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And we’re off … A sign greets voters at the Doña Ana County Government Center at 845 N. Motel Blvd., Tuesday, Oct. 11, the first day of early voting for the 2016 general election. A ballot (inset) awaits a voter to fill in the ovals. The government center is the only place for early voting until Oct. 22 when the availability will expand to seven locations. Turn to pages 8-17 to read about some of the races ...

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New state veterinarian brings broad animal experience BULLETIN REPORT After a six-month, nationwide search, a new state veterinarian has been named for New Mexico. Ralph Zimmerman, DVM, will lead the Office of the State Veterinarian after seven years as head veterinarian at the Albuquerque Biopark Zoo. The Office of the State Veterinarian resides within the New Mexico Livestock Board. Zimmerman and his staff of field veterinarians will work with the Livestock Board and ...

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Lobos top Ags in pitchers’ duel Bulletin report The New Mexico State baseball team came up just short in the second game of the Rio Grande Rivalry Series against New Mexico, falling 3-2. The four-game series is now tied up at one game apiece. This was a true pitcher’s duel as Dalton Shalberg faced only three over the minimum through the first three innings. UNM starter Luis Gonzalez only faced two over the ...

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Ten years of tough Say the words; ask the questions Never underestimate the power of a casual conversation or asking a simple question. In 2007, June Mumme attended a New Mexico State University rodeo and saw Denny and Geraldine Calhoun wearing pink shirts, emblazoned with “Tough Enough to Wear Pink.” She asked the Calhouns what it was about, and they told her how it was part of a Wrangler Jeans and National ...

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New education law could mean big changes By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin President Barack Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) into law Dec. 10. The new law means “no more one size fits all,” said Las Cruces Public Schools (LCPS) Chief Academic Officer Andrea Fletcher. “It changes the focus to give states more power. It lets us really target what we need in our state. It’s really a good thing.” “Overall, it’s ...

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