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Bulletin report District Attorney Mark D’Antonio and Uber are urging Las Cruces residents to plan ahead before celebrating the Fourth of July. Uber will offer new users a $15 credit which is enough to cover the majority of rides requested in the Las Cruces area. New users can access the free ride credit by downloading the Uber app and entering the promo code STAYSAFELC. “I encourage everyone who plans on celebrating with alcohol to designate a sober driver or request an Uber,” ...

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Small MVCS athletics department fights to compete Christophe Chino Las Cruces Bulletin Changes loom for the Mesilla Valley Christian Schools athletics program. Next season — the 2016-17 campaign — the Son Blazers will drop down to a smaller division, from 3A to compete in 2A. In football, the product will even look different as MVCS will field an 8-man squad and play against other 8-man programs. Some MVCS Son Blazers’ ...

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0ab9ea5c28904cb209cf5a87efb6f17bImage_6.jpg Las Cruces Public Schools will host a job fair from noon to 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 26 at the LCPS Teaching & Learning Center, 505 S. Main, Suite 400. The school district will be hiring educational assistants, custodians, substitute custodians, campus security guards, secretaries, substitute teachers and positions in nutrition services. STS of New Mexico will also be on-site to hire bus drivers. No registration is required for the event. Interviews and ...

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Tree stewards enhance urban forest By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department is beginning a new cycle of its Tree Stewards Program beginning Tuesday, Sept. 15. The program, which is in its fourth cycle, was started in June of 2012. “Its purpose was to recruit and train volunteers from the community who really understand how critical trees are to the community, and ...

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Bulletin report According to multiple news outlets, after more than a month of bankruptcy proceedings, Hastings Entertainment will close all stores by Oct. 31. Las Cruces has one Hastings store at 2350 E. Lohman Ave. Hasstings is a multimedia entertainment retailer that combines the sale of new and used books, videos, video games and music. They also offer video and video game rentals. The 126 Hastings stores average about 24,000 square feet, primarily in medium-sized markets throughout the United States, according to ...

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