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Keyword: Richard Coltharp
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I love America. I love the concept of America. I love the diversity of its physical beauty and its people. I love the amazing things we have created. Our ingenuity is boundless. more
Baxter Black died last Friday, June 10. His newspaper column, “On the Edge of Common Sense,” ran here in the Bulletin for many years. It ran in as many as 100 other newspapers at various times and was always one of our most popular features. more
If March 13-15, 2020, was the weekend Covid shut down Las Cruces, then the past weekend May 6-8, 2022, just might go down as the weekend our city fully re-opened. more
Sarah Stegall makes some of the best cookies I’ve ever had. She still makes these chewy, delicious, ginger-molasses delights, but it takes her longer than it used to. more
It happens every year. We think spring has arrived, then we get a snap of cold weather, forcing us to dig out our coats again. more
I’m here to talk about our own New Mexico State University Aggies. more
Tresco Inc. has been working with the developmentally disabled in and around Las Cruces for more than 54 years. Tresco’s Community Support Services, a vital part of its mission, will end June 30, 2022. more
To see him lope down the court, with his unruly beard, and his long hair restrained slightly by a headband, brings to mind the rock guitar legend Jimi Hendrix. more
“There was this thing in 2008,” said John Strain. “You may have heard about it.” That “thing” was the Great Recession, and Strain, a longtime builder in Colorado, was one of the victims, losing his business. more
We’ve heard about Long Covid, the condition where people may face symptoms for a much longer time, possibly all their lives. more
Recently, when I was in Santa Fe distributing the Bulletin’s annual legislative guides in and around the state capitol, I popped into the Roundhouse to observe some government proceedings. more
Jose Herrera has never worn a tuxedo. That will change Sunday, Jan. 30. Jose and his fiancée, Veronica Valencia, will be getting married, courtesy of a giveaway package as part of the Las Cruces Bridal and Special Events Showcase. more
In the last three weeks, we’ve put out the latest editions of three of the Las Cruces Bulletin’s most popular publications. more
When you live at the southern end of the Land of Enchantment, where the high temperatures in December frequently hit the 60s and 70s, it can be hard to get in the Christmas spirit. more
Recently, I had a conversation with a Bulletin customer who said, “I don’t do email. I don’t do texting. I still have a flip phone. I’m a dinosaur.” more
You’ve heard me say more than once New Mexico has America’s coolest state flag. There is something wonderful about the red Zia symbol against that golden field. more
What is the point of college football? Is it to win the national championship? Is it to win the Battle of I-10? more
For many, this time of year is the best in Las Cruces. The weather is crisp enough to let you know it’s autumn, but still warm enough to enjoy all manner of outdoor activities. more
A few years ago, I wrote in the space – more than once – about the horrors of the Valley Drive construction project, which dragged on forever, and cost more than a couple of people their businesses. more
In addition to an array of candidates for local elections, your Nov. 2 ballot will feature two questions regarding the Las Cruces Public Schools. more
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