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Celebrate good times Confetti rains down on Oñate High School Valedictorian Rachel Steiner, left, Salutatorian Yves Wienecke and the members of Class 2016 during the school’s graduation ceremony, Saturday, May 21, at the Pan American Center. See more graduation photos Pages 18, 19, 22 and 23. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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Celebrate good times Confetti rains down on Oñate High School Valedictorian Rachel Steiner, left, Salutatorian Yves Wienecke and the members of Class 2016 during the school’s graduation ceremony, Saturday, May 21, at the Pan American Center. See more graduation photos Pages 18, 19, 22 and 23. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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DASO deputy wins national recognition Bulletin report A Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputy has received national recognition for her work to educate youth about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Deputy Michelle Ugalde has been with DASO since 2000 and has worked for more than a decade in the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT)

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Kids Night Out kicks off with School’s Out By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Project Mainstreet’s Kids Night Out program returns with “School’s Out for Summer” from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, the first of six monthly events that will take place in Downtown Las Cruces. Admission is free to kids and

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Rays call up former Aggie pitcher Bulletin report Former Aggie pitcher Tyler Sturdevant was called up by the Tampa Bay Rays Monday, May 23. Sturdevant is just the fourth Aggie in school history to have their contract selected by a major league team, joining Fernando Ramsey (Chicago Cubs), Mark Acre (Oakland A’s) and Jason Rakers

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Festivals offer wine, beer, food, music and more Bulletin report For many, Memorial Day allows for a three-day weekend and provides time to remember and celebrate the memories of military members who have passed. The holiday also provides the chance to gather with family and friends and kick off the summer season with gatherings and

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Home before dark: A day trip to Cloudcroft By Susie Ouderkirk Las Cruces Bulletin To truly understand the diversity of nature in southern New Mexico, seeing is believing. In less than two hours, travelers can experience a little bit of every landscape the Land of Enchantment offers. A fantastic day trip will take you east

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Senior Olympics seeking volunteers for Roswell games Bulletin report The 38th New Mexico Senior Olympics Annual Summer Games (NMSOASG) is a qualifying year for the National Senior Games in Birmingham, Alabama. The New Mexico games will take place Wednesday, July 13 through Saturday, July 16in Roswell with an anticipated 1100 senior athletes 50 years and

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Bulletin report After numerous workouts and discussions with his family, New Mexico State sophomore Pascal Siakam has decided to forgo his remaining eligibility and enter the 2016 NBA Draft. “I think all of us are going to become cheerleaders on June 23rd for Pascal,” head coach Paul Weir said. “We are so thankful for everything

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