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A rope for hope John Hudgens and his horse Crotch Rocket, 16, competed in the #10 division of the 35th annual Cowboys for Cancer Research team roping event, Sept. 16-17 at the Southern New Mexico Fairgrounds. The event precedes the organization’s 35th annual dinner, dance and silent auction fundraiser Oct. 6 at the Las Cruces Convention Center. The fundraiser is open to the public, with open seating single tickets $100 each. Tables for 10 are $1,200. To reserve, ...

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Birthdays are endings and beginnings, a reason to look back and forward. I recently turned 39 for the eighteenth time, celebrating another successful year of not dying, and I thought I’d add up my life. Literally. 33.3 billion miles traveled around the sun. I can’t take credit for this one. Gravity and Newton’s laws of planetary motion were in charge, but I never once asked the planet to stop so I could get off and use the restroom. Phil Wilke CONTINUE
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The Big Event LOGO 2 The Big Event is really … a big event! The second annual celebration of southern New Mexico food and traditions benefits local cancer patients and their families. The four-day Big Event – also known as La Gran Fiesta – will be Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 21-24 in various locations around Las Cruces. Most events will be on the Plaza de Las Cruces downtown. The itinerary (see sidebar) includes a golf tournament, parade, the ...

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By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: The review in the Sept. 15 print edition of the Bulletin should have said the restaurant is open every day from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. You know how you find yourself moaning a bit because the food you’re eating is so good? Then you remember that you’re in a restaurant, and you look around to make sure no one heard you? The newly opened Dragonfly Restaurant at the corner of Main Street and ...</p>
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The City of Las Cruces law enforcement honor guard fires a three-volley shttp://lascrucesbulletin.com/site/wp-content/uploads/sites/46/2017/09/911-10.jpgalute during the Patriot Day ceremony. The City of Las Cruces law enforcement honor guard fires a three-volley salute during the Patriot Day ceremony. The City of Las Cruces’ Patriot Day Ceremony was held Monday morning, Sept. 11, at Veterans Memorial Park. The event included a flag-raising ceremony (with the flag then lowered to half-staff), the laying of the wreath, a three-volley ...

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