Town Hall held at Alma de Arte Charter School May 23, local legislators met with constituents to discuss the special legislative session called by Gov. Susanna Martinez to concerning the state budget and tax reform. District 36 Sen. Jeff Steinborn, District 36 Rep. Nathan Small and District 35 Rep. Angelica Rubio participated, although Small left early for another event in Hatch. When asked if they thought issues could be resolved by the special session, the legislators looked grim and ...

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