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debbi_moore_1[4] Bulletin Report The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) New Mexico District Office has announced the 20 small businesses, champions and lenders named 2018 SBA New Mexico Small Business Week Award Winners. Debbi Moore, president and CEO of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce was winner of the New Mexico Legacy Award. She was the lone Las Cruces-area recipient. No one from Las Cruces won in 2017. Since 1963, National Small Business Week has been set ...

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Courtesy www.3b-productions.com A small insult among hot-heads blows up into a pointless media circus in war-torn Lebanon in "The Insult," playing through April 26 at Fountain Theatre in Mesilla. Courtesy www.3b-productions.comA small insult among hot-heads blows up into a pointless media circus in war-torn Lebanon in “The Insult,” playing through April 26 at Fountain Theatre in Mesilla. Here are five things to do this weekend. Pick up a copy of this week’s Bulletin for ...

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The All-City High Schools Senior Show 2018 opens in the Museum of Art Friday, April 20, and continues through Saturday, April 28. The exhibition will feature works in a variety of media. An artists’ reception with student-performed music, culinary competition and awards presentation will be held from 5-7 p.m. April 20. Participating artists are graduating seniors from Las Cruces area high schools – Las Cruces High, Mayfield, Onate, Centennial, and Alma d’Arte. The museum, 491 N. Main St., is open 10 ...

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Bulletin photo by Mike Scanlon John Garcia, district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s New Mexico District Office, addresses participants in the SBA’s first Emerging Leaders – Las Cruces Program Monday, April 9, at the Doña Ana Community College’s Workforce Center. Standing at far right is Adolfo Vasquez, deputy director of the district office.Bulletin photo by Mike ScanlonJohn Garcia, district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s New Mexico District Office, addresses ...

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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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