Residents and businesses in the area of Lohman Avenue south to Nevada Avenue, and west from Walnut Street to Solano Drive, will experience a water outage from 9 p.m. Thursday, May 18, to 3 a.m. Friday, May 19, while Las Cruces Utilities replaces two water line distribution valves. Once service is restored, residents may notice

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The four-string Hawaiian box earns its own festival By Mike Cook, Las Cruces Bulletin The first-ever Las Cruces UkeFest is virtually sold out, according to Las Cruces Ukes President Cheryl Fallstead. The only ukulele festival in southern New Mexico takes place Friday through Sunday, May 19 -21, at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage

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Bulletin report Real estate professional Steve Montanez will challenge Gill Sorg for the Distric 5 seat on the Las Cruces City Council, which represents the northeast side of Las Cruces starting from Elks Drive east up Highway 70 to the Porter and Holman area. Montanez, a 17-year Las Cruces resident, was born and raised in

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Cinco … Seis … Siete … de Mayo Crystal Contreras from La Academia Dolores Huerta Conjunto Program sings for the crowd Saturday in Old Mesilla. Cinco de Mayo, the annual celebration of Mexican culture, fell on Friday this year, so the appointed weekend events graced Plaza de Mesilla on May 6 and 7. For more

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “If you go see “You Can’t Take It With You” at Las Cruces Community Theatre – and you really, really should – you will understand why this play continues to be revived on stage and screen after almost 80 years; and why the LCCT production is so good and

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Happening now: Area law-enforcement agencies honor officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty with a memorial service. A memorial procession begins at 9 a.m. from the parking lot of Mesilla Community Church, the former K-Mart location on El Paseo Road. The procession will end at the Las Cruces Convention Center on

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Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre Las Cruces’ Favorite Daughter Bri Bagwell commands the stage at the fifth annual Las Cruces Country Music Festival Saturday, April 29, in Downtown Las Cruces. Bagwell and her band, The Banned, alternately rocked and serenaded the large crowd in a triumphant return to her hometown. Bagwell’s red boots (inset) are

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By Suzanne Michaels For the Las Cruces Bulletin Water is flowing fast and furious in the Rio Grande near Las Cruces; in some areas, it’s almost gone over the river banks. The water was released just a few days ago from Elephant Butte reservoir to irrigate farm lands to the south. Along with the sight

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