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Doña Ana County Animal Control and Codes Enforcement, along with Planning and Vector Control personnel, will be going door-to-door in several Organ neighborhoods on Thursday, April 21 to offer education on weed control, pest control, animal ordinances and other potential violations. The Animal Control and Environmental Survey (ACES) project aims to educate residents on how to come into compliance with county ordinances and beautify the area where they live. In recent years, several ACES projects have been done countywide. ...

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Animal Services Center competition nets nearly 1,000 items By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Nearly 1,000 towels, blankets and other items were donated and delivered to the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) as a result of a friendly competition between the City of Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. A total of 979 items were donated, with 495 credited to the county and 484 to the city. ...

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NMSU installs synthetic turf at Presley Askew By Amanda Bradford For the Bulletin JOYNERKERSEE When members of the Aggie baseball team take the field at home this season, they’ll have a little extra spring in their step. Lush, green synthetic turf that was recently installed on the infield will provide a smooth, even playing surface and a beautiful backdrop for their games. New Mexico State University unveiled the new turf in a pregame ceremony ...

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Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo rides again By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin From its humble beginnings as a small livestock show and rodeo held on the New Mexico State University campus to its current status as one of the Land of Enchantment’s premier annual events, the Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo has become an institution over its 49 years, bringing together people near and far for five days of fun. This year, ...

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Siakam paces Aggie men’s attack Bulletin report As the late Stewart Scott would often exclaim on ESPN, “Call him butter because he’s on a roll.” New Mexico State University junior forward Pascal Siakam is sure on a roll and has set the pace for the Aggies so far this season. He notched his third 30plus game of the season and his 10th double- double of the year as he led the Aggies ...

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