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‘Humble and hungry’ NMSU coach excited to sign Oñate star Bulletin report The fact Oñate High School basketball standout Johnny McCants was going to stay in town to play for New Mexico State University has been known for a while. When NMSU head coach Paul Weir announced the news recently, he said the former Knight star was “an exciting addition. “His combination of length, athleticis, and shooting ability are attractive on so many levels,” ...

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Bulletin Report The New Mexico State Senate voted 30 -10 to require that one of the five New Mexico State University (NMSU) regents have a degree or at least experience in agriculture. The bill requires that one of the five regents have a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate in the fields of agriculture, agriculture systems management, animal science or a comparable discipline or at least four years of agricultural experience. It is sponsored by Sens. Cliff Pirtle (R-Roswell) and Pat Woods (R-Broadview). “Ag industry is a ...

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Bill_Clinton_by_Gage_Skidmore Bulletin report Former President Bill Clinton will be in Las Cruces, Thursday, June 2 as he campaigns for his wife Hillary Clinton. He is scheduled to speak at 2:30 p.m. at Picacho Middle School. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.

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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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Linda Jackson, aka The Chocolate Lady, makes milk, dark and white chocolate strawberries in preparation for Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, Feb. 14. For those contemplating such treats for their paramours, Jackson recommends calling in orders ahead of time at 575-526-2744. Her shop is located on the Mesilla Plaza. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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