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Tourism dollars can boost state By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The drop in gasoline prices isn’t all bad news for New Mexico’s economy. Sure, it hurts the oil and gas industry, but it’s good for tourism. Lower prices at the pump mean families may have up to $1,000 extra to spend, and “that’s great for tourism,” said New Mexico Department of Tourism Secretary Rebecca Latham during a visit to Las Cruces on Friday, Nov. ...

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missing man Detectives with the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit are hoping the public might be able to help locate a missing man who could be in danger. Andrew Megarity, 55, was reported missing from a treatment facility in the 2800 block of Doña Ana Road on Aug. 2. According to treatment coordinators, Megarity suffers from dementia and bipolar disease and may pose a danger to himself. ...

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East Mesa-Area Lane Closures The following streets will have intermittent lane closures Monday, April 24, through Friday, April 28, for roadway maintenance: • Arena Drive from Las Colinas Drive to Las Colinas Drive. • Gem Street from Arena Drive to Galina Drive. • Gem Court from Gem Street to the East End. Speeding fines will be doubled in the area and motorists are advised to obey the posted signs in the construction zone. The closures will not affect RoadRUNNER Transit. For more information, call 575/528-3098. The TTY ...

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IN REVERENCE Shirley Daniels and past president of Doña Ana County NAACP Lola Lestrick walk into the ballrooms of Hotel Encanto Monday morning, Jan. 15, for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Annual Breakfast Celebration. More MLK Day photos and stories begin on page 10. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Primary test State Rep. Jeff Steinborn, center, celebrates the news that he won the Democratic nomination to seek the state senate seat in District 36 at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces on Tuesday, June 7. Steinborn will face incumbent Lee Cotter in the fall. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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