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BCOM open house set for Saturday BULLETIN REPORT Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) hosts its first open house event free to the public from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at 3501 Arrowhead Drive on the campus of New Mexico State University. Visitors can take tours of the school’s new stateof- the-art building. The design includes large and small classrooms, student group study areas, an outdoor courtyard, a hybrid gross-virtual anatomy laboratory, an ...

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By Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of profiles telling the stories of stroke survivors throughout May, which is National Stroke Awareness Month. “I was conducting a seminar at my Lodge and – the light just turned out,” Sidney Goddard said. “By that I don’t mean I fell down or anything, I just don’t remember what happened.” Goddard experienced a severe hemorrhagic stroke in December of 2013. He does not remember most ...

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Self-Defense for Women course at DACC Community Education A girl’s and women’s self-defense program to teach easy and practical techniques will take place three times this fall, starting Saturday, Oct 8. Women will learn additional skills that include awareness of surroundings, area, drawing attention, etc. The objectives of the course are to enhance one’s instincts as a first line of defense and the practice of easy and retainable techniques. Age 15 and ...

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Businesses work to keep open mic nights alive By Dawn Franco For the Las Cruces Bulletin Whether you prefer songwriters, comedy or cover artists Las Cruces has open mic nights with delicious accommodations such as frozen yogurt, pizza, New Mexico cuisine and drinks. Local establishments and chain businesses offer weekly open mics including Zia Pizza, Emilia’s on the plaza, Picacho Peak Brewery, Pecan Grill and Brewery, Dublin’s Street Pub, and Sweet Cici’s. ...

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By Las Cruces Bulletin Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of profiles telling the stories of stroke survivors throughout May, which is National Stroke Awareness Month. “I just made a big mistake on January 28,” Betty Farmer said. “That was the day I also had my stroke.” The mistake, she said, wasn’t the stroke itself – which, hidden and unknowable, was never within her ability to control – but waiting to go to the doctor. Farmer ...

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