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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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Tempting temptations There’s lots to do in the Valley this fall “It was the third of September …” That’s the opening line to the Temptations’ classic “Papa Was a Rolling Stone.” In Las Cruces on the third of September, was also a day to always remember. You could have attended the Franciscan Arts Festival at Holy Cross Retreat. You could have attended one of our two dueling wine festivals. Or you could have ...

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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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Council to continue managing theater By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, June 20, regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council voted unanimously to continue its agreement with the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) to manage the Rio Grande Theatre (RGT). The resolution approved by the council allocates $120,000 to DAAC for the third year of its five-year agreement with the city, which began in June 2014. Mayor Ken Miyagishima ...

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Bulletin Report Learn about engineering at the Museum of Nature and Science! In recognition of National Engineers’ Week, Feb. 19-24, representatives from New Mexico State University College of Engineering student organizations will lead activities and give demonstrations related to all engineering disciplines. The event will be at the Museum of Nature and Science Thursday, Feb. 23, from 3-5 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The museum is located at 411 North Main Street. For more information: 575-522-3120, museum.monas@las-cruces.org

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