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Bulletin report According to multiple news outlets, after more than a month of bankruptcy proceedings, Hastings Entertainment will close all stores by Oct. 31. Las Cruces has one Hastings store at 2350 E. Lohman Ave. Hasstings is a multimedia entertainment retailer that combines the sale of new and used books, videos, video games and music. They also offer video and video game rentals. The 126 Hastings stores average about 24,000 square feet, primarily in medium-sized markets throughout the United States, according to ...

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By Justin Bannister For the Bulletin New Mexico State University, along with the New Mexico State Athletics Department, announced today that the equestrian team will be allowed to compete in the 2016-2017 season. This will, however, be the final season for the team to be funded by the university. “Our students are incredibly important to

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Beatin’ the heat Kylee J. Sullivan, 7, eats ice cream she just made during the 13th-Annual Ice Cream Sunday at the The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces on Sunday, July 17. Visitors to the museum’s Ice Cream Sunday event got to make their own ice cream using a plastic bag

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Pets and hot cars: What may be legal may not be good for your pet By Billy Huntsman Las Cruces Bulletin When it comes to leaving animals in cars, there are many gray areas regarding what is legal and what is illegal. As a rule of thumb, pet owners should not only consider what situations

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Police chief celebrates 25 years with LCPD in September By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Las Cruces Police Chief Jaime Montoya said his department will lead a July 25 discussion at city hall on how to build a safer Las Cruces. The meeting, which will be a city council work session, will begin at 1

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Former Aggies head to Summer Olympics Bulletin report With the 2016 Olympics set to begin on Aug. 5 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, New Mexico State Aggie fans will be invested more than usual as three former Aggie women’s golfers take the international stage. Alena Sharp (Canada), Gwladys Nocera (France) and Ursula Wikström (Finland) will

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Kids Opera presents free July 22 performance By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Sixteen children in grades three through eight will present an opera they wrote themselves and will perform at 3 p.m. on Friday, July 22 at the Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. downtown. The opera is entitled “The Plexit,” Saving Pluto,”

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Haciendas at Grace Village snares top ranking Bulletin report The website www.SeniorAdvisor. com has named Haciendas at Grace Village the Best of Assisted Living in Las Cruces for 2016. According to a release, the designation is awarded to fewer than 1 percent of providers nationwide. The SeniorAdvisor.com “Best of” awards recognize senior living and home

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Gary Guzman

Now is the time to plant a shade tree Are you regretting not planting that shade tree you were once contemplating? Is that “hot” wall still unbearable? Do you still have to squint just to walk outside of your home? If you’ve answered “Yes” to any of these questions, don’t despair. You still have plenty

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