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Luminarias honor cancer patients Luminarias burn brightly on the New Mexico State University campus, as the lights of Aggie Memorial Stadium shine in the background, Monday, Oct. 17. A variety of people (inset) turned out to take in the sight as the luminarias were set up to honor those who’ve battled breast cancer, and kick off Pink Week on campus to bring attention to breast cancer and raise money for research. The NMSU football team will wear ...

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Having a pickin’ good timeving a pickin’ Monique Hilverding (inset) and her children, including her son seen here reaching for some fruit, pick apples in Las Cruces. Volunteers came out in big numbers over the Labor Day weekend to help Las Cruces’ own U-Pick Mesilla Valley Apples orchard with Burke Farms catch up after experiencing hail damage. Orchard owner LuAnn Burke, who has been on crutches for several weeks, requested help to pick the ripe apples off ...

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Look Who’s Dancing back for a ninth season BULLETIN REPORT The New Mexico State University Dance Program presents the ninth season of Look Who’s Dancing! (LWD), at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Pan American Center, 1810 E. University Ave. on the NMSU campus. The purpose of the event is to promote social dancing in the community as a healthful and enjoyable activity for all ages and all skill levels, and ...

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Hall of Fame Coach plays the cards he’s dealt Henson has crossed this ‘bridge’ before By SUSIE OUDERKIRK Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico State University basketball coaching legend Lou Henson believes the card game of bridge is truly a game for life. The Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame coach, who, with his wife Mary, divides his year between Champaign, Illinois and Las Cruces, spends four to five days each week playing bridge. ...

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Bulletin Report One state senator on Wednesday is proposing a tax overhaul bill whose provisions, he says, could be the cure-all for the state’s budget crisis. Sen. William Sharer (R-Farmington) would cut out most taxes state and local taxes and replace them with a flat two-percent tax on things people buy. Sharer says studies show such a flat tax would generate enough revenue to pay for all state and local government functions and “it could raise even more revenue than the current tax ...

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