‘Fear not’ BULLETIN PHOTO BY POLO ORTA Hours after two explosive devices were detonated at Calvary Baptist Church and Holy Cross Catholic Church in Las Cruces, members of Las Cruces clergy, including Rev. José Martin Alcántar, Parochial Vicar at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Rev. Jared Carson of Peace Lutheran Church, left, Monsignor John Anderson of Holy Cross, and Fr. Jim Lehman of Holy Family American National Catholic Church, join in prayer with members of the Las Cruces community ...

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City Councillor Miguel Silva to run for mayor By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Miguel Silva hopes to be the next mayor of Las Cruces. After eight years on the Las Cruces City Council representing District 1, Silva has thrown his hat into the ring in this year’s mayoral election. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. SILVA Current Mayor Ken Miyagishima was first elected in 2007, and was re-elected in 2011, but has not yet revealed whether he will seek a third term. Miyagishima ...

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DACC regains nursing accreditation By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “We’re back in business,” New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers said Wednesday Aug. 5. Carruthers joined Doña Ana Community College President Renay Scott at a news conference to announce DACC’s associate nursing program has received initial national accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. DACC’s program lost accreditation in 2012. “This is a banner day for New ...

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miguel By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Miguel Silva hopes to be the next mayor of Las Cruces. After eight years on the Las Cruces City Council representing District 1, Silva has thrown his hat into the ring in this year’s mayoral election. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Current Mayor Ken Miyagishima was first elected in 2007, and was re-elected in 2011, but has not yet revealed whether he will seek a third term. Miyagishima said he’ll make ...

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IMG_7540 Aaliyah Dominguez, 11, holds up signs Sunday morning at the corner of Alameda Boulevard and Ethel Avenue warning parishioners that mass at Holy Cross Catholic Church was cancelled in the wake of an explosion detonated in a trash can at the entrance of the church at approximately 8:30 a.m. Bulletin photo by Marissa Bond

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aa prayer In reaction to a pair of church bombing Sunday, Aug. 2, clergy and other Las Crucens participate in an interfaith prayer gathering Sunday evening at Pioneer Park. Bulletin photo by Polo Orta

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AAAA church Las Cruces Bulletin Two explosions shut down two different churches in Las Cruces Sunday morning, Aug. 2. An explosion took place at Calvary Baptist Church at 1800 S Locust St., about 8 a.m. and nearly a half an hour later an explosion took place across town at Holy Cross Catholic Church at 1327 N Miranda St. Both churches were evacuated and police report there were no injuries. Both Locust and Miranda Streets were close. Resident ...

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By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin The Las Cruces City Council heard widespread support for the construction of a soundstage at its Monday, July 27, 2015 work session. Building the city’s first commercial soundstage is one of the projects being considered by the city council as a way to create economic development opportunities in Las Cruces. The city has earmarked a portion of the three-eighths percent hold harmless gross receipts tax (HHGRT) put in place July 2014 that will result from revenue bonds ...

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