By Chad Dare For the Bulletin Obviously, it’s a very sad time for Mayfield football, but it’s also a very sad time for high school football nationwide. It’s been more than 15 years since I’ve actually covered a Mayfield High School game, but in those years since I’ve left Las Cruces, there have been hundreds, if not thousands, of situations where something coach Bradley taught me has been helpful. I can still remember my first high school football season in Las Cruces. I ... CONTINUE
UPDATE, May 21, 5 p.m.: Oscar Rodriguez, the 13-year-old Las Cruces boy reported missing last week, has been located and returned to his family. BULLETIN REPORT Police are asking for the public’s help locating a 13-year-old Las Cruces boy who was reported missing and has not been seen since Saturday. Oscar Rodriguez lives on the 2200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive but has not been seen since Saturday, May 12. Rodriguez ... CONTINUE
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Calle Del Sol to be Closed Monday, April 2 for About Five Days Calle Del Sol, at its intersection with Brown Road, will be closed for approximately five days beginning Monday, April 2. The road closure will enable Warren Construction to do corrective work as part of the Brown Rehabilitation Project. The closure will not affect RoadRUNNER Transit routes. Business and residential access will be maintained. Motorists who want to avoid possible delays should seek an alternate route. For information, call the Contracts Administration ... CONTINUE
By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin City of Las Cruces Presiding Municipal Judge Melissa Miller-Byrnes said she will not seek re-election in the November election after 16 years of service. After serving 10 years as assistant city attorney, Miller-Byrnes was first elected presiding municipal judge in November 1999 in a four-candidate race in which she was the only female. Miller-Byrnes was re-elected in 2003, defeating former Assistant City Attorney Richard Jacquez, who is now a Dona ... CONTINUE
Doña Ana County Manager Fernando R. Macias will bring a $10.2 million revamped roads proposal back before the Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, March 27. The public is encouraged to attend and comment. Originally discussed at the March 13 regular meeting, the revamped proposal contemplates significant improvements to 19 roads in the county’s road inventory, as well as a mechanism by which the commission could consider bringing private roads into its maintenance inventory. Roads targeted for improvement under the ... CONTINUE