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Commencement smiles 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 photos, see Page A11.

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Bulletin report Some Las Cruces Democrats are putting their support for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton front and center. Mayor Ken Miyagishima, Sen. Joseph Cervantes, Rep. Bill McCamley and Democratic Committeewoman Joni Gutierrez will join supporters, volunteers and community members to open a Las Cruces organizing office for the group “Hillary for New Mexico.” The official

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Commencement smiles 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 photos, see Page A11.

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For first time ever, votes can be cast on Memorial Day Bulletin report For the first time ever, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s office will be open on the Memorial Day holiday, Monday, May 30, so people can vote early in the 2016 primary election. Memorial Day voting will take place from 8 a.m. to

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Council approves update in impact fees By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin By a 6-1 vote, the Las Cruces City Council approved a resolution granting updates to the city’s public safety development impact fees and capital improvement plan. Councillor Ceil Levatino was the sole vote against the resolution. The vote will mean a fee increase

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Hawks, Knights win titles on the diamond Bulletin report The Centennial High School baseball and softball teams both grabbed 5A state championships at the NMAA tournaments in Albuquerque. The Hawk baseball squad took down Belen, Los Alamos and St. Pius X in the tournament before getting past Goddard 5-4 in the state championship showdown. In

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Summer fun Arts Council offers visual arts, theatre, opera for students By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin If you have a child interested in painting, drawing and other visual arts; in performing on stage as an actor and/or singer; or in learning to build sets, make costumes and design sound and lighting systems, the Doña

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A glass act Bulletin report A stroll through home decorating stores this spring is a testament to the popularity of stained glass, a centuries-old art form. According to Jennifer Kopf, blogger and publisher of Town and County Living online magazine, “The art of stained glass is rising in popularity and it’s not hard to see

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NMSU offers summer fitness tips By Adriana M. Chavez For the Bulletin Friends and family of Amanda Concha, a kinesiology student at New Mexico State University, often seek her out for advice on workout tips and sports-related injuries. But once February rolls around, the questions become less frequent, typically because they start to veer away

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