Workers, business owners debate minimum wage at Council work session By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin It’s a hot topic, but it was a very polite discussion Monday, July 13, as the Las Cruces City Council held a work session and listened to members of the public discuss the impact of the city ordinance passed last December that raised the local minimum wage. According to City Treasurer Mark Krawczyk, on Dec. 1, 2014, ...

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Can Ag football exploit talent? For a football team on a 10-game losing streak and considered one with a big hill to climb – cbssports.com ranks New Mexico State University No. 123 out of 128 teams in the country – NMSU has still found respect in the form of preseason award nominees. The Aggies, 2-10 in 2014, enter their 2015 campaign with several potential all stars. Let’s take a look: ...

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Mesilla Summer Music Series kicks off Friday evening By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin The town of Mesilla is a destination and draw year-round thanks to its numerous festivals and happenings – from its bi-weekly farmers and crafts market Friday and Sunday afternoons to its annual cultural festivals celebrating the town’s hundreds of years of tradition – and beginning this Friday, add a new one to that list as the Mesilla Summer Music Series ...

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Video Protesters rallied at noon, Wednesday July 15, in front of Rep. Steve Pearce’s Las Cruces office to speak out against a bill organizers say will strip protections away from Mexican gray wolves. They say the legislation, H.R. 2910, would nullify two federal rules that list the Mexican wolf as an endangered subspecies and prescribe management of the reintroduced population that spans the New Mexico and Arizona state border.

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0710Homes01 By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The percussive fireworks ringing in the summer have exhaled into smoke, and the bright, dogstar days have settled in. Despite the heat, the season brings a gravel- hunger for traveling and being outside. In southern New Mexico, residents and visitors don’t have to travel far to be able to appreciate sleeping in the great outdoors. Even with only a weekend or a single night, the Mesilla ...

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Want to run for mayor or city council? File Sept. 22 for Nov. 3 election By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Before you start deciding among Hilary, Jeb, Bernie and Marco in the 2016 presidential race, there’s a city election coming up later this year that will decide the mayor, three of the six members of the Las Cruces City Council and the presiding municipal judge. The non-partisan election will be ...

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Under the stars, close to home By Marissa Bond The Las Cruces Bulletin The percussive fireworks ringing in the summer have exhaled into smoke, and the bright, dogstar days have settled in. Despite the heat, the season brings a gravel- hunger for traveling and being outside. In southern New Mexico, residents and visitors don’t have to travel far to be able to appreciate sleeping in the great outdoors. Even with only a weekend ...

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Service through training, access Crossroads Acupuncture offers affordable care and support to providers By Craig Massey For the Las Cruces Bulletin Whether it’s using acupuncture to relieve pain, seek behavioral health solutions or provide a venue to promote artists, Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare is about serving people. Established three years ago by Ryan Bemis, the nonprofit organization does business as Crossroads Acupuncture at its clinic at 130 S. Main Street. Bemis moved to Las Cruces ...

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