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Hundreds of volunteers will amass on the fields of Aggie Memorial Stadium Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 10, 2002, to erect the stages and choral stands for the Sept. 11 “We Remember… A Celebration of Unity” event.
Doña Ana County residents who are interested in learning more about the spread and prevention of the West Nile virus will have two opportunities this week to attend educational workshops sponsored by the Doña Ana County Vector Control Program and the New Mexico Department of Health.
What began as a social conversation after a dinner party in March has evolved into an epic local production that will be staged Sept. 11 to remember the victims of terror on American soil and to celebrate the spirit of unity that enveloped the nation after the attacks.
Doña Ana County Manager David R. King has announced that Chief Deputy Clerk Aurelio Enriquez has agreed to a modified, indefinite form of administrative leave pending the outcome of a grand jury indictment.
A transaction authorized by the Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners will – upon approval by the bankruptcy court and the New Mexico Public Regulatory Commission – transfer the ownership of the stock of Santa Teresa Services Company from the Crowder bankruptcy trustee to Doña Ana County.
The Second Annual Las Cruces Procession of Flags will take place Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, as part of the “We Remember…” commemoration of the victims, survivors and heroes who found themselves part of the most deadly terror attacks ever inflicted on American soil.
The Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners, acting in good faith and with the health, safety and welfare of its Santa Teresa constituents in mind, has extended to the Sunland Park City Council a proposal by which the county would temporarily divert industrial wastewater discharge into the county’s state-of-the-art facility.