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miguel Former Las Cruces City Councillor and recent mayoral candidate Miguel Silva has died. Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Silva’s opponent in the 2015 election, confirmed Silva died and said he was told it was an “unattended death,” but did not have any more information. The Las Cruces Bulletin will update this story.

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Ag great continues to support program By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin It’s hard to know if retired quarterback Charley Johnson had a bigger, more lasting impact at New Mexico State University or in the National Football League. Johnson, 76, who moved back to Las Cruces with his wife, Barbara, more than a decade ago, led the Aggies to their last undefeated season in 1960 (11-0), their second consecutive Sun Bowl victory and ...

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Through the garden gates The Las Cruces Bulletin For 20 years, the Las Cruces Tour of Gardens has unlatched the garden gates of local greenskeepers, making unsecret the magic of sweat, sun and soil. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 2, residents and visitors again have the opportunity to visit some of the most beautiful and unique gardens in Las Cruces. “I think it is one of the best things we do in ...

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And we’re off … A sign greets voters at the Doña Ana County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd., Tuesday, Oct. 11, the first day of early voting for the 2016 general election. A ballot (inset) awaits a voter to fill in the ovals. The government center is the only place for early voting until Oct. 22 when the availability will expand to seven locations. Turn to pages 8-17 to read about some of the races ...

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MEN IN BREW Las Cruces Police Officer Aaron Glymph and Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Gutierrez enjoy their Morning Joe during “Coffee with a Cop” at Washington Federal Bank Saturday, Feb. 24. The departments teamed with the Ronald McDonald House of El Paso to host the meet-and-greet for residents and to offer a free Ident-A-child card with photo, fingerprints and other identifiable information for use in emergency. LCPD also had its Mobile Command Center and personnel from ...

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