Toucan Market celebrates 10th anniversary Saturday By Alta LeCompte Las Cruces Bulletin For 10 years, an unlikely pairing of business partners has brought Las Crucens the special foods their diets require or their palates crave. Former newspaper executive Richard Cole and career grocer Bob Bauer will celebrate Saturday, June 27, doing what they do seven days a week, serving the community at Toucan Market, 1701 E. University Ave, in the Pan Am Plaza. They’ll be on hand ... CONTINUE
Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin He tested me from the start. The first time I ever met Jim Bradley – sometime in mid October of 1996 – I found him in the north end zone of Aggie Memorial Stadium. (This was before the Field of Dreams when all Las Cruces prep home games were played at New Mexico State University.) Bradley was the head football coach at Mayfield High School and his Trojans had just dispatched of an opponent, I can’t remember which one, ... CONTINUE
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Bulletin report Gov. Susana Martinez announced today that 40 new manufacturing jobs will be available in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County, with the expansion of Pecan Brewery in Las Cruces at a new location that will brew, bottle and export its beer and the construction of Valley Cold Storage at West Park Logistics Center in Santa Teresa. Also announced was $1.8 million in Local Economic Development Act funds that will go toward a water well in Santa Teresa that ... CONTINUE
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
By Brook Stockberger and Susie Ouderkirk If New Mexico Secretary of Education Hanna Skandera has her way, the five members of the Las Cruces Public Schools’ Board of Directors will have to go back to class themselves. Skandera, acting on what she called “a number of complaints,” recently sent a letter to the LCPS school board pointing out multiple times the secretary believes the board violated the Open Meetings Act and overstepped “the board’s authority” and operated in a manner “outside ... CONTINUE