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Aggies declaw Lobos to end losing streak to in-state rival BULLETIN REPORT An Aggie nation of 17,852 celebrated Saturday night at Aggie Memorial Stadium when Tyler Rogers and company lined up on their 45-yard line in victory formation to give New Mexico State a 32-31 victory against rival New Mexico, Saturday, Sept. 10 at Aggie Memorial Stadium. The victory was the Aggies’ first against the Lobos since 2011 and the first home win against UNM ...

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Weir & Moccia jersey Bulletin photo by Brook Stockberger New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia, left, presents new men’s basketball coach Paul Weir with a jersey during a news conference to announce Weir’s hiring, Tuesday, April 26 at the Pan American Center. Bulletin report New Mexico State University announced the hiring of NM State associate head coach Paul Weir as the 25th men’s head basketball coach of the Aggies. NM State Director of Athletics Mario ...

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Rentals thrive at the beginning of the school year By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruces Bulletin In early August, as about 20,000 students make their way back to campus to start another year at New Mexico State University, Beth Johnson, owner/qualifying broker of Las Cruces Homes and Land (LCHL), answers questions about renting to this particular group. Las Cruces Bulletin (LCB): How are you preparing for the influx of students coming into town and wanting rentals? ...

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Former mayor Steinborn dies By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin Jeff Steinborn summed up his dad, David, with a simple line: “He was a biggerthan- life guy.” David Steinborn, 79, died Tuesday, Nov. 10 after a second bout with pancreatic cancer. A former mayor of Las Cruces in the 1980s, Steinborn was in Dallas – where he moved in 2008 – surrounded by family when ...

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Schools’ leader resigns Rounds receives severance payment By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At a special meeting on Tuesday, June 14, the Las Cruces Public Schools board of education accepted the resignation of long-time superintendent Stan Rounds, which includes a severance payment in the amount of $140,000. Rounds’ current contract ends June 30, 2017. Under the terms of the agreement he and the board signed Tuesday, Rounds will resign effective June 30, 2016. He ...

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