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Diez Y Seis tradition continues in Mesilla BULLETIN REPORT “It’s not a trend, it’s a tradition!” Those words can be found on the Facebook page for the Old Mesilla Diez y Seis de Septiembre Celebration held each year on the Mesilla Plaza. The action kicks off with a parade down Avenida de Mesilla at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 17. Throughout the day, there will be mariachi and dance performances. Both days of ...

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Hard Road Trio gains local, national following By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “It’s art and it’s business,” said musician and singer Chris Sanders about Hard Road Trio, the Las Cruces-based group she, Steve Smith and Anne Luna have been a part of for the past eight years. “If you don’t do the business, you don’t get a chance to play for people. And, if it’s not art, I don’t want to do it.” ...

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Bulletin Report On Feb. 22, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) endorsed Senate Bill 315, which, if passed, will make sharing emergency medical services (EMS) easier in New Mexico and other states. Sponsored by Sen. Sander Rue (R-Bernalillo), the bill was introduced in the New Mexico Legislature earlier this month. It would allow New Mexico to join the Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate CompAct (REPLICA) to create common licensing standards and qualifications for EMS personnel and allow them to practice across ...

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Missing Post False Information pic Bulletin report Las Cruces Police are asking residents to be wary of a possible scam or phishing attempt that’s circulating through social media and is disguised as a missing person post. The post circulating Facebook is of a “missing Las Cruces girl” which includes a picture of a smiling young girl. The photo caption leads readers to believe the girl, identified in the link as “Kitty Collins,” was reported missing ...

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City acts to buy Jornada Water for $16 million By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The City of Las Cruces hopes to buy Jornada Water Company for more than $16 million. At its Tuesday, July 5 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved a resolution condemning the company’s water utility assets. Assistant City Attorney Marcie Driggers told the council that adopting the city resolution is the first step ...

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