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The people and culture of New Mexico and Texas.  Fascinating field reports, interviews, and local viewpoints showcase an image of our region you won't find anywhere else.  

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Sep 26, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Dr. Pat Hynes-New Mexico Space Grant Consortium

Sep 22, 2015

 

   Fred Martino speaks with Dr. Pat Hynes, Director of the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium.  Hynes discusses the 2015 International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight, which takes place on October 7 and 8 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.

International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight 

Tuesday – October 6th  

All activities at New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum unless otherwise stated.

11:30-1:30 pm

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Sep 12, 2015

 

    Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Dance And Astronomy Take The Stage At NMSU Next Friday Night

Sep 10, 2015
NMSU student Min Tran

  

  Heavenly bodies on the big screen, live dancing and special flavors of gelato are in store for participants at New Mexico State University’s next Salon Discovery event. The show titled “NMSU Astronomy: Clyde Tombaugh and Beyond” will share insights from NMSU astronomers about the science and mystery of planets and stars along with some history about the man who discovered Pluto.

Community Invited To NMSU Salon Disovery September 18

Sep 3, 2015
NMSU student Min Tran

  The community will have a chance to discover the rich history and continued accomplishments of the Department of Astronomy at Salon Discovery’s fall gala event, “NMSU Astromony: Clyde Tombaugh and Beyond” at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 18 in Atkinson Recital Hall.

USDA Invests In New Mexico Rural Development

Sep 3, 2015
NM USDA Rural Development Director Terry Brunner

 

   New Mexico depends heavily on infrastructure investments from the federal government.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has spent nearly $67 million dollars on rural development projects in Dona Ana County since 2009.

Over $25 million was spent on housing…including home loans.

And more than $41 million went to business and infrastructure.  Water and wastewater is a big part of that.  For example, more than $8 million dollars was spent on wastewater systems in 2014 alone.  And $1.2 million was spent on an arsenic treatment system in La Union in 2012.

Study Abroad Grows at NMSU

Aug 27, 2015

   New Mexico State University students can share photos of their summer experiences on Instagram to become eligible to win bookstore gift certificates.

NMSU’s Office of Education Abroad is hosting the contest, which began Friday, through the end of the month. The top five participants with the most likes will be eligible to win a $50 or $25 gift certificate to the Barnes & Noble NMSU bookstore.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Aug 22, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Aug 17, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

  With the El Paso Electric rate increase request moving forward, it's a good time to speak with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, which is tasked with approving or reject the company's request.  Fred Martino spoke with PRC District 5 Commissioner Sandy Jones about how the PRC evaluates utility requests.

Miguel Silva

 

   District One City Councillor Miguel G. Silva has announced he will be a candidate for the office of Mayor of the City of Las Cruces in the upcoming November 2015 municipal election. Silva is completing his second term as District One City Councillor.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Aug 1, 2015

 

  

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Jul 25, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Jul 18, 2015

  

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Jul 11, 2015

  

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

New Mexico Political News Website Being Re-Introduced Today

Jun 1, 2015

 

A New Mexico political news website is being re-introduced today. 

NMpolitics.net was active from 2006 to 2012.  The brainchild of former Las Cruces Sun News reporter Heath Haussamen, it went on hiatus for a few years, while Haussamen helped to launch another site, New Mexico In Depth.  Full disclosure:  KRWG is a content partner with both of those websites.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

May 24, 2015

   Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Seeking "Common Ground" With Claudette Ortiz-Franzoy

May 15, 2015

  

  Fred Martino interviews author Claudette Ortiz-Franzoy about her new book "Common Ground," a collection of columns first published in the Las Cruces Sun News, profiling a wide variety of interesting people in the region.

 Proceeds from the book benefit the Hatch Library.

Ortiz-Franzoy holds a book signing on Saturday, May 30, at noon at Coas Books on Main Street in downtown Las Cruces.

Another signing will be held at the Hatch Public Library on June 10 from 2:00 to 4:00.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

May 15, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

May 1, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Apr 27, 2015

 

   Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Rio Grande Restoration

Apr 22, 2015

  Q. So the goal of this project is to plant native vegetation along the banks of the Rio Grande. Why is that necessary? 

NMSU Dean's Health Symposium Tackles End Of Life Decisions

Apr 22, 2015

  

  Registration is open for New Mexico State University’s Dean’s Health Symposium in Las Cruces.  And experts say this year’s event covers a discussion every family should have.

The free one-day seminar, “A Beautiful Death: What will you choose?” is slated for May 1 at the Las Cruces Convention Center.

The event has two options available…consumers and family caregivers, or clinicians. Workshop topics scheduled include legal issues, communicating effectively with health professionals, advanced care planning and more.

Police, Public & Press: Shining Light On Officer Shootings

Apr 14, 2015

Presented by the NMSU Library, NMSU Journalism & Mass Communications and held this year on the campus of New Mexico State University, this year’s Sunshine Week focused on Police, Public & Press: Shining Light On Officer Shootings. The panel discussion was moderated by independent journalist Peter Goodman and featured Susan Boe of NM FOG, Mark D’Antonio, Dona Ana County DA, Stephen Lopez, NMSU Police Chief, Walt Rubel, Las Cruces Sun-News, Michael Stout, Defense Attorney, and Michael Kinney, Dona Ana Sheriff Officer.

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Apr 5, 2015

 

   Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Sarah Nolan-Executive Director, Communities In Action And Faith

Mar 26, 2015

  

  Communities in Action and Faith Executive Director Sarah Nolan was born in Las Cruces and raised in Vado, New Mexico with her mom and sister.

After graduating from Gadsden High School, she attended the University of San Francisco in San Francisco, CA where she received degrees in Theology and Latin American History.

Film Review: Cinderella

Mar 22, 2015

  Jack Fields reviews the new film, "Cinderella."

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Mar 22, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

Controversy Swirls Over Otero County Commission

Mar 19, 2015

Video from the January 8 meeting of the Otero County Commission.

The Otero County Commission is getting statewide attention this week. The commission made the front page of the Albuquerque Journal on Monday.  The article focused on a January meeting in which the commissioners whispered during a discussion about the appointment of a county probate judge. 

This Week In The Las Cruces Bulletin

Mar 14, 2015

  Every Saturday at 5:30pm on Images, Fred Martino speaks with Las Cruces Bulletin Managing Editor Brook Stockberger about the week's top stories and much more in the Bulletin.

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