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Pecan conference to draw 600 By Darrell J. Pehr For the Bulletin With an update on the proposed pecan marketing order and the excitement of an “on” year for pecan production, a big turnout is expected for the 50th annual Western Pecan Growers Association conference and trade show Sunday to Tuesday, March 6 to 8 in Las Cruces at Hotel Encanto, 705 S. Telshor Blvd. “We have a lot of interest ...

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‘Greatest Trojan’ passes away Legendary Mayfield football coach dies at 82 By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin New Mexico high school football coaching legend Jim Bradley died Wednesday, Aug. 12 at the age of 82. He roamed the sidelines for decades before he retired at the end of the 2005 season when he won his seventh and final state championship. The New Mexico High School Hall of Fame football coach snared five state ...

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Are water restrictions New Mexico’s future? By Angela Simental For the Bulletin On May 5, California approved a 25-percent cut on water use in urban areas in an effort to conserve water after four years of intense drought. With these historic water restrictions, could New Mexico face the same future? “Probably. I don’t see this in the next five to 10 years, but it is definitely a look into the future for us,” ...

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Tuesday morning, April 11, the home page of the University of New Mexico athletics department had a giant graphic announcing: “Join us in welcoming Paul Weir, head coach, New Mexico men’s basketball.” Weir003 Someone even found a photo of Weir wearing a Lobo red tie to accompany the graphic. UNM hired Weir after he had just finished a successful first season as head coach at New Mexico State University, leading the Aggies to the Western ...

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By Cassie McClure and Suzanne Michaels For the Bulletin Myths can create a dense fog around truth. With China’s “National Sword” action, overnight the nation now refuses to accept low-quality and dirty recyclables. That’s turned recycling across the globe on its ear. The action forces everyone to clean up their recycling to produce quality material, and that results in fast-approaching recycling changes. This is the time to remember why our city has chosen to be “green,” and time to bust some of the ...

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