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The Bulletin on the Radio

Jan 21, 2021
Las Cruces Bulletin - Richard Coltharp

Bulletin Editor Jess Williams offers a preview of this week's issue with a look at the state legislative session, a creche collection tour on zoom, a lawsuit to move chimps from Holloman to a sanctuary and help navigating job loss during the pandemic. 

The Bulletin on the Radio

Jan 14, 2021
Las Cruces Bulletin - Elva Osterreich

Las Cruces Bulletin Editor Jess Williams offers a preview of this week's issue with stories on the Las Cruces Farmers' and Crafts Market, vaccine distribution, the next state legislative session and more.   

 

The Bulletin on the Radio

Jan 7, 2021

Learn about the Puppy Raising Club, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. events, Weed and Seed guitar gifts and more in this week's Las Cruces Bulletin. Listen to a preview with Editor Jess Williams.

Desert Exposure

Dec 31, 2020

Editor Elva Osterreich offers a preview of the January issue of Desert Exposure with stories on art, travel and business.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Dec 17, 2020
Las Cruces Bulletin - ASCMV

Las Cruces Bulletin Editor Jess Williams has a preview of this week's issue, including adorable adoptables looking for a home for the holidays from the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Dec 10, 2020
Las Cruces Bulletin - Mike Cook/Atleigh Johnson and Cupcake

Las Cruces Bulletin Editor Jess Williams has a preview of this week's issue with Atleigh Johnson's project for cancer patients, outstanding Aggies and the absence of the annual Our Lady of Guadalupe Fiesta due to the pandemic.

Desert Exposure

Dec 3, 2020

Desert Exposure Editor Elva Osterreich previews the December issue with stories on the San Lorenzo mission, luminarias in Tularosa, the threat to wild burros and contributions on adaptations care givers, artists and others are making during the holidays.


The Bulletin on the Radio

Dec 3, 2020

Editor Jess Williams offers a preview of this week's issue with stories on the passing of COAS Bookstore founder Pat Beckett, Las Cruces Artist Bob Diven is named Artist in Residence by the Las Cruces Downtown Partnership and virtual holiday entertainment from the NMSU Theatre Department.


The Bulletin on the Radio

Nov 26, 2020
The Las Cruces Bulletin - Elva Osterreich

Bulletin Editor Jess Williams offers a preview of this week's issue with stories on the 2020 Volunteer of the Year, Yoli Diaz, Barkhouse animal transport looking for volunteer pilots with planes, and the new exhibit from the Dona Ana Arts Council.


The Bulletin on the Radio

Nov 19, 2020
Las Cruces Bulletin - Elva Osterreich

Editor Jess Williams offers a preview for this week's issue.


The Bulletin on the Radio

Nov 12, 2020
Las Cruces Bulletin Publisher Richard Coltharp

Editor Jess Williams offers a preview of this week's Las Cruces Bulletin with cats, pizza and manned spaceflight from Spaceport America, not necessarily in that order.

Desert Exposure

Nov 5, 2020

Editor Elva Osterreich offers a preview of the November issue of Desert Exposure, available now.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Nov 5, 2020

Editor Jess Williams has a look inside this week's Las Cruces Bulletin.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Oct 29, 2020
Allison Smith - Custom RenFaire wheels Las Cruces artist Luis Navarro, left, and Doña Ana Arts Council Executive Director Greg Smith

Editor Jess Williams previews this week's issue with stories on the 49th annual (virtual) Renaissance Faire, State Senator Mary Kay Papen looks back on her decades of service, open enrollment for health insurance through the state exchange, the making of a mural and a desert dweller gets a home. 

The Bulletin on the Radio

Oct 22, 2020

When dogs fly (to their "fur"ever homes), trees on Conway will be removed or cut back, hotels and short term rentals offer space to victims of domestic violence, the history of Halloween, NMSU CMI graduates are getting international attention and meet the new Executive Director of the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum - all in this week's issue.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Oct 15, 2020
Potter Douglas Jackson/ Photo by Roy Vanderaa / The Las Cruces Bulletin

Editor Jess Williams previews this week's Bulletin issue with stories on early voting in Dona Ana County, bonds for NMSU on the ballot, Empty Bowls and Tent City fundraisers, musician Mark Klett and Storyteller Pat Gill.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Oct 8, 2020

Editor Jess Williams previews this week's issue with stories on the controversial proposed River Run, fundraisers adapting to the pandemic, Marty Racine, host of Cross City Blues, and a national award for a community volunteer.

Desert Exposure

Oct 1, 2020

Elva Osterreich offers a preview of the October issue of Desert Exposure including the results of the writing contest, a presentation by Chiricahua Nation President Joe Saenz, a Silver City coffee shop moves into a space for coffee and community and details on this year's Empty Bowls fundraiser for El Caldito. 


The Bulletin on the Radio

Sep 17, 2020

9/11 ceremonies, minimum wage discussions, new jobs in the aviation industry in Las Cruces and a look at the artistic side of the I-25/University construction in this week's Las Cruces Bulletin. Editor Jess Williams offers a preview.

Desert Exposure

Sep 10, 2020

September’s Desert Exposure highlights the Gila River Festival and help for small businesses in Southwest New Mexico with gift cards and coupon books. KC Counts spoke with Editor Elva Osterreich.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Sep 3, 2020

This week’s Las Cruces Bulletin includes an update on an NMSU grad working to find a vaccine for COVID-19 and Las Cruces’ own Tonight Show …of sorts. KC Counts talked with Editor Jess Williams.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Aug 27, 2020

Wildlife in Las Cruces, Mano y Mano makes a comeback, events are slowly returning, a new novel by an NMSU professor emeritus and the Dona Ana Arts Council moves downtown. KC Counts talks with Bulletin Editor Jess Williams.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Aug 20, 2020

Las Cruces Bulletin Editor Jess Williams previews stories in this week’s issue – plans from the new Las Cruces City Manager, the right time to plant trees and a centennial celebration. KC Counts talked with Williams for this week’s Bulletin on the Radio.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Aug 13, 2020

In this week’s Bulletin on the Radio, Editor Jess Williams has pre-election coverage of the district 2 congressional race, a way for local businesses to get some attention and the Aggie Pride Band blows their horns safely thanks to an invention by an engineering student. Williams talked with KC Counts.

Desert Exposure - August

Aug 6, 2020

This month’s Desert Exposure features 40 word reflections on life during the pandemic from some of the area’s most prominent writers and where to find some tasty drive-ins in the region. Get details on the Desert Exposure writing contest and find out whom to call if you have bees that need a new home.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Jul 30, 2020

The passing of legend Lou Henson, Police Chief Patrick Gallagher steps away and Ambassador Delano Lewis discusses race relations and the impact of the Black Lives Matter movement in this week’s Las Cruces Bulletin. Editor Jess Williams offers a preview.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Jul 23, 2020

A new veteran-owned business will help you sanitize your city provided trash bins. That’s coming up in this week’s Bulletin on the Radio. KC Counts talked with Las Cruces Bulletin Editor Jess Williams.

The Bulletin on the Radio

Jul 16, 2020

In this week's issue, local "lightning rod" Marci Dickerson and her efforts to resume indoor dining, reopening NMSU, staying safe in extreme heat, the economic path forward for New Mexico and local film and literature. 

Desert Exposure

Jul 9, 2020

Editor Elva Osterreich previews this month's issue: 75th anniversary of the atomic bomb test, 40 days and 40 nights returns slowly, wildlife safety and the upcoming Silver City Clay Festival.  

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