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Ten years of tough Say the words; ask the questions Never underestimate the power of a casual conversation or asking a simple question. In 2007, June Mumme attended a New Mexico State University rodeo and saw Denny and Geraldine Calhoun wearing pink shirts, emblazoned with “Tough Enough to Wear Pink.” She asked the Calhouns what it was about, and they told her how it was part of a Wrangler Jeans and National ...

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Agriculture street fair warms up the crowd before the game NMSU REPORT It’s the family-friendly event to beat all others in Las Cruces: on Oct. 22 you’ll find farm animals, games and prizes and samples of local food all in one completely free event. The fourth annual Agriculture Day street takes place from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, in the parking lot between Aggie Memorial Stadium and the Pan Am Center prior to the Aggies’ ...

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Dusan Jolovic, a Doctor of Philosophy degree candidate with a major in Engineering, attends the New Mexico State University Doctoral Hooding Ceremony on Friday, May 12, at the Pan American Center. Several thousand students graduated in May from NMSU and Doña Ana Community College, with various commencement ceremonies held at the Pan American Center on the NMSU campus. See pages 24-27 for more photos and information. PHOTO COURTESY VICTORIA PALOMBIT, NMSU

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Dinner with DONALDSON Sam Donaldson, renowned reporter and news anchor for ABC News (1967-2013), was the keynote speaker at the annual awards banquet for New Mexico Press Women at La Posta de Mesilla Saturday, April 22. Donaldson was a White House correspondent for 13 years and a panelist and co-anchor of the network’s Sunday program, “This Week.” The banquet capped a two-day conference in Las Cruces exploring the topic, “Media Literacy in a Post-Truth Society.” BULLETIN PHOTOS BY ...

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Former U.S. Sen. says treat mental illness like all other illnesses By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin As a long-time advocate for people who suffer from mental illness, former U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, R-N.M., helped to “make life a little bit easier for those who are on the margins of life, particularly those suffering from brain illness,” said former U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy, D-Rhode Island on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 15, as he closed the ...

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