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The City's conflict with the acequias, which has dragged on since the 1950s, may be coming to an end.
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Historically Underserved Neighborhoods Slated for Infrastructure Improvement
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The second recall attempt against Las Vegas, NM Mayor Tonita Gurulé-Girón has failed. "Tuesday was the final day upon which the petitioners could deliver signed petitions to City Hall,"  said City Clerk Casandra Fresquez.
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The Abe Montoya Recreation Center's facelift was not limited to the physical facility.
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The County of San Miguel and the City of Las Vegas, NM are joining together for a public symposium.
752 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Tierra Encantada Market to provide farm-fresh food to historically underserved neighborhoods.
879 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Local groups meeting to create program merging athletics, academics
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570 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The Las Vegas Police department has been re-accredited by the New Mexico Law Enforcement Professional Standards Council. The accreditation process is a thorough one.
814 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The recall effort against Mayor Tonita Gurulé-Girón is over. Ms. Gurulé-Girón made history in April when she was elected the first woman Mayor of the city of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
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Representatives of the bilingual/ immersion program will be Grand Marshals of the City's Electric Light Parade.

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Mayor Tonita Gurulé-Girón signs contract on February 28 for the purchase of 800 acre-feet of water storage from the Storrie Project Water Users Association (SPWUA.) For years, the city has made due with the roughly 200 acre-feet of storage in Peterson...
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Deal Provides Water Security, Allows for City's Future Growth
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The Sabinoso, a high-desert jewel containing narrow mesas, wind-carved canyons, meadows, riparian areas, and a variety of wildlife and native vegetation, was designated a wilderness area by Congress in 2009 but has been inaccessible to the public.
571 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The City's conflict with the acequias, which has dragged on since the 1950s, may be coming to an end.
215 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The City of Las Vegas Museum and Rough Rider Memorial Collection is inaugurating a new holiday tradition.
1268 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
While most roofing contractors are legitimate, there are some, known as "storm-chasers" or "roofing-gypsies,"  that follow damaging storms looking for homeowners to exploit.
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1044 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Historically Underserved Neighborhoods Slated for Infrastructure Improvement
368 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The second recall attempt against Las Vegas, NM Mayor Tonita Gurulé-Girón has failed. "Tuesday was the final day upon which the petitioners could deliver signed petitions to City Hall,"  said City Clerk Casandra Fresquez.
482 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The Abe Montoya Recreation Center's facelift was not limited to the physical facility.
895 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The County of San Miguel and the City of Las Vegas, NM are joining together for a public symposium.
752 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Tierra Encantada Market to provide farm-fresh food to historically underserved neighborhoods.
879 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Local groups meeting to create program merging athletics, academics
12608167
570 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The Las Vegas Police department has been re-accredited by the New Mexico Law Enforcement Professional Standards Council. The accreditation process is a thorough one.
814 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
The recall effort against Mayor Tonita Gurulé-Girón is over. Ms. Gurulé-Girón made history in April when she was elected the first woman Mayor of the city of Las Vegas, New Mexico.
996 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
Representatives of the bilingual/ immersion program will be Grand Marshals of the City's Electric Light Parade.
379 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
An ancient Chinese practice is now being used to help seniors avoid falls. John E. Arnold is a practitioner and teacher of Tai Chi Chuan.
448 views, By City of Las Vegas, NM
City Police Chief Juan Montaño had a great idea. "Since city personnel are walking around during public events anyway, Montaño said, "why not use that walking as a way to raise money for worthy causes?" The Mayor and City Manager embraced Montaño's...
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Pressroom is part of an effort to improve governmental transparency and communication.
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A local group used threats and intimidation against Las Vegas, New Mexico's mayor in an attempt to get a city contract.
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Sunbury Press has released Mela Suse Vigil Duran Carvalko's memoir of her childhood titled "Maybe Tomorrow."

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