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SEMI-TOUGH Las Cruces High School quarterback Payton Ball (5) eludes Rio Rancho defensive back Jaylen McKinley in the state quarterfinal matchup Nov. 17 at Field of Dreams. The Bulldawgs’ 28-10 victory sends them to the Class 6A semifinals at Field of Dreams Friday, Nov. 24, against top-ranked Manzano, which took care of Clovis, 45-7. The winner will play for the state championship.

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By Susie Ouderkirk On Tuesday, Feb. 2, voters in Las Cruces will be asked to go to the polls to decide on the outcome of a mill levy that, in a nutshell, will continue a tax to repair, maintain and renovate schools in Las Cruces. Las Cruces Public School Superintendent Stan Rounds, in a recorded message, explained this mill levy already exists, and, if approved by voters, will continue to fund “repairs, maintenance, and renovations for all Las Cruces public schools.” Referred to ...

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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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New medical school accepts first students By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in Las Cruces has accepted its first students. BCOM, which began construction in late April at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Research Park, has already received more than 2,500 applications from throughout the United States and other countries for the 162 slots available, BCOM Founding Dean Dr. George Mychaskiw, said. The medical school ...

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Local actress, teacher helps police officers deal with crisis intervention By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin One of the biggest challenges law enforcement officials may face on any given day on the job is dealing with a person who is mentally ill or in emotional crisis. In addition to the 40 hours of crisis intervention training they receive as recruits at the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy, nearly three-quarters of Las Cruces ...

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