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Las Cruces Spanish Market returns Feb. 20-21 By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin Beginning in the 16th century and continuing through the mid-1800s, Spanish colonialists arrived in the Americas and made their way north, establishing the Camino Real del Tierra Adentro, the “Royal Road” of New Spain connecting capital Mexico City with Santa Fe. Moving northward along with these settlers and conquerors were cultural forms imported from Spain – religion, art, architecture ...

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Happy Tails BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE Volunteer Sheila Alberson puts Zena, a Yorkie Terrier, into a traveling unit for safe passage to Montana and Idaho on the “Dog is my Co-pilot” plane before sunrise Monday, Oct. 16, at Las Cruces International Airport. Mesilla Valley animal rescue groups took part in a program called “Tails to Freedom” that gives 60 needy animals a chance to find forever homes in various Western locales.    

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Maria Flores retained her seat on the Las Cruces Board of Education. Courtesy photo.Maria Flores retained her seat on the Las Cruces Board of Education. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report The Las Cruces Board of Education’s newly appointed and reelected members will be sworn into office at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, in the LCPS Administration Building Board Room, 505 S. Main, Loretto Towne Centre by Third Judicial District Judge Fernando Macias. Ray Jaramillo, Terrie Dallman and ...

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Ag women still unbeaten in WAC play Bulletin report As far as games of King – or rather Queen – of the Hill are concerned, this one has been a wash. So far no one in the Western Athletics Conference has been able to knock the New Mexico State University’s women’s basketball team from its perch. The defending WAC champions improved to 6-0 in the league with an 86-63 victory against Cal-State Fullerton ...

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Las Cruces Bulletin While many in New Mexico consider chile its ultimate crop — and few with any sense would disagree — the Land of Enchantment has another agricultural history lesser known but just as much worth celebrating: wine. Since the first Spanish settlers arrived in the area in the 1500s, they planted along the fertile banks of the Rio Grande mission grapes, kicking- off a centuries-old tradition of winemaking making New Mexico — not California, as many believe — ...

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