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By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin Supporters of such issues as abortion, Black Lives Matter, taking in immigrants and refugees, LGBTQ rights, stopping climate change and stopping the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline participated in a march and rally on Tuesday, Feb. 14, on the New Mexico State University Campus. Two student organizations, Aggie

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Film Las Cruces looks to the future By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin We don’t have the lights or the cameras yet, but there’s definitely action when it comes to bringing movies and television series to Las Cruces. Film Las Cruces (FLC), a newly minted nonprofit, held its first meeting Dec. 3 and elected an

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Dillard’s gets makeover Party marks completion of Phase 1 renovations By ALTA LeCOMPTE Las Cruces Bulletin On Aug. 19, Dillard’s threw a party to celebrate the first in a series of remodeling projects and the introduction of new products that appeal to millenials. “We’re always looking for a reason to celebrate,” said Las Cruces store

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Bulletin report At first blush, it appeared Monday, Sept. 19, the Las Cruces City Council had, in a closed meeting, settled on a new city manager to replace Robert Garza, who retired in May. Udell Vigil, the city’s communications director, sent out a press release Monday stating the council selected Stuart Ed of El Paso

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Aggies take national recognition into UTEP rivalry BY MARTY RACINE For the Bulleitn At 12-2, the New Mexico State Aggies on Dec. 27 had a better record than 11 teams in each of the two major national polls — the AP Top 25 and USA Today’s Coaches Poll. But they remain unranked, if not unrecognized:

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