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Miller-Byrnes-Melissa 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 ...

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IMG_7540 Aaliyah Dominguez, 11, holds up signs Sunday morning at the corner of Alameda Boulevard and Ethel Avenue warning parishioners that mass at Holy Cross Catholic Church was cancelled in the wake of an explosion detonated in a trash can at the entrance of the church at approximately 8:30 a.m. Bulletin photo by Marissa Bond

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Bulletin Report Roughly every 18 months or so, a total solar eclipse happens somewhere on the globe. For the first time in 26 years, this supernatural event comes to America – but the path of totality is only about 70 miles wide starting in Oregon and ending in South Carolina. Photo courtesy NMMSH In 2012, hundreds of area residents turned out for the New Mexico Museum of Space History’s annular eclipse-viewing event in Alamogordo. On Aug. 21 for ...</p>
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Bulletin report An upcoming missile test scheduled for the morning of June 14 will require the closure of three state highways. The test, being conducted by White Sands Missile Range will require the closure of Highway 54 between the McGregor Range exit and Orogrande, Highway 70 between San Augustine Pass and Alamogordo, and Highway 380 from San Antonio to Carrizozo. The blocks are expected to last from 8 am to 9 am. The roads will be blocked by White Sands Missile Range security ...

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NMSU photo Former U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, shown here speaking at the Domenici Public Policy Conference at New Mexico State University in 2009.NMSU photoFormer U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, shown here speaking at the Domenici Public Policy Conference at New Mexico State University in 2009. nmpolitics.net Report Pete Domenici, a Republican who served New Mexico in the U.S. Senate from 1973-2009, has died, the Albuquerque Journal is reporting. Domenici was 85. His death was confirmed to the ...

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