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BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYREVolunteer Sheila Alberson puts Zena, a Yorkie Terrier, into a traveling unit for safe passage to Montana and Idaho on the “Dog is my … more
By Mike CookLas Cruces BulletinLAS CRUCES - The City of Las Cruces’ new downtown back-in angle parking is a simple and easy three-step process. Plus, it saves … more
Close readers of The Bulletin’s news section will notice something missing from the March 27 edition: The Coming Up news-and-events calendar. The number and scope of cancellations related to … more
By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin On the first weekend of each October since 2000, the Mesilla plaza has hosted a … more
Bulletin reportSome Las Cruces Democrats are putting their support for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton front and center.Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Sen. Joseph … more
Billy G. Garrett, Doña Ana County Commissioner, is running for Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico in the 2018 Democratic Primary. Garrett will hold a press conference to talk about … more
By Mike CookLas Cruces BulletinLAS CRUCES - Talk about the letter of the law.A proposal to change the name of Motel Boulevard to Pat Garrett … more
Council adopts Amador blueprint By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin During a more than four-hour meeting Monday afternoon, Oct. 5, the Las Cruces City Council adopted the … more
Doña Ana Community College professor in business and marketing, Susan Williams, hugs a student in celebration of the 2016 DACC Commencement, Thursday, May 12. For more … more
A special project of the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department Traffic Division recorded 170 citations between Oct. 3 and Oct. 7 along a targeted section of U.S. 70 between Roadrunner Parkway and … more
Bulletin ReportLAS CRUCES - The Las Cruces Academy (LCA) announces the excellent results from a recent administration of the Iowa Assessments, a widely used set of standardized … more
“I have new directions to go and I’m excited by that,” outgoing Las Cruces City Councilor Greg Smith said in a Dec. 4 interview. Smith gave up the council seat he has held for the last eight years to run for mayor, and said he has no regrets about that decision, even though he didn’t win. more
SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court today ordered a temporary moratorium on evictions for inability to pay rent during the COVID-19 public health emergency.   Under the Court’s … more
By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin If you are busted for texting while driving, or if the codes department deems the weeds … more
Bulletin report For the first time ever, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office will be open on the Memorial Day holiday, … more
Bulletin reportThe New Mexico State University men’s and women's basketball teams were both voted as the favorite to win the Western Athletic Conference in the … more
[caption id="attachment_26498" align="alignleft" width="500"] Kendra Sandoval, 4, competed in the 3 to 4 age division dressed as a princess on a unicorn in the Mesilla Valley Mall Halloween costume … more
By Mike CookLas Cruces BulletinLAS CRUCES - Lorenzo Zepeda is the City of Las Cruces’ first-ever art program coordinator.Zepeda began his new … more
Las Crucen Clayton Flowers was feted Dec. 17 at a reception hosted by the NAACP Doña Ana County Branch. Flowers, a former Tuskegee Airman, turned 104 on Christmas Day. more
According to the Centers of Disease Control, www.cdc.gov, the national confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 33,404 March 23, to 44,183 March 24. There have been 544 deaths. more
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