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New_Mexico_State_Aggies_Logo.svg NMSU men to face St. Mary’s in NIT NM State received an automatic bid to the NIT and will play at Saint Mary’s in Moraga, California in the first round at 9 p.m. (MT) Tuesday, March 15. The game will air on ESPN2. The Aggies (23-10) are seeded No. 7 in their region – Valparaiso is the No. 1 seed – with the Gaels (27-5) as the second seed. NM State is led by WAC ...

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Residents and businesses in the area of Lohman Avenue south to Nevada Avenue, and west from Walnut Street to Solano Drive, will experience a water outage from 9 p.m. Thursday, May 18, to 3 a.m. Friday, May 19, while Las Cruces Utilities replaces two water line distribution valves. Once service is restored, residents may notice discolored water due to iron and manganese. Although the water is safe to drink, City officials recommend waiting to wash laundry until after the water becomes ...

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Doña Ana County’s annual spring blood drive will be held Friday, April 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the main rotunda of the Doña Ana County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd., in Las Cruces. Several appointments have been scheduled at 20-minute intervals, but walk-ins also will be welcome. The spring blood drive is one of three coordinated each year at the Doña Ana County Government Center. Each drive historically results in the donation of about 30 pints ...

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Councillor: It’s time to widen Telshor By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Because of heavy and ever-increasing traffic congestion, Las Cruces City Councillor Ceil Levatino wants the city to reconfigure about 2.5 miles of north Telshor Boulevard, between its intersections with Lohman Avenue and Commerce Street, from two to four lanes. “If we remove the center turn lane and the bike lane, it’s already wide enough for four cars,” Levatino said. ...

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Editor’s note: This is the second of an 11-part series detailing Las Cruces Utilities’ 11-week Lush and Lean workshops educating citizens how to maintain a garden while being conscientious of water usage. Bill Lindemann holds up a Chinese (Napa) cabbage moments after he pulled it from the ground in his garden. Courtesy photo.Bill Lindemann holds up a Chinese (Napa) cabbage moments after he pulled it from the ground in his garden. Courtesy photo. By SUZANNE MICHAELS For ...

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