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The Sept. 10 New Mexico State University Aggie victory over the University New Mexico had significance to history in several ways. Not only it is the first time in four years that the Aggies’ beat the Lobos on the football filed, but more significant was that NMSU used new technology, an unmanned aircraft system to record video of the pre-game and kick-off. NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory performed the historic feat using a Federal Aviation Administration waiver under the FAA’s new Small ... CONTINUE
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Warped by the sun Valeria McClure cheers for My Heart Might Explode Tuesday, Aug. 1, as the Vans Warped tour rocked the NMSU Intramural Field. The longest-running music festival in North America made Las Cruces the 41st stop on this summer’s 45-city tour, offering 63 bands on seven stages – and plenty of water to combat 90-degree temperatures. For more action, see page 18. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE CONTINUE
Las Cruces magician Jamie O’Hara estimates he’s done about 6,000 magic shows to date. Courtesy photo. By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Listening to Jamie O’Hara talk about doing magic in Las Cruces and across the country during the past 30-plus years is fascinating. Watching him make three green foam balls disappear from a mostly imaginary coin purse is, well ... CONTINUE
In reaction to a pair of church bombing Sunday, Aug. 2, clergy and other Las Crucens participate in an interfaith prayer gathering Sunday evening at Pioneer Park. Bulletin photo by Polo Orta CONTINUE