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Summer fun Arts Council offers visual arts, theatre, opera for students By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin If you have a child interested in painting, drawing and other visual arts; in performing on stage as an actor and/or singer; or in learning to build sets, make costumes and design sound and lighting systems, the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) has three programs to choose from this summer. The fun begins with DAAC’s annual Career Art ...

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New state veterinarian brings broad animal experience BULLETIN REPORT After a six-month, nationwide search, a new state veterinarian has been named for New Mexico. Ralph Zimmerman, DVM, will lead the Office of the State Veterinarian after seven years as head veterinarian at the Albuquerque Biopark Zoo. The Office of the State Veterinarian resides within the New Mexico Livestock Board. Zimmerman and his staff of field veterinarians will work with the Livestock Board and ...

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Goats and a hare, ready for the fair Janelle Godwin and Jackson Godwin bring in goats to enter in the livestock competition at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds, and Aubri Kehoe, inset, holds her rabbit she plans to enter in competition, Tuesday, Sept. 27. The fair began Wednesday, Sept. 28 and runs until Sunday, Oct. 2. Daily events include the colorful carnival, exotic petting zoo, magician Adrian D’Marco, the Bengal tiger encounter and the high-flying Cycle Circus. BULLETIN ...

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PAC will work to create more, better jobs in Doña Ana County Businesses are the backbone of the community. They are vital to the health of any community for several reasons. Today, let’s focus on one primary issue of importance in relation to businesses: the creation of jobs. When businesses thrive, the number of jobs and the wages paid to employees increase. We saw this recently in our own state with the rise in oil ...

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8f2090d9b4dd6845be28d83e4e28cc8cImage_7.jpgBulletin Report Las Cruces Utilities (LCU), which provides gas, water, wastewater, and solid waste services to the Las Cruces area, is advising that an unknown person, or persons, is calling customers to schedule appointments for home water inspections. Those making the calls are not associated with LCU. “Be aware that Las Cruces Utilities does not call customers to schedule appointments or inspections on customers’ premises, but we do respond to emergency utility calls,” ...

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