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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
The League of Women Voters of New Mexico (LWVNM) urges Governor Lujan Grisham, the Public Education Department (PED), and the Legislature to withdraw their motion to dismiss court oversight of the Yazzie/Martinez Compliance and to invest in priority funding for education in New Mexico. 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
It arched across the cloudless sky like someone throwin' chum. 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
(PUBLISHER’S NOTE: We learned at presstime that the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, New Mexico, originally planned to re-open May 15, but was halted by the governor’s office, which said … more
"Hey buddy, maybe you'll rope better after your horse foals. Ha ha!" "Thanks, pal. I had a horse like yours once. But his brain was so small his head caved in and he bit his own ears off! Look … more
  I have spent my career fighting to reduce preventable deaths. It has been my life’s work educating communities across New Mexico and the country about the dangers and consequences of … more
Mary Kay Papen has always been a woman of boundless energy. Her skills and insights have established her as a knowledgeable and reliable leader. She is widely respected by her colleagues and is only … more
We consider Carrie Hamblen one of our local heroes and wish we could vote for her for senator in District 38. When we moved to Las Cruces, we were happy to find KRWG Radio and TV. When we listened to … more
New Mexico has not escaped the disastrous impact of the Coronavirus pandemic. To date, we’ve had more than 7,000 cases and 300 deaths. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham didn’t wait on guidance … more
It doesn’t have 57,000 names like the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. But there are 33 names that are on both walls. It should mean something to you even if you don’t know any … more
The sport (passion, or affliction) of team roping experienced a terrific boom in popularity years ago with thecreation of an association called United States Team Roping Championships (USTRC). It … more
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