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Onate_01 Oñate football players erupted with exhilaration when Interim Superintendent Dr. Steven Sanchez informed them that the NMAA Board of Directors will allow Oñate to keep its four wins that were previously forfeited. The athletes got the news during their lunch period. Bulletin report Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Monday, Oct. 17, that the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Board of Directors modified an NMAA ruling based on an appeal by ...

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Alexia Hoffman greets her brother Van Hoffman, 11, before the start of play at the 4th annual Special Olympics Golf tournament at Sonoma Ranch Golf Course Saturday, Sept. 30. The four-player scramble benefited Special Olympics New Mexico and athletes with intellectual disabilities in Las Cruces, with entry fees of $100 per person, $400 per team and sponsorship options. Funds raised allow Special Olympians to travel and compete in state competitions throughout the year, giving them “opportunities to ...

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Luminarias honor cancer patients Luminarias burn brightly on the New Mexico State University campus, as the lights of Aggie Memorial Stadium shine in the background, Monday, Oct. 17. A variety of people (inset) turned out to take in the sight as the luminarias were set up to honor those who’ve battled breast cancer, and kick off Pink Week on campus to bring attention to breast cancer and raise money for research. The NMSU football team will wear ...

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SalsaFest heats up Downtown BULLETIN REPORT SalsaFest 2016 will be held Friday to Sunday, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in downtown Las Cruces. The eighth annual event is sponsored by Las Cruces Downtown Partnership and will include live music, dancing and a salsa-making competition that will earn $1,000 for the winner. The festival kicks off Friday evening on the new downtown plaza with a “Salsas From Around the World” five-course sitdown ...

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Museum offering motor coach tour to Trinity Site BULLETIN REPORT The world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, at Trinity Site, in New Mexico on the north end of what is now White Sands Missile Range. In recognition of the event, Trinity Site is open to the public twice each year in April and again on the first Saturday in October. As part of its 40th Anniversary celebration, the New Mexico ...

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