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Mesilla Valley Preservation rediscovers Trost and Trost architectural legacy Visionary architect was green before it was politically correct Editor’s note: This is the second of two articles. The first appeared in the June 17 Bulletin. Bulletin report Henry C. Trost has righty been called the “Architect of the Southwest.” At the helm of the prolific El Paso architectural firm of Trost & Trost, he helped to establish and refine many of the prevailing architectural ...

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Insects could affect crop production For the Las Cruces Bulletin Entomologists at New Mexico State University are warning growers of the possibility of finding new invasive insect pests in New Mexico affecting numerous crops including alfalfa hay, sorghum and a number of vegetables and fruits. “It’s a continual struggle,” said Jane Pierce, NMSU Extension entomologist. “We try to intercept them before they get into the U.S., then before they get into New Mexico, but insects are often ...

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prius_1BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE Southwest Environmental Center (SWEC) Prius raffle winner William Bretz of Las Cruces takes the key to his new sporty Prius from Vescovo Toyota of Las Cruces owner George Vescovo Tuesday morning, April 24. Each year the Southwest Environmental Center raffles off a new Prius,selling 500 tickets at $110 each, as away to fund its work to protect and restore wildlife and their habitats. This year the drawing was held on ...

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Stress-reduction class series begins Aug. 24 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces registered nurse Gerri January will offer her fourth Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class series from 6 to 9 p.m. beginning Wednesday, Aug. 24, and continuing for the next seven Wednesday evenings through Oct. 12. All classes will be held in the Rotary Room at Mesilla Valley Hospice, 299 Montana St. The series also includes a day-long retreat from 9 a.m. ...

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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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