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LAS CRUCES - Those who enjoy partying late into the night in a friendly environment can look for the new night club inside The Ramada Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham, 201 E. University … more
LAS CRUCES - Partnership continues to drive innovative ways to better connect education to employment for students in Doña Ana County, including the much-discussed closing of the “soft … more
LAS CRUCES - After several years of planning and construction, the Courtyard by Marriott Las Cruces hotel is scheduled to open Friday, July 5. Located at 456 E. University Ave.,  just west of … more
LAS CRUCES - Driving down West Picacho Avenue, you may have noticed a rather large pink polka-dotted elephant greeting passersby from the side of the road.   This elephant is just one of the … more
By Cassie McClure and Suzanne Michaels~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~For the Bulletin~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~LAS CRUCES - Small changes can have a big impact. An easy, conscious choice is saying “no” to plastic … more
By Mike Cook~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~Las Cruces Bulletin~NEWLINE~~NEWLINE~LAS CRUCES - The City of Las Cruces continues to offer matching funds to downtown Las Cruces businesses that make infrastructure … more
~NEWLINE~ Picacho Coffee Roasters has opened for business at 200 West Conway Ave. in Mesilla Park. Owner Chad Morris pours a fresh drip-roast Saturday, June 22.~NEWLINE~BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE … more
By Avra ElliottFor the BulletinWhile the world of health insurance can change quickly, it is still the law to have health insurance this year.For … more
LAS CRUCES - A new Mexican restaurant recently opened in Las Cruces in a somewhat unexpected location. Sharing a building with Baskin-Robins, Mari Boquitas Café and More, 1494 Missouri … more
[caption id="attachment_28374" align="aligncenter" width="3500"] BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYREBritany Mixer and Betsy Hoxworth from local company Fresh Chile Co. hand out samples of their medium … more
[caption id="attachment_28524" align="aligncenter" width="2000"] BULLETIN PHOTO BY MICHAEL SCANLONRob Baur, store manager at Toucan Market, pauses at the deli case in the store. Baur’s dad, store … more
[caption id="attachment_28588" align="aligncenter" width="2824"] Mountain View Market Co+op’s weekly Thursday night $3 dinners are very popular events.[/caption]Mountain View … more
Editor’s note: 20th in a series on businesses impacted by the road reconstruction project on Valley Drive. On Monday, June 24, residents of Las Cruces City Council District 4 gathered at … more
BY ALEXIA SEVERSONLas Cruces BulletinLAS CRUCES - Stepping into Icebox Brewing Company, you may feel like you’ve left town. With exposed ductwork, concrete floors, an … more
It looks similar to other City of Las Cruces trucks you see on the streets, except for the attachment on the front that might cause you to take another look. Hanging from the front end of the truck, six little rubber cones are swaying on a rack. It’s the Las Cruces Utilities (LCU) Gas “sniffer truck” making its rounds testing for any natural gas leaks from underground pipes. more
By Cassie McClure and Suzanne MichaelsFor the BulletinThe oranges are stacked neatly, customers are greeted with a friendly “hello!” when they walk in, and Yelp lists … more
If the City of Las Cruces, Doña Ana County and its other funding partners are the production team, the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) is the sales and marketing team. MVEDA’s goal is to create economic development opportunities and enhance the wealth of the county and its residents, said MVEDA President and CEO Davin Lopez, who took the helm at the nonprofit in February 2009. more
BULLETIN REPORTLAS CRUCES - As downtown streets open to two-way traffic, the back-in only parking spots will be available, city Business Development Administrator Mandy Guss said. … more
Marc Wright walked along Valley Drive in amazement. He hadn’t been back in Las Cruces for 25 years, and while he expected changes, he didn’t expect the bike lanes on Valley. The street holds a special meaning for him: back in 1986, his father, Clayton D. Wright, was riding a bicycle along Valley Drive when he was struck and killed, in front of Fire Station 3. more
Alexia SeversonLas Cruces BulletinRoberto Trigo, a Las Cruces dentist, finds joy in being able to pass by the long line of cars stuck at the stoplight on his bicycle – … more
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