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 ... CONTINUE
Bulletin file photo BULLETIN REPORT There are fireworks, sure, but the July 4 holiday offers other opportunities to celebrate the nation’s independence. Tuesday, July 3 • 7:30 p.m.: Electric 5K & One-mile Fun Run; race starts at Meerscheidt Recreation Center, 1600 E. Hadley Ave. Visit www.lascrucesrunningclub.com. • 9 p.m.: The Electric Light Parade; Solano Avenue (Begins at Apodaca Park, 801 E. Madrid Ave., south on Solano Avenue, east on Hadley Avenue, ends at Maag Softball Complex.) ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin Report Las Cruces Utilities will conduct fire hydrant preventative maintenance in preparation to place Well 61, located at 2365 Sambrano Ave., into service. These activities will be performed beginning at 10 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, and 10 p.m. Thursday, March 16. These actions could create discolored water for residents and businesses along Triviz Drive from Griggs Avenue to Missouri Avenue and on Nevada Avenue from Triviz to Lees Drive, due to naturally occurring iron and manganese in the water. Although the ... CONTINUE
Council adopts Amador blueprint By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin During a more than four-hour meeting Monday afternoon, Oct. 5, the Las Cruces City Council adopted the Amador Proximo neighborhood blueprint and the city’s arroyo management plan. Amador Proximo is located in west Las Cruces, north of Amador Avenue, east of Valley Drive, south of Hadley Drive and west of the railroad tracks. The blueprint will make the neighborhood “more walkable ... CONTINUE
Beyond shelter: DACHS finds new focus in programs By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin “If we’re not a shelter, what do we do?” That was the question board members and volunteers of the Doña Ana County Humane Society (DACHS) asked themselves after DACHS gave up the operation of the county animal shelter in 2008. The nonprofit examined “areas of need not being met by other animal welfare ... CONTINUE