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Aggies take national recognition into UTEP rivalry BY MARTY RACINE For the Bulleitn At 12-2, the New Mexico State Aggies on Dec. 27 had a better record than 11 teams in each of the two major national polls — the AP Top 25 and USA Today’s Coaches Poll. But they remain unranked, if not unrecognized: They did receive one vote in the coaches’ poll, comprised of 32 coaches at Division I institutions. The Aggies on Friday (Dec. 30) ride a 10-game winning streak into ...

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Hard Road Trio gains local, national following By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “It’s art and it’s business,” said musician and singer Chris Sanders about Hard Road Trio, the Las Cruces-based group she, Steve Smith and Anne Luna have been a part of for the past eight years. “If you don’t do the business, you don’t get a chance to play for people. And, if it’s not art, I don’t want to do it.” ...

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The Big Event LOGO 2 The Big Event is really … a big event! The second annual celebration of southern New Mexico food and traditions benefits local cancer patients and their families. The four-day Big Event – also known as La Gran Fiesta – will be Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 21-24 in various locations around Las Cruces. Most events will be on the Plaza de Las Cruces downtown. The itinerary (see sidebar) includes a golf tournament, parade, the ...

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High Heels for High Hopes AJ Carlson walks the runway as a rock star during the March of Dimes’ High Heels For High Hopes show Friday, Nov. 20. Twenty-three women participated with five salons to create the show with creative director, Leonard Jimenez. The campaign raised more than $205,000 to support March of Dimes programs of research, education and community services to prevent premature birth and birth defects.

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SEMI-TOUGH Las Cruces High School quarterback Payton Ball (5) eludes Rio Rancho defensive back Jaylen McKinley in the state quarterfinal matchup Nov. 17 at Field of Dreams. The Bulldawgs’ 28-10 victory sends them to the Class 6A semifinals at Field of Dreams Friday, Nov. 24, against top-ranked Manzano, which took care of Clovis, 45-7. The winner will play for the state championship.

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