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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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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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Las Cruces director to premier film at Rio Grande Theatre By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin The Rio Grande Theatre, 211 N. Main St. downtown, will roll out the red carpet for the cast and crew of “Lady Belladonna’s Night Shades,” a locally produced feature film that will premiere at the theater at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 21. Tickets are $6.50 and are available in advance at www.RioGrandeTheatre. com or ...

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Rocking through the ’50s From left, Tyanne Segura, Jesus Ledezma and Nancy Molina dressed in 1950s fashions for the Ninth Annual Hearts for Autism “Rocking through the ‘50s” Masquerade Ball on Saturday, Feb. 4, at Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces. See more photos from the event on page 47. BULLETIN PHOTO BY TABITHA ROSSMAN

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Chile farmers brace for rain By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin The monsoon giveth and the monsoon taketh. Sure, rain can be good for growing crops, but about a month into the green chile harvesting season, the agriculture community is concerned the so-far-mild rainy season will soon make the lives of farmers more difficult. “Knock on wood, things are going good, but (there could be) a big storm coming in,” ...

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