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LCSN: Tiny homes subdivision proposed to city officials

April 9, 2016. Retrieved online April 11, 2016 from Steve Ramirez, Las Cruces Sun-News [Excerpts below reprinted with permission: Read the complete Las Cruces Sun-News article] LAS CRUCES – The Tiny House Movement seems to be drawing big interest among…
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KRWG News: Film Highlights Dangers of “Spice” In Las Cruces

KRWG News Published on Mar 29, 2016 Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran’s Day commemorates the day when the last U.S. Troops left Vietnam, and Veterans across the country are finding different ways to deal with PTSD and other war-related struggles. Veteran’s…
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NMSU Regents approve land lease with Aggie Development for possible future campus hotel

January 30, 2015 by Justin Bannister, NMSU News Center SANTA FE – The New Mexico State University Board of Regents approved a land lease for Aggie Development Incorporated during their regular meeting in Santa Fe Jan. 30. Aggie Development allows…
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KRWG News: Local Economist Discusses Ways to Review Minimum Wage Increase

KRWG News Published on Dec 8, 2014 Ammendments in the Las Cruces Minimum Wage Ordinance call for City Council to review the effects of the increase before the next increase moves forward. Jim Peach, Professor of Economics at New Mexico…
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NMSU, DACC students receive free RoadRunner Transit bus rides

August 17, 2012 by Gabriella D. Ferrari, NMSU News Center Students at New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community college can ride any RoadRunner Transit bus fare-free with a valid student ID beginning Aug. 20. As part of a…
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NMSU’s Town-Gown Commission aims to strengthen community ties

DATE by AUTHOR, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University President Barbara Couture has formed a new commission aimed at exploring new possibilities for strengthening and facilitating the exchange of information and ideas between the university and the regional community….
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LCSN: PROFILE: Train pulls into station with new degree

June 5, 2011. Retrieved online June 6, 2011 from Brook Stockberger, Las Cruces Sun-News Businesswoman first -ever grad in new NMSU “eco” program By Brook Stockberger bstockberger@lcsun-news.com LAS CRUCES – Abby Train is a businesswoman, teacher and is now the…
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LC Bulletin: Cell phone ban begins

February 5, 2010. Retrieved online: February 5, 2010 from TODD G. DICKSON, Las Cruces Bulletin Council curbs fines for phone use while driving With the new cell phone ban about to start Friday, Feb. 5, the Las Cruces City Council…
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LCSN: 411 on the cell-phone ordinance; FAQs, info

February 5, 2010. Retrieved online: February 5, 2010 from Sun-News report, Las Cruces Sun-News LCSN: No talking: Cell phone ban in effect today Beginning today, you’d better not be caught talking or texting on your cell phone in Las Cruces…
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NMSU plans to put Las Cruces art on the map

April 28, 2008 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center Faculty and students from the New Mexico State University College of Business are working with the City of Las Cruces and local artists to let the world know about the Las…
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