Theatre celebrates new decade on Main Street By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin For nearly 90 years, the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St., the epicenter of an increasingly populous and popular Downtown area, has entertained Las Cruces audiences with motion pictures and performances. However, just more 10 years ago, that legacy was in

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Join ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ on Sept. 12 at Young Park The number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease is growing fast. It is the 6th leading cause of death in the US, with 5.3 million currently afflicted with the disease. Sixteen million are expected to have the disease by 2050. There is no cure,

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Every Kid in a Park program introduces kids to public lands Bulletin Staff Report Fourth graders, this one’s for you. If you are not fortunate enough to be a fourth grader, hopefully you know one, because this is a great opportunity. From now until August 31, 2016, all fourth graders can attend national parks for

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Grape-stomping fun While barefoot and stomping on grapes, El Pasoan Marisol Lara braces herself as she laughs at the grape-stomping competition during the 2015 Harvest Wine Festival, held Labor Day weekend, Saturday through Monday, Sept. 6-7, at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds. PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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Kids have ‘blast’ at space center By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces sixth graders were born long after the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster on Jan. 28, 1986. But, thanks to the generosity and vision of the families of the seven crew members who died that day – and the Village of Los Ranchos

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Crucen’s shop wins national recognition Christophe Chino Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces businesswomen Marsha Cowen has been sewing and making quilts since she was 5, and now has more than 50 years of experience. Her passion turned from a hobby to her life’s work and a decade ago she opened the store Bernina Sewing and

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Aggies host Panthers in home opener Bulletin report The opening game was supposed to be rough, and it was. New Mexico State University’s football team fell 61-13 at the University of Florida, Saturday, Sept. 5. The Aggies, though, get a chance for a fresh start as they play their home opener and their first Sun

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