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Beyond shelter: DACHS finds new focus in programs By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin “If we’re not a shelter, what do we do?” That was the question board members and volunteers of the Doña Ana County Humane Society (DACHS) asked themselves after DACHS gave up the operation of the county animal shelter in 2008.

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Can Ag football exploit talent? For a football team on a 10-game losing streak and considered one with a big hill to climb – cbssports.com ranks New Mexico State University No. 123 out of 128 teams in the country – NMSU has still found respect in the form of preseason award nominees. The Aggies, 2-10

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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

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Siakam paces Aggie men’s attack Bulletin report As the late Stewart Scott would often exclaim on ESPN, “Call him butter because he’s on a roll.” New Mexico State University junior forward Pascal Siakam is sure on a roll and has set the pace for the Aggies so far this season. He notched his third 30plus

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LUSH AND LEAN County Planner David Cristiani will speak at this season’s first Lush and Lean workshop, hosted by Las Cruces Utilities, Thursday, Feb. 23. See page 53 for Cristiani’s tips on working with the desert, in the first of a series of articles running in the Bulletin this spring. PHOTO COURTESY SUZANNE MICHAELS

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