Pope Francis appoints Wester as 12th Archbishop of Santa Fe Pope Francis has appointed Most Rev. John C. Wester, Bishop of Salt Lake City, as the 12th Archbishop of Santa Fe. He succeeds Archbishop Michael J. Sheehan, whose resignation from the pastoral care of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, upon reaching the age limit, has been accepted by the Holy Father. The Installation Mass for Archbishop- Elect Wester will be 2 p.m. Thursday, ... CONTINUE
Practice how to deal with wind on the golf course Wind, will it ever end? Dry windy days will persist for some time to come. Golf professionals agree that extremely windy and blustery conditions provide the most difficult challenge to scoring. To play their best, recreational and amateur golfers need to grasp how to accommodate difficult circumstances that are beyond their control. One’s awareness and adjustment to blustery conditions can make ... CONTINUE
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NMSU honors the legacy of nurses The Las Cruces Bulletin This year, May 6-12 comprises National Nursing Week, but New Mexico State University has found a way to stretch the stories and appreciation of nursing work into a permanent installment through the Smith Family Nursing Legacy Wall. Carved into a birch tree’s measure of years, the messages vary but the theme is constant. All of the plaques represent nurses and the contributions they have made ... CONTINUE
The last time New Mexico State University appeared in a bowl game JFK had not yet been sworn into office and nobody outside of Liverpool or Hamburg had ever heard of the Beatles. Thanks to a victory over Idaho Nov. 25 engineered by backup quarterback Nick Jeanty (No. 12, pictured), the Aggies play for bowl eligibility Saturday, Dec. 2, in one of the biggest games in the school’s 100-plus-year football history. But, as Bulletin editor Marty Racine ... CONTINUE
New Mexico study: Working individuals make up largest group who benefit from Medicaid expansion Study says 56 percent are working adults in key economic sectors Washington, D.C. — More than 90,000 New Mexicans benefiting from the state’s decision to accept Medicaid expansion work in industries that are the foundation of the state’s economy, with jobs ranging from sales and food service to construction and health care, according to estimates in a study released in September by ... CONTINUE