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Cross words over crosswords Our readers prefer more challenging puzzles When we changed our newspaper’s format, beginning with the Aug. 19 issue, I was curious and concerned about our readers’ response. Overwhelmingly, however, the feedback has been very positive. Almost unanimously, people have told me they like the shorter tabloid format. The brighter paper makes the color pop, I’ve been told a number of times. However, one camp has been ...

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Goats and a hare, ready for the fair Janelle Godwin and Jackson Godwin bring in goats to enter in the livestock competition at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds, and Aubri Kehoe, inset, holds her rabbit she plans to enter in competition, Tuesday, Sept. 27. The fair began Wednesday, Sept. 28 and runs until Sunday, Oct. 2. Daily events include the colorful carnival, exotic petting zoo, magician Adrian D’Marco, the Bengal tiger encounter and the high-flying Cycle Circus. BULLETIN ...

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IMG_1884 Bulletin Report Art Obscura, 3206 Harrelson St., hosted an art show on Feb. 7. The featured art depicted responses to perceived “threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights and immigrant rights.” The proceeds, more than $2,000, said a speaker for Art Obscura, from the art show benefited La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services. The show was completely organized by Art Obscura and La Piñon played no part in the fundraiser, a La Piñon spokesperson said. CONTINUE


Aggie’s not quite tough enough to beat GA Southern By MARTY RACINE For the Bulletin The New Mexico State University football players were tough enough to wear pink, but they weren’t quite tough enough to beat a reeling Georgia Southern squad at Aggie Memorial Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 22. Following the halftime unveiling of a 40-yard-wide billowing pink ribbon and bow dedicated to cancer research and commemorating Tough Enough to Wear Pink’s 10th ...

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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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