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“Marriage Story,” (2019) is full of pain, angst, regrets and anguish, but it’s also full of moments that reach into the heart and make you say, “Yes!” The film starts with lists the two … more
The elder gentlemen settled into courtside seats behind tables after the NMSU Aggies defeated Utah Valley Feb. 15 on a last-second shot by Jabari Rice. more
The Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce stands in solidarity with Black Americans and people of all ethnicities, cultures, religions, genders, and orientations to oppose all forms of racism, persecution and discrimination. more
If even some of the employee claims and suits turn into settlements in the price range of the one for Duran, it could easily cost the district more than $1 million, not including attorneys’ fees. No matter how the separation with Ewing turns out, it will likely cost the district at least a quarter of a million dollars. And with Trinity, the district believes it spent $772,000 it shouldn’t have. more
Habit can be a powerful thing. Maybe it’s the most powerful thing. Great athletes are talented, yes, but the most successful ones create the habits of working out, of practicing, of studying opponents. Top business people develop habits that keep them learning, growing and improving. more
Here at the Las Cruces Bulletin, as many workplaces do, we view our colleagues as family. We’ve got a pretty small staff, but three of us have worked here 10 years or more and four others have worked here between five and 10 years. more
In October, a representative for Public Safety Strategies Group, a private firm based out of Maryland that had been hired by the city to conduct regular police audits, presented an update to the city council. It did not go well. more
At the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce’s annual Las Cruces Day in Santa Fe last week, several entities presented their wants and needs to state legislators and administrators. More than 125 Las Crucens also made the trip, learning more about the community in the bargain. more
I still remember the day my dad taught me about the importance of a handshake. more
What is the best thing about running a small business? Most business owners and operators will tell you the best thing is the customers. more
During all the craziness, health concerns and economic slide of the Coronavirus Times, I’ve found periodic comfort in the knowledge there are still plenty of good things unaffected by the disease. more
“The farmer has always been a peasant.” – Richard Blinco, Idaho When the market crashed in 1975, Richard had a ranch, feedlot, dairy, potatoes, alfalfa and a packing house. Here we sit 45 years later, and not much has changed. more
“Where do you draw the line?” my friend asked, as we watched a news clip of Confederate monuments being removed. It’s a fair question, given the recent toppling of a monument dedicated to Ulysses S. Grant in San Francisco. more
We must sell it, I told Mother, for we really have no other choice. The price is much too dear to harbor any doubt. more
As I shelter-in-place at my computer, I’m glancing out the window noticing the bright sunshine and warm temps, wishing I were on the golf course. more
How do candidates running for office for the first time introduce themselves to the public at a time when public introductions can be deadly? more
The literal upending of our collective lives in response to COVID-19 has given us a new-found appreciation for basic things to which we used to not give even a second thought, like toilet paper, … more
Both wildfire and coronavirus are contagions. Both derive their power from their capacity to propagate. Both seem to have mutated from routine seasonal varieties into something meaner, the product of people changing how they live on the land. more
As a kid growing up in Deming, Trevor Hodgkins found a magic box in his grandparents’ Winnebago. It was an 8-track tape player. more
The New Mexico Open Meetings Act requires the Las Cruces City council and other government entities to provide notice before each meeting and access to see and hear what is happening during each meeting. more
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