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Jose Rivera, Yvonne Barela and Connie Estrada enjoy a Saturday evening July 22 during the Tequila, Tacos & Cerveza Fest at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. The traveling festival highlights Mexican beers, exotic tequilas and street tacos, all folded into contests and live music. For more, see SW Living, page 58. BULLETIN

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Bulletin Report The sixth-annual Economic Outlook Conference will take place 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave. New Mexico State University Regents Professor of Economics Jim Peach and senior economist with Wells Fargo Bank Eugenio Alemán will look at state and national economic trends and how they

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Ags go wild for Homecoming New Mexico State University students go wild as they cheer on the Aggie football team during the school’s Homecoming Game Saturday, Oct. 1, at Aggie Memorial Stadium. The fans were rewarded with a 37-31 Aggie victory in overtime against Louisiana-Lafayette. Inset: Mikaela Haley of Zeta Tau Alpha and Kenneth Williams

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Bulletin report Two landscape workers who were clearing weeds in the 4500 block of Picacho near Fairacres Road discovered what they reported as “human remains” Monday morning, Oct. 10, west of Las Cruces. Doña Ana County Sheriff’s deputies responded at approximately 11:30 a.m. Detectives on scene described the remains as “severely decomposed” and said they

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Bulletin Report McGuffey Street at Windridge Circle (south) will be closed to through traffic Feb. 13 and 14. The current construction zone on McGuffey from Windridge Circle (north) to Sirena Lane will be open to through traffic. Timberland Construction Inc. will be installing sewer service across McGuffey as part of the Salopek/Sunrise Subdivision Phase II

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