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sandbags Google.com image The National Weather Service is calling for continued rain in the Las Cruces area through the next 48 hours. Storms could produce heavy rain at times. In the event of localized flooding, the Las Cruces Fire Department is making sandbags available to Las Cruces residents. The number of sandbags is limited to 10 per homeowner. They are intended to keep water from entering a dwelling so they should be placed around doorways ...

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Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon.Fort Bliss Garrison Executive Officer, Col. Paul Stewart talks human numbers during the Military Update Luncheon. Debbi Moore’s father, a veteran, taught her to be respectful of the military, which is why the Las Cruces Greater Chamber of Commerce director was happy to kick off the Military Update Luncheon Aug. 2 at the New Mexico State University Fulton Center. “We ...

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Join ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Sept. 12 at Young Park The number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease is growing fast. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the US, with 5.3 million currently afflicted with the disease. Sixteen million are expected to have the disease by 2050. There is no cure, no treatment and no prevention. Statewide, 36,000 New Mexicans are suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, a number expected to swell ...

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La Clinica de Familia begins work on new health care clinic By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Primary healthcare in Las Cruces took a big step forward Wednesday, Aug. 19, as La Casa de Familia (LCDF) health center announced stage-one plans to convert the old Memorial General Hospital (and later city offices) at 575 S. Alameda Blvd. into Cervantes Medical Complex (CMC). When renovations are complete in the summer of 2016, the facility will include ...

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Mammogram: ‘It can save my life’ By Susie Ouderkirk The Las Cruces Bulletin I got a mammogram – my first ever. I should have done it sooner, I know. A mammogram can save my life. I believe in the procedure in theory, but I won’t lie – I was dreading it. However, Anita Rockett, the marketing director for Memorial Medical Center, suggested I take one for the team and have it done as ...

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