He is spearheading an effort to oust the mayor and two City Council members who supported an ordinance allowing the city to pay for the health benefits of unmarried employees’ domestic partners — gay and straight.“They want to reward fornicators, and they want to reward homosexuals,” Brown said in an interview, his voice booming with indignation as he occasionally pumped his fist for emphasis.For others in this deeply religious, and largely Latino community, the fight is one that city leaders brought upon themselves and have badly bungled.“These are the things that define a city, and they’re worth fighting for,” Byrd said.He was previously a teacher and a track and wrestling coach at Burges High School.The biography was deleted from the school’s website shortly after his arrest.He was sentenced to 400 hours of community service.
Led by the United States Attorney’s Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as identify and rescue victims.
A former Jefferson High School teacher was sentenced to a decade of probation after he pleaded guilty to having a sexual relationship with a student in 2015.
Joel Provencio received a deferred 10-year jail sentence, which means he will serve 10 years of probation, on each of four counts in connection with the sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student, according to court records.
LAS CRUCES - Commuter rail service between Las Cruces and El Paso is a long way down the track — and may never get out of the station — but a local transit agency is starting initial conversations about the possibility of connecting the two cities and the communities in between.
The South Central Regional Transit District has commissioned a ,000 feasibility study and recently held two public meetings, one at Peace Lutheran Church in Las Cruces, and another at the Women's Intercultural Center, in Anthony, which combined drew more than a hundred people.