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Cans to help the needy By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “Can” is the pivotal word when you think about the can-do attitude at Las Cruces’ Casa de Peregrinos Emergency Food Program. Canstruction is an event scheduled for Friday, Oct. 2 to Sunday, Oct. 4 during the Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo at the fairgrounds. Cans of food will be made into sculptures at the fairgrounds. All the ...

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New education law could mean big changes By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin President Barack Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) into law Dec. 10. The new law means “no more one size fits all,” said Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) Chief Academic Officer Andrea Fletcher. “It changes the focus to give states more power. It lets us really target what we need in our state. It’s really a good thing.” “Overall, it’s ...

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New life for a forgotten subdivision Wine a little, you’ll feel better! By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin Randy McMillan is a man outstanding in his field. Or at least he was the last time I saw him. McMillan, a commercial real estate broker/investor, showed me around one of his new projects, Mesilla Vineyard Estates, which at times had him standing in the middle of a field, pointing one way or another and smiling. ...

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NMSU chancellor: Leadership is all about picking the right team By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin After more than 50 years of service in higher education, government, politics and business, and now as chancellor of New Mexico State University, Garrey Carruthers continues to apply the same life lessons he learned growing up on a farm near Aztec, New Mexico: be honest, work hard, treat other people well and get a good education. ...

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BULLETIN REPORT City of Las Cruces officials are warning residents to be wary of fraudulent telephone calls and text messages claiming to be from City government. At least two residents have received fake calls, which appeared on their caller ID devices, while others have reportedly been sent text messages. When the calls were answered, the residents were told of outstanding credit card debt of a family member, and they were directed to send money. The bogus text messages referred people to false ...

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