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Courtesy photoSurrounded by District Attorney Mark D'Antonio, center, and others check out the election results on a computer. Bulletin … more
[caption id="attachment_26904" align="alignleft" width="2267"] Las Cruces resident Mary Phillips wished the Aggie Men’s Basketball good luck on their way to the NCAA Tournament outside the Pan … more
Six candidates are running for the open board position in District Four of Las Cruces Public Schools: Bill Zarges, Jesus Favela, Jeffrey Silva, Teresa Tenorio, Janice Marie Williams and Margaret Mendoza. We have previously run info on Tenorio, and below are profiles and reports on Zarges, Silva and Favela. We have received no information from Williams or Mendoza, but you can learn about them and other candidates in the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico Voter’s Guide published in the Bulletin Oct. 5. You can access that edition in the Bulletin archives at www.lascrucesbulletin.com. The guide begins on page 39 of the electronic edition. more
While Las Cruces grapples with how to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, government agencies and businesses are adopting their own strategies and contingencies. The landscape is shifting quickly, and the public is advised to make plans accordingly by checking websites and calling ahead before planning activities or outings. more
Isabella SolisBulletin reportDoña Ana County Commission Chairman Wayne Hancock will not have a chance to defend his seat in November. The Democrat from … more
Planned East Mesa Water OutageResidents and businesses along Genesis Lane and Jamison Drive between Mesa Grande and Mesa drives will experience a water outage for four hours beginning at 10 … more
There are four candidates running for the District Five board position of Las Cruces Public Schools: Incumbent Ed Frank, Maria Pacheco, Gloria Martinez and Carol Lynn Cooper. We have previously run info on Martinez, and below are profiles and reports on Frank and Pacheco. We have received no information from Cooper, but you can learn about her and other candidates in the League of Women Voters of Southern New Mexico Voter’s Guide published in the Bulletin Oct. 5. You can access that edition in the Bulletin archives at www.lascrucesbulletin.com. more
Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima is eager for the city council to bring its next city manager on board. The city had 101 applicants for the position. more
From Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Curtis Rosemond: "We realize many of our local businesses are facing the reality of having to lose or cut back staffing. Some … more
By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin A study by America’s Youngest Outcasts found there were more … more
Democrat PrimaryDistrict Attorney Mark D'Antonio - 8,966 James A. Dickens - 6,240State Senator District 36 Jeff Steinborn - … more
State Rep. Jeff Steinborn holds up the Rio Grande Trail sign for 4.5 miles of the La Llorona River Park Trail at 3440 W. Picacho Ave., that was designated … more
Gustavo Flores, 26, of Las Cruces, N.M., was sentenced yesterday in federal court to 120 months in prison followed by five years of supervised release for his conviction on a methamphetamine … more
Nine of the 10 candidates for mayor of Las Cruces talked about doing business with the city at a candidates’ forum sponsored by the three local chambers of commerce Oct. 16. more
The New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service is offering a master food preserver certification course for people interested in becoming certified master food preserver volunteers. Ideally, students participating in the course have already taken food preservation courses and are familiar with most preservation methods. An application must be completed and submitted to their local county Extension office to be considered for the program. more
The Las Cruces Public Schools will follow a three-week statewide school shutdown announced Thursday by the New Mexico Public Education Department. more
New Mexico public education will shift to a learn-at-home model as schools remain closed for the rest of the academic year.  New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham made the announcement … more
Chemistry class at NMSU inspires project By Adriana M. Chavez For the Las Cruces Bulletin Danielle … more
Bulletin reportGov. Susana Martinez announced today that 40 new manufacturing jobs will be available in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County, with the expansion of Pecan Brewery in Las … more
Las Cruces police continue to ask for the public’s help locating a teenage boy who is considered a runaway and has not been seen by family since Feb. 19.Andres … more
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