Tree stewards enhance urban forest By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The City of Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department is beginning a new cycle of its Tree Stewards Program beginning Tuesday, Sept. 15. The program, which is in its fourth cycle, was started in June of 2012. “Its purpose was to recruit and train volunteers from the community who really understand how critical trees are to the community, and ...

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Jack Eakman Portrait Small Bulletin report Jack Eakman hopes to be the next City Councillor for District 4. Less than a week after Nathan Small said he would not seek a third term for the seat, Eakman sent out a release Monday, Aug. 24 to announce his candidacy. “Everywhere I look, I see opportunity and I want to be a part of realizing our great potential as a city,” Eakman said in a statement. Eakman reports ...

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High school football is here Bulletin report Sounds of bands keeping the beat, cheerleaders belting out witty rhymes and a raucous crowd hooting and hollering will fill the air for the next three months or so. Yep, high school football season has returned. Friday, Aug. 28 all the Las Cruces area schools start their seasons. In town, at the Field of Dreams, cross-town programs Oñate and Centennial clash. Last year ...

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Jack Eakman Portrait Small Bulletin report Jack Eakman hopes to be the next City Councillor for District 4. Less than a week after Nathan Small said he would not seek a third term for the seat, Eakman sent out a release Monday, Aug. 24 to announce his candidacy. “Everywhere I look, I see opportunity and I want to be a part of realizing our great potential as a city,” Eakman said in a statement. Eakman reports ...

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Earth builders utilize desert soil to create lasting homes By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: This article is from the Life is Good in Las Cruces Community Guide, which is now available. The high desert vastness, patched green only by lowcrouched shrubs and spindling cacti, seems as unlikely a place to find the materials to build a home as an ocean. The Earthbuilder’s Guild sees promise, however, in the sun-baked ...

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Try a little peace Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction makes its way to southern New Mexico By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin If you suffer from chronic pain, depression, anxiety, fear or a host of other long-term physical and emotional ills, there’s a program right here in Las Cruces that may be able to help you to help yourself. It’s not a magic elixir or a mystical incantation or some new-fangled religion, and it’s not expensive. ...

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Scaffolding Theatre Co. brings ‘Passion’ to Rio Grande By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin With two wildly successful and critically adored productions under its belt in just its first year, Las Cruces’ Scaffolding Theatre Company is fast becoming a respected force in the local theater community; this weekend, as it mounts its third production, Scaffolding will become an institution. For three shows throughout the weekend, Friday through Sunday, Aug. 21-23, Scaffolding is ...

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LCHS QB ready for senior campaign By Krysta Quinonez Las Cruces Bulletin Kameron Miller, senior quarterback at Las Cruces High School and son of head coach Jim Miller, is ready to enjoy his last season with the Bulldawgs. “I love being a ‘Dawg and I love my team,” he said. “The coaching staff is great and everyone gets along. We’re all brothers. We’re one heartbeat.” The Bulldawgs, who finished 6-6 last year ...

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