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Brook Stockberger
Time to get out and watch the Aggies College football coaches can be a paranoid bunch. Once, while I sat in an old, wine-colored Chevy Celebrity with a dent in the driver’s side door thanks to a large, Pennsylvania White Tail buck, and watched the New Mexico State University football team practice, a trainer — or some low-level assistant- type-person — was sent over to check me out. You see, I was ...

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Men Who Cook offers fun, food for fundraiser By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin One Saturday each August, a cacophony of sounds bounces around the tables and appliances in the kitchen. Knives chop, blenders blend and oven doors slam, all the while jokes are traded, hands are repeatedly washed and cans are opened. Ah, Men Who Cook has come to Las Cruces once again. For the eighth year, the ...

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Multi-faceted research on chipmunks enhances NMSU public education program By Jocelyn N. Apodaca For the Las Cruces Bulletin More than just a cute and cuddly critter, the Oscura Mountain chipmunk is providing New Mexico State University Fish and Wildlife researchers with vital habitat information on an entirely unique kind of animal. Chipmunks are found in coniferous forest habitats. In the arid environments of southern New Mexico, these forests only occur ...

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On the way Members of the Las Cruces City Council and others take to their shovels during the groundbreaking ceremony for a new city plaza on Friday, July 24, in Downtown Las Cruces near the monument for the former St. Genevieve church. Nearby drive-through lanes for Bank of the West will soon be razed as construction begins. To see more photos, turn to pages A12 and A13. PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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CVB: Aerospace tourism is close to reality By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Director Philip San Filippo calls Las Cruces “the Kittyhawk of the future,” comparing it to the small town in North Carolina that became internationally famous after the Wright brothers made the world’s first controlled- power airplane flights a few miles south of there in December 1903. San Filippo sees the same ...

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