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Las Cruces Bulletin newspaper


Top Stories for Friday, May 1st, 2015:


New Mexico State University’s Tyke Kipp grabs hold of a steer in the steer wrestling event at the 2015 NMSU Rodeo on the NMSU campus Sunday, April 26.
LAS CRUCES BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE


By Brook Stockberger

Las Cruces Bulletin

A new radio station plans to be up and running in Las Cruces by the end of the year and the board of directors hopes members of the public will help pick the call letters.

Set to be a community radio station – a nonprofit with no advertising – members of the new station will be on hand at Mesilla Valley Mall 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, near Barnes & Noble to allowpeople to vote on what call letters should be chosen.

“We really...

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By Todd G. Dickson

Las Cruces Bulletin

ALCON – the annual conference for the Astronomical League – will come to Las Cruces in early July, a first for an area with good dark skies and a rich astronomical history.

That’s why Ron Kramer said he urged conference organizers to meet here after attending past conferences in large cities. ALCON has been held in more isolated locations in the past, but never in Las Cruces, he said.

Come July 6-11, Kramerwill get his wish. ALCON...


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wind play. Those classic courses are relatively flat, subject to wind coming off the water, with an abundance Wind, will it ever end?

Dry windy days will persist for some time to come. Golf professionals agree that extremely windy and blustery conditions provide the most difficult challenge to scoring.

To play their best, recreational and amateur golfers need to grasp how to accommodate difficult circumstances that are beyond their control. One’s awareness and adjustment to...


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Las Cruces Bulletin

In its three years, the New Mexico Brewers Guild’s Blazin’ Brewfest, has grown leaps and bounds, from a modest, but raucous, gatheringheld at The Grapevine to a full-fledged festival at the heart of Las Cruces, and upon its return to Las Cruces this year — from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, May 2 — it comes to a Las Cruces changed.

“Our whole thing has always been about supporting local beer” said guild Executive Director Chris Goblet. “What’s interesting about...


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