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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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Courtesy photoCourtesy photo BULLETIN REPORT Las Cruces Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that helps identify two men suspected of simultaneously committing crimes Tuesday at a local GameStop store. Shortly before 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, Las Cruces police were dispatched to the report of an armed robbery that occurred at the GameStop at 1455 Hickory Loop. Officers learned that a masked man entered the store, displayed a black ...

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UDC on commission agenda BULLETIN REPORT The Universal Development Code is on the agenda for the Tuesday, Oct. 25 Doña Ana County Commission meeting. The regular meeting will start at 9 a.m. and take place in the commission chambers on the first floor of the County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd. The commission will decide whether to approve publication of title and general summary of an ordinance to adopt the UDC. Daniel Hortert, director of community ...

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Ag football set for final spring clash Bulletin report If you’re craving live football, your last chance for several months can be found at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 16 at Aggie Memorial Stadium. NMSU’s football team will hold its annual Spring Game to end spring practice and cast an eye toward summer conditioning. Admission is free. The athletics department marketing staff will provide free, limited- edition posters as attendees ...

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A nice society without punching As a youngster, I had hopes for when I grew up that technology would help America become a better place to live. It was standard dinner table conversation to talk about the advances of technology. Why, we even had a telephone. That was something that my grandparents never had on the ranch. When I was seven we were at my grandparent’s ranch and witnessed the first object sent ...

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