Bulletin Report Comcast announced March 1 it is increasing the speeds for existing customers in Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Farmington, Gallup, Los Alamos and Silver City at no additional cost. Customers can stream shows, video chat or use at least four devices at once and can expect download speeds to increase from 50 Mbps

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Bulletin Report The Las Cruces Museum system is searching for art submissions for Branigan Cultural Center to display in 2018. The center will display exhibits in four different spaces ranging from 700-square-feet to 1,400-square feet. Preference will be given to exhibitions demonstrating strong connections to the cultural and historical heritage of the Mesilla Valley and

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Bulletin Report A New Mexico grade school built during the Jim Crow years was listed in the National Register of Historic Places during Black History Month, the New Mexico Historic Preservation Division announced on Feb. 28. The Paul Laurence Dunbar Elementary School in Vado near the Mexico border was built in 1926, the same year

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Bulletin Report Las Cruces’ Women’s Economic Self-sufficiency Team (WESST) will host a presentation to help small-business owners understand the state’s gross-receipts tax. The presentation will start at 11:30 a.m. Friday, March 3, in the Roadrunner Room on the second floor of Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E. Picacho.Mary Anne Quesada, with the Small Business Development

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Bulletin Report The Las Cruces Board of Education’s newly appointed and reelected members will be sworn into office at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, in the LCPS Administration Building Board Room, 505 S. Main, Loretto Towne Centre by Third Judicial District Judge Fernando Macias. Ray Jaramillo, Terrie Dallman and Maria Flores were elected earlier this

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Bulletin Report For the sixth consecutive year, Doña Ana County’s annual outside audit has come back with zero findings of deficiencies in processes and protocols. During today’s regular meeting of the Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners – at which the audit was presented – District 3 Commissioner Benjamin L. Rawson noted that Doña Ana

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Bulletin Report The Doña Ana County Illegal Dumping Partnership (IDP) announced its new mascot, Lizzie the Lizard. The lively mascot will join Carlos the Coyote in the IDP’s efforts to expand community involvement and youth education. “Youth education is incredibly important to us and our partners,” said Vicki Lusk, manager of Doña Ana County Animal

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Editor’s note: This is the third 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 Most people look at stormwater as a problem that must be pulled away from developed property as quickly

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