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The decision 16 years ago to choose diversion of the Gila River over water conservation and restoration projects resulted in a promise that was always going to remain out of reach: new water. more
No, that’s not a typo in the headline. Yes, we Americans love our independence, both as individuals and as a nation, and we’re right to celebrate it on July 4 and every other day. 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
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
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
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
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
When the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM)decided to close our office one Friday afternoon in March and work from home, we weren’t sure what to expect. more
Do government officials get to tell the people protesting against them how, when and where they can protest? more
When someone proclaims “Black Lives Matter,” a common response is, “All Lives Matter.” And that is certainly true. more
Fans of horror movies know there are always early scenes that tip you off to the terrible things that will come later. I had that feeling last week as I watched the press conference held by prosecutors in Minnesota. more
We send our deepest condolences to the family of Mr. George Floyd. His life should not have been taken under the knee of one who took the oath to serve and … more
Without question, COVID-19 has plunged us into far more than a health crisis. 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
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
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
In the wee hours of the morning on Feb. 19, the New Mexico House of Representatives voted to give final approval to a $7.6 billion state budget, an increase in spending of about 8 percent from the previous year. more
As a lifelong asthmatic, I went to work from home before the governor shut down the state and ordered social distancing. 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
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
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