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Goats and a hare, ready for the fair Janelle Godwin and Jackson Godwin bring in goats to enter in the livestock competition at the Southern New Mexico State Fairgrounds, and Aubri Kehoe, inset, holds her rabbit she plans to enter in competition, Tuesday, Sept. 27. The fair began Wednesday, Sept. 28 and runs until Sunday, Oct. 2. Daily events include the colorful carnival, exotic petting zoo, magician Adrian D’Marco, the Bengal tiger encounter and the high-flying Cycle Circus. BULLETIN ...

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Guerrero, left, and Lucero, right. Courtesy photo.Guerrero, left, and Lucero, right. Courtesy photo. Bulletin Report Soroptimist International of Las Cruces presented the 2017Live Your Dream: Educational and Training Awards to Agni Guerrero and Marina Lucero on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. Both received awards of $1,000. Guerrero is a senior studying electrical engineering at NMSU. She aspires to a career in the power industry in which she can contribute to the environmental sustainability of power systems, and ...

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Patsy Ramierz, NMSU freshman majoring in accounting, contributes to the Goals, Hopes and Dreams board on the campus’s International Mall Aug. 16, the fall semester’s first day of class.   The board is sponsored by Aggies for Christ.  For more back-to-school scenes, see page 28. LCBftpgLrg Bulletin Photo by Steve MacIntyre

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Aggie golfers conclude run in Rio BULLETIN REPORT After four competitive days of golf, Alena Sharp led the pack of three New Mexico State alumnae who competed in the 2016 Rio Olympics on Saturday. Sharp (Canada) tied for 30th while Gwladys Nocera (France) finished in a tie for 39th and Ursula Wikstrom (Finland) tied for 44th. Sharp finished with a 1-over 285 card on the par-71, 6,245 yards Olympic Course. The LPGA ...

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Confusion clouds county code Ido not hold an advanced degree in public policy. Nor am I a builder or developer. I don’t hold a real estate license. I’m certainly not an attorney. So it’s no wonder I had trouble reading and understanding the 455page Unified Development Code (UDC) that’s being proposed for Doña Ana County. Of course, many of the landowners in our county are not experts either. The code, which ...

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