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 ... CONTINUE
Manzanares. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report Police arrested a Doña Ana County man suspected of a road rage incident that resulted in gunfire on the evening of March 3. Jonathan Manzanarez, 23, of the 100 block of J.J. Lane, is charged with one count of shooting at or from a motor vehicle and one count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Shortly after 7 p.m. on Friday, March 3, Las Cruces Police were dispatched to ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin photo by Billy Huntsman Derek, left, comforts his brother, John David, right, after a meltdown.Derek has high-functioning autism, while John David has low-functioning, and is nonverbal. Their mother, Donna Kulpa, is crowdfunding in order to get John David a service dog to help with his autism. John David Kulpa, 8, was playing soccer when he saw his father pull into the parking lot beside the field. This sight sent him ... CONTINUE
Kids have ‘blast’ at space center By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces sixth graders were born long after the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster on Jan. 28, 1986. But, thanks to the generosity and vision of the families of the seven crew members who died that day – and the Village of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque – the students are learning about science, math, aerospace technology, teamwork, critical thinking and much more at ... CONTINUE
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 ... CONTINUE