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New turf and a new start New Mexico State University baseball player Ruger Rodriguez stretches out during warm ups on the new artificial infield turf at Presley Askew baseball field. The junior pitcher and the Aggies started the 2016 season with a sweep of Towson Friday to Saturday, Feb. 19-21. The team plays host to Maine in a four-game stand Friday to Sunday, Feb. 26-28. The Aggies and Black Bears play a doubleheader on Saturday. To read more about ...

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Bulletin report Lionel Frietze was re-elected on Tuesday as municipal judge in Mesilla, receiving 258 votes over Yolanda Lucero, who had 97. Trustee seats were filled by Jesus Caro (232 votes) and Carlos Arzabal (213 votes). Caro lost a close mayoral election in 2014 to Nora Barraza. He’s back in as a trustee, however, and is considering another run at the mayor’s position in two years. Anthony elects new mayor, fills two trustee seats The city of Anthony, on the Texas/New Mexico border, ...

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Olympics Sharp Former New Mexico State University golfer Alena Sharp will compete for Canada in the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio de Janerio along with fellow former Aggies Gwladys Nocera (France) and Ursula Wikström (Finland). Bulletin report With the 2016 Olympics set to begin on Aug. 5 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, New Mexico State Aggie fans will be invested more than usual as three former Aggie women’s golfers take the international stage. Alena Sharp (Canada), ...

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Allison Smith Bulletin photo by Mike Cook Allison Smith, left, files as a candidate for the Las Cruces Public Schools school board election, which is scheduled for Feb. 7. Smith seeks the District 2 seat. She drew the top ballot position and is shown here with Doña Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins and county Elections Staff Coordinator Janice Giron. By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 20, Ray Jaramillo became Las Cruces ...

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pearce U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce announced Tuesday, Feb. 2 he has filed his petitions to run for re-election to Congress in New Mexico’s Second Congressional District. Pearce, a resident of Hobbs, was first elected to the seat in 2002 and served three terms before he gave up the position to run for a seat in the U.S. Senate. He lost that race, but was re-elected to his seat in the House in 2010. Pearce graduated ...

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