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Dennis Nourse votes May 2 in the Soil & Water conservation district 2017 election at the Dona Ana Government Center polling place. Dennis Nourse votes May 2 in the Soil & Water conservation district 2017 election at the Dona Ana Government Center polling place.Soil & Water Conservation District 2017 election results provided by the Dona Ana County Clerk’s Office put Kevin Bixby as the District 3 winner with 521 votes to Joe Delk’s ...

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Allison Smith Bulletin photo by Mike Cook Allison Smith, left, files as a candidate for the Las Cruces Public Schools school board election, which is scheduled for Feb. 7. Smith seeks the District 2 seat. She drew the top ballot position and is shown here with Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins and county Elections Staff Coordinator Janice Giron. By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 20, Ray Jaramillo became Las Cruces ...

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Try a little peace Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction makes its way to southern New Mexico By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin If you suffer from chronic pain, depression, anxiety, fear or a host of other long-term physical and emotional ills, there’s a program right here in Las Cruces that may be able to help you to help yourself. It’s not a magic elixir or a mystical incantation or some new-fangled religion, and it’s not expensive. ...

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The Save My Care tour bus Feb. 15, 2017. Photo by Billy Huntsman.The Save My Care tour bus Feb. 15, 2017. Photo by Billy Huntsman. By BILLY HUNTSMAN Las Cruces Bulletin “Stop playing politics with health,” said Lucas Herndon, communications manager for ProgressNow New Mexico, one of the organizations that hosted the national Save My Care press conference in Las Cruces on Feb. 15. ProgressNow, along with other organizations such as Health Action New Mexico, the New ...

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Marthe Cohn MUG Much of Marthe Cohn’s life sounds like a script for a really exciting action movie. She was a spy for the French government during World War II, risking her life to cross into German territory to report on troop movements and battle plans. Later, she received the highest military honor from both the French and German governments. Cohn, 97, will tell her story during a special presentation at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. ...

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