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New Mexico State University cheerleaders lend support to the Aggie women’s basketball team against Chicago State March 13 in the opening round of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada. The women and men played their hearts out this year. See page 6 and Sports. PHOTO COURTESY DAVID MCCOLLUM  

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From left: Special Olympian Andrew Kegel, LCPD Community Liaison Officer Aaron Glymph, Codes Enforcement Officer Steven Chavez, Special Olympian Tyler Tracy, LCPD Lt. Joy Mickendrow and Codes Enforcement Officer Mary Telles share some laughs during the Tip-a-Cop fundraiser at ¡Ándele! Restaurante Jan. 25 to raise funds for New Mexico Special Olympics.

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Cool in the pool Rebecca Paz attends an aqua aerobics class at the NMSU Natatorium Monday morning, June 4. It’s one way to beat the heat which, except for a June 3 storm that raked the area, has flirted with triple digits for daytime highs since the last week of May. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE

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LCB0301Snow blankets the Organ Mountains early Saturday, Feb. 23, as seen from South Main Street. Though winter officially lasts three more weeks, a warm-up is expected to keep daytime temperatures mostly in the 70s. BULLETIN PHOTO BY STEVE MACINTYRE  

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Bataan Death March survivor Beverly “Ben” Skardon (in green cap) again participated in the annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range March 17 honoring U.S. soldiers captured by Japanese troops in World War II. Skardon, 101, walked about three miles accompanied by Ben’s Brigade, a collection of family, friends, former students and faculty from Clemson (SC) University, where he is professor emeritus. PHOTO BY KENNETH A. SCAR/ CLEMSON UNIVERSITY  

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