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The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce wrapped another edition of Las Cruces Days in Santa Fe, the usually annual event that was interrupted the last two years by the pandemic. But … more
At its best, sports can provide lessons to help us in life. At the New Mexico State University football celebration Jan. 21 Downtown at Plaza de Las Cruces, Aggie Coach Jerry Kill called his team … more
Imagine going with some friends to a local restaurant. You’ve checked in and are waiting for your table. Another group walks up to put their name on the list, and the host says to them … more
I like driving to Albuquerque. It’s an easy route, a straight shot, and plenty of opportunities for good stops on the way. And by good stops, I mean great green chile cheeseburgers like the … more
I grew up in Oklahoma not liking pecans. After moving to New Mexico, I had the chance to eat fresh pecans. By fresh, I mean they had been on a tree the day before. And I actually liked them. It … more
At the end of the Quick Lane Bowl on ESPN Dec. 26 in Detroit, New Mexico State University head football coach Jerry Kill was on the turf of Ford Field accepting congratulations from fans and … more
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In this edition of the Bulletin, I continue a tradition carried by one of my mentors, the late Tom Reeves, who published newspapers in California, Colorado and Alamogordo, … more
It’s a variety of things, but most of us would agree the roasting of green chile is the first indicator of autumn in the Mesilla Valley. Usually, it’s still very hot during chile season, … more
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