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NMSU’s Pratt receives prestigious crop science award By KRISTIE GARCIA For the Bulletin When you listen to Rich Pratt talk about the importance of crops for future generations, you can’t help but hear the sincerity in his voice. Whether it’s addressing crop diseases, limited water resources, soil salinity or high temperatures, Pratt says many crop scientists are in service of mankind. It was probably his passion and dedication through the years that ultimately led ...

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School board responds to Skandera By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin “I’m not trying to overstep my authority in any way, but that has been misunderstood,” Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education President Maria Flores told about 200 people attending a Tuesday, Feb. 2 board meeting. Flores was responding to a Jan. 26 letter sent to the board by New Mexico Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera that ...

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By MIKE COOK Las Cruces Bulletin At its Monday, Feb. 21 regular meeting, the Las Cruces City Council unanimously approved resolutions: ▪ Designating portions of two streets near the Las Cruces Public Schools Field of Dreams sports complex – on Tashiro Drive between north Valley Drive and north Motel Drive, and on Motel Boulevard between west Picacho Avenue and Tashiro Drive – as “Coach Jim Bradley Championship Way.” Bradley was the long-time football coach at Mayfield High School. He died in 2015. Under the memorial ...

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By Phile Wilke For the Bulletin Dodge Intrepid SE died recently in El Paso, Texas, from terminal cooling system failure. He was 15. “Red,” as he was affectionately known, lived a long and full life. He was on the verge of rolling over to 190,000 miles and had been in the family since 40,000 miles. Red was comfortable cruising at 75, but in his youth could crank it up to 110. His beauty had faded over the years (hasn’t all of ours though?), ...

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Bulletin Report On Tuesday, Feb. 21, the state House of Representatives unanimously approved House Joint Memorial 6 requesting the the Children, Youth and Families Department (CYFD) and the Department of Public Safety (DPS) consider educating their providers on the connection between animal abuse and intra-family violence. Rep. Jim Dines (R-Bernalillo) sponsored HJ6, which was proposed based on studies that have identified a link between animal abuse and violence against family members.  Individuals with a history of animal abuse are approximately three times more ...

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