J. Paul Taylor Academy moves into new home By Elva K. Österreich Las Cruces Bulletin The sounds of children moving from class to class in the hallways rang for the first time as the J. Paul Taylor Academy’s new building welcomed its wards. Located at 410 W. Court Ave – right next to charter high school Alma de Arte – the building was constructed for the academy by Las Cruces Public Schools and had a ...

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Former mayor Steinborn dies By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin Jeff Steinborn summed up his dad, David, with a simple line: “He was a biggerthan- life guy.” David Steinborn, 79, died Tuesday, Nov. 10 after a second bout with pancreatic cancer. A former mayor of Las Cruces in the 1980s, Steinborn was in Dallas – where he moved in 2008 – surrounded by family when ...

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Latinas in Leadership conference highlights a universal message BY SUSIE OUDERKIRK LAS CRUCES BULLETIN Conferences of all shapes and sizes, representing all sorts of groups, are prolific in the U.S., but there is one right here in Las Cruces that is far more timely and important than the organizers even know. The Latinas in Leadership Conference, which made its debut Sept. 16, spotlights the accomplishments of Latina women in our community and presents a ...

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thumbs Richard Hall Bulletin report Two unsuccessful candidates for office in the 2015 Las Cruces municipal election today filed for a recount of the ballots in five of the 15 voting convenience centers used on Nov. 3. City council candidates Melecio Eli Guzman and Richard Hall’s application for a recount was filed this afternoon with Interim City Clerk Linda Lewis. Guzman, who sought the District 1 city council seat ...

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REN fair dance Bulletin photo by Christopher Belarde Arthur Tillbrook and Mariah Hernandez of the Las Cruces School of Dance and Music perform an Arabian Dance for the Nutcracker during the 2015 Renaissance Arts Fair at Young Park.

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Life balance ‘starts with passion’ Personal reflection leads former NFL safety to new career By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin When Siddeeq Shabazz was playing in the National Football League, he had a great career and was making good money — but he wasn’t happy or fulfilled. “My experience of life was not enjoyable,” he said. With guidance from his older stepbrother, Day Adeogba, who is also his mentor, and a lot of study ...

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Ags hope to build on 1st win Bulletin report Having been bitten by opponents’ rallies more than once this season, New Mexico State University’s football team found the gumption to pull off one of its own. The Aggies — who had not left the field as victors since Sept. 6, 2014 — erased a 30-7 deficit to beat Idaho 55-48 in overtime Saturday, Oct. 31 and snap its 17-game losing streak. ...

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Renaissance ArtsFaire returns for 44th anniversary By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin Hear ye, hear ye! The Doña Ana Arts Council’s annual Renaissance ArtsFaire returns for its 44th year, welcoming lords and ladies of all ages to Young Park for two days of post-medieval mirth and merriment from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8. Since its humble beginnings in 1971 as the Holy Cross ...

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