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For the love of heart month February is National Heart Month, and Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine student Rebecca Rubin, dressed as a healthy heart, greets patrons of the Mesilla Valley Mall Sunday, Feb. 10, during the national Texas Two-Step CPR: Save a Life Campaign 2019. Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre

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Alicia Keyes, state economic development secretary, Speaks Friday, Feb. 1, at an event to announce that a video game startup, Ganymede Games, will locate in downtown Las Cruces. Seated are Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima, New Mexico State University Chancellor Dan Arvizu, New Mexico Partnership CEO Tim Nitti, and Ganymede Games CEO and founder Jerry Prochazka. (Bulletin photo by Michael Scanlon)Alicia Keyes, state economic development secretary, Speaks Friday, Feb. 1, at an event ...

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Doña Ana County Historical Society member David Thomas pauses outside the Rio Grande Theatre Feb. 2 after presenting at the first Pat Garrett Western Heritage Festival sponsored by Visit Las Cruces. The event offered a fresh perspective on the infamous sheriff who resided in Doña Ana County for 12 years before he was shot to death in February 1908. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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LCPDLAS CRUCES – The woman killed in Saturday morning’s crash at the intersection of Spruce Avenue and Walnut Street has been identified as 26-year-old Naomi Brandi Flores of Las Cruces. The crash occurred about 2:20 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 2. Preliminary information from the investigation indicates that Flores was a backseat passenger in a 1995 Chevrolet pickup that was traveling north along Walnut Street. All indications point that the 26-year-old man who was driving ...

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The Las Cruces Municipal Court building, 135 E. Griggs Ave., had its cornerstone laid in 1917 and is on the state register of cultural properties. (Bulletin photo by Mike Cook)The Las Cruces Municipal Court building, 135 E. Griggs Ave., had its cornerstone laid in 1917 and is on the state register of cultural properties. (Bulletin photos by Mike Cook)The historic building that some long-time residents still refer to it as “the old post ...

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