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New Mexico State University Athletics will hold a news conference at 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 18, where Director of Athletics Mario Moccia will discuss the search for the NM State new head men’s basketball coach in more detail at that time. Moccia will explain the process and will answer questions as the search has started for the next men’s basketball head coach for the Aggies.

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Colorful for a cause Runners take off at the starting line in the Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico’s annual CAAtch Me if You Can Color Dash 5K fun run Saturday, April 9, in the tailgating lot at Aggie Memorial Stadium. A noncompetitive, family-friendly event, participants are splashed with colored corn starch as they run, walk or prance the route. Dawn Z. Hommer, CEO of Community Action Agency, said all the proceeds from the event stay in the ...

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Council aims to push up the ‘pathetic’ voter turnout By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Republicans and Democrats may be bashing each other in presidential primaries, but here in Doña Ana County, members of the two major political parties are joining forces to increase voter awareness and turnout. Prominent members of both local parties came together last year to form the nonpartisan county Election Advisory Council (EAC). In March, the council ...

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Complaints against police continue to decline By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin From July 1 to Dec. 31, 2015, a total of 42 allegations of misconduct were filed 8 against officers of the Las Cruces Police Department, and fewer than 20 of those were sustained upon investigation. That information came from Kym Craven of Public Safety Strategies Group (PSSG) of West Townsend, Massachusetts, the company hired in August 2014 to review the LCPD Professional Standards ...

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Ag football set for final spring clash Bulletin report If you’re craving live football, your last chance for several months can be found at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 16 at Aggie Memorial Stadium. NMSU’s football team will hold its annual Spring Game to end spring practice and cast an eye toward summer conditioning. Admission is free. The athletics department marketing staff will provide free, limited- edition posters as attendees ...

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Dichos de mi Madre’ finds power in the everyday By Zak Hansen For the Las Cruces Bulletin A father’s discarded fork. A mother’s fresh tortillas. A fried egg cooked on a humble sarten. What is the weight these things carry? This power of the everyday is the foundation of native Las Crucen, writer, storyteller, art educator and advocate Irene Oliver-Lewis’ one-woman show “Cecilia- isms: Dichos de mi ...

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From the Ground Up This is the fourth installment in a series that chronicles the building of a New Mexican home, from the ground up. By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruces Bulletin During the last week of March, 2016, the home site was prepared for the pouring of the foundation. The foundation is the term used to describe the concrete slab that will be the home’s base. RT concrete Works brought in a cement mixer and 15 workers to ...

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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction workshop begins April 21 By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “Mindfulness is my personal experience to settle more with thing as they are, things I can’t change – like who’s running for president or dealing with terrorism,” said Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) instructor Gerri January. January will offer her third MSBR workshop series beginning Thursday, April 21 and continuing each Thursday evening for the following eight weeks. All classes ...

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