Patsy Ramierz, NMSU freshman majoring in accounting, contributes to the Goals, Hopes and Dreams board on the campus’s International Mall Aug. 16, the fall semester’s first day of class.   The board is sponsored by Aggies for Christ.  For more back-to-school scenes, see page 28. Bulletin Photo by Steve MacIntyre

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New Mexico State University students returned to classes Wednesday, Aug. 16, as the campus awoke from its summer slumber. Photos by Steve Macintyre

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Bulletin Report Roughly every 18 months or so, a total solar eclipse happens somewhere on the globe. For the first time in 26 years, this supernatural event comes to America – but the path of totality is only about 70 miles wide starting in Oregon and ending in South Carolina. The rest of the country

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By Phile Wilke For the Bulletin Dodge Intrepid SE died recently in El Paso, Texas, from terminal cooling system failure. He was 15. “Red,” as he was affectionately known, lived a long and full life. He was on the verge of rolling over to 190,000 miles and had been in the family since 40,000 miles.

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Connie Chapman and Margot Leverett share a flame during an impromptu candlelight vigil in Plaza de Las Cruces Aug. 13, the day after a political demonstration in Virginia turned violent, resulting in three deaths and numerous injuries. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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By Tracy Roy Las Cruces Bulletin The Republication Party of Doña Ana County (DARP) announced Tuesday, Aug. 15, that Victor Contreras will serve as interim chairman until a committee can convene to elect a new chairperson. Former chairman Roman Jimenez resigned this week after backlash over a post made on the DARP Facebook page. Jimenez

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By Alta LeCompte, Las Cruces Bulletin. At the outset, Griff Allen of Lost Cruces Escape Room sounds like a typical business owner sharing a simple mission statement. “We are in the experience business,” Allen said during a recent interview. “We want people to go out the door wanting to come back and wanting to come

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Debbi Moore’s father, a veteran, taught her to be respectful of the military, which is why the Las Cruces Greater Chamber of Commerce director was happy to kick off the Military Update Luncheon Aug. 2 at the New Mexico State University Fulton Center. “We thank you for your protection of us and your full support

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