Bulletin Report Dissatisfied with U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce’s (R-NM) perceived lack of accessibility and face-to-face communication, a group of Las Cruces and Truth or Consequences citizens will stage a fake town hall meeting. The event, complete with a stand-in wearing a Pearce face mask, will take place outside Pearce’s Telshor Boulevard offices at 1 p.m.

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Editor’s note: This is the second of an 11-part series detailing Las Cruces Utilities’ 11-week Lush and Lean workshops educating citizens how to maintain a garden while being conscientious of water usage. By SUZANNE MICHAELS For the Bulletin Don’t call it “dirt” around Bill Lindemann. “Dirt is what you have on your shoes and under your

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Bulletin Report When a classmate at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine in Las Cruces sent Humza, Haris and Harris Ahmed a casting call for movie extras, they took it as more of a joke than anything. Thinking nothing would come of it, they sent an email to the casting director and were almost immediately

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Editor’s note: This is the first of an 11-part series detailing Las Cruces Utilities’ 11-week Lush and Lean workshops educating citizens how to maintain a garden while being conscientious of water usage. By Suzanne Michaels For the Bulletin Landscape architect David Cristiani describes himself as an Air Force brat who has lived all over the country.

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Bulletin Report The New Mexico State Senate voted 30 -10 to require that one of the five New Mexico State University (NMSU) regents have a degree or at least experience in agriculture. The bill requires that one of the five regents have a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate in the fields of agriculture, agriculture systems management, animal

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Bulletin Report On Feb. 22, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) endorsed Senate Bill 315, which, if passed, will make sharing emergency medical services (EMS) easier in New Mexico and other states. Sponsored by Sen. Sander Rue (R-Bernalillo), the bill was introduced in the New Mexico Legislature earlier this month. It would allow New

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Bulletin Report On Feb. 22, the New Mexico State Senate voted unanimously to confirm Lynn Gallagher as Cabinet Secretary of the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). Gallagher was appointed as secretary designate by Gov. Susana Martinez following the passing of Secretary Retta Ward in March 2016. Prior to her appointment, Gallagher served as deputy

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Bulletin Report One state senator on Wednesday is proposing a tax overhaul bill whose provisions, he says, could be the cure-all for the state’s budget crisis. Sen. William Sharer (R-Farmington) would cut out most taxes state and local taxes and replace them with a flat two-percent tax on things people buy. Sharer says studies show

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