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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
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
LAS CRUCES - Doña Ana County Clerk Amanda Lopez-Askin reminded Las Cruces residents that ranked-choice voting that will be in place in the mayor’s race and races for two seats on the … more
New Mexico is invited to Meteoric Truth or Consequences Oct. 18-20 for a desert carnival for the mind including films, art, sound, ideas and revelry. Event organizer Kyle Cunningham said he is excited to bring new ways of storytelling to Truth or Consequences, working with local artists and filmmakers as well as friends from New York to bring a truly eclectic event to New Mexico. more
A few months ago, El Caldito Soup Kitchen surpassed two million meals served to homeless, hungry and needy clients since it was established in 1984. more
It’s less than 10 miles from downtown to the Las Cruces International Airport. But, while one is a picture of vibrant growth and activity, the other is “a fairly blank canvas,” to quote Airport Administrator Andy Hume, who may be the single most important asset the two entities have in common. more
LAS CRUCES - Lynn Community Middle School invites the Las Cruces community to come out and meet the Lynn Family with  an amazing lineup of activities during the Lynn spectacular at Barnes and … more
LAS CRUCES - Across the street from the homes it has built during the past two years, Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity (MVHH) broke ground on five new homes Tuesday evening, Oct. 1. The … more
“The reception has been very, very positive from teachers and administrators across the district,” Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent Karen Trujillo said in a Sept. 23 interview. more
The Good Samaritan Society – Las Cruces Village celebrates its 40th year the week of Oct. 14-18. more
Incumbents and challengers will face off for three seats on the Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation District (DASWCD) Board of Supervisors in the 2019 combined local election ballot. more
Early voting begins Tuesday, Oct. 8 for the 2019 election during which Las Cruces voters will choose the mayor, three members of the city council, presiding municipal judge; two members of the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education; and three members of the Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation Board of Supervisors. Also on the ballot will be a $16 million general obligation bond for Doña Ana Community College and a $10 million three-million levy question for Las Cruces Public Schools. more
Whether you vote early or on election day – Tuesday, Nov. 5 – don’t forget that this year’s combined ballot includes, in addition to candidates for city offices, school board and soil and water conservation district, both a $16 million bond issue for Doña Ana Community College (see Sept. 20 Bulletin) and a three-mill levy for Las Cruces Public Schools. more
The recent arrest of a man suspected of impersonating a federal law enforcement officer has prompted Las Cruces police to ask residents for information on similar incidents involving the same individual. more
LAS CRUCES - Las Cruces entrepreneur and professional planner Naoma Staley has launched an online community calendar that she hopes will help area residents of all ages and interests find out … more
Seventeen students from Las Cruces Academy, a private school in Mesilla, participated in the global climate strike, along with millions of people around the world, on Friday, Sept. 20. Following in the footsteps of Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist leading the global movement, the students stood outside of Mesilla Town Hall, waving signs encouraging community members to take climate change seriously. more
This year’s Women of Distinction, selected by the Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest, are Julia Brown, Kay Brilliant, Jean Gilbert, Ana Mangino, Mary Lou Brown and Revolution 120. They were honored at a luncheon Sept. 17 at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. more
You could almost feel the spirit of Clarence Fielder in Branigan Cultural Center Saturday, Sept. 21, at a gathering to honor his legacy and his dream of preserving African American history. Fielder, who died in 2015 at age 87, was a Las Cruces teacher and New Mexico State University professor for more than 50 years. On Saturday, a digital archive of his life and the history and preservation of his beloved Phillips Chapel was donated to the City of Las Cruces Museum System. more
LAS CRUCES - Tickets are on sale for the 31st annual Dress the Child event, 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave. Tickets are $65 each or $650 for a … more
LAS CRUCES - Robert Palacios is a young candidate who is part of an old family. Palacios, 29, is running for the District 4 seat on the Las Cruces City Council. He is is a fourth-generation Las … more
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