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Las Cruces Bulletin newspaper


Top Stories for Friday, May 22nd, 2015:

Into the Future



The 355 graduates of Oate High School celebrate after completing their graduation ceremony Monday, May 18, at the Pan American Center. For more pictures of local high shcool graduations held this week, 

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Las Cruces Bulletin

A state judge Wednesday, May 20, rejected a request for the Las Cruces city clerk’s office to reconsider counting recall petitions from which signers later asked to have their names removed.

District Court Judge Mary Rosner issued an order to quash the legal filing, called a writ of mandamus, citing state law that allows the city clerk to “resolve issues of residency and major infractions.”

Recall petition backers

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Las Cruces Bulletin

Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of profiles telling the stories of stroke survivors throughout May, which is National Stroke Awareness Month.

“I was conducting a seminar at my Lodge and – the light just turned out,” Sidney Goddard said. “By that I don’t mean I fell down or anything, I just don’t remember what happened.”

Goddard experienced a severe hemorrhagic stroke in December of 2013. He does

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The sound of bats smacking horsehide will once again resonate at Apodaca Park this summer as professional baseball returns after a two-year hiatus.

The Las Cruces Vaqueros of the Pecos League welcome the White Sands Pupfish at 7 p.m., Friday, May 22 for their home opener.

The team starts a six-game homestand Sunday, May 24 with four contests against the Alpine 06 Cowboys and two against the Roswell Invaders.

The Pecos League regular season...


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Las Cruces Bulletin

While many in New Mexico consider chile its ultimate crop — and few with any sense would disagree — the Land of Enchantment has another agricultural history lesser known but just as much worth celebrating: wine.

Since the first Spanish settlers arrived in the area in the 1500s, they planted along the fertile banks of the Rio Grande mission grapes, kicking- off a centuries-old tradition of winemaking making New Mexico — not California, as many believe...


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Dr. Ken Cooper opened the doors of Las Cruces Apothecary in February 2015, making it the only compounding pharmacy within a 60-mile radius, he said. Working with doctor-referred patients, he has the training, experience and equipment to create tailor-made medications that are not commercially available.

Cooper, who is a doctor of pharmacy and a compounding specialist, describes compounding as “the practice of collaborating FDA-approved medications to improve patient care...


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