Should city change approach to feral cats? By Mike Cook Las Cruces Bulletin Can the City of Las Cruces find a way to cut back the number of feral cats on the streets, yet still cut back the number of cats killed at a shelter? The Las Cruces City Council spent about two hours discussing issue at a work session on Monday, Sept. 29. Rebecca DeHaven, a staff attorney for the national ...

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Ags set to tangle with rival Lobos Bulletin report The Aggie football team has a message. “Everybody’s still got their heads up,” New Mexico State University wide receiver Greg Hogan said. “We had good preparation this week.” NMSU (0-3) comes off a bye week and heads 200 or so miles to the north to take on in-state rival the University of New Mexico Lobos. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. ...

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FAIR 2 Bulletin photo by Steve MacIntyre Las Cruces residents Jessica Quirico and her daughter Natalie Quirico, 8, enjoy the Sizzler ride Wednesday Wednesday, Sept. 30 during the first day of the Southern New Mexico State Fair. With more than 35,000 attendees expected, the fair continues until Sunday, Oct. 4 at the fairgrounds west of Las Cruces. The hours are 9 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2-3, and 9 a.m. to 6 ...

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Got ’em! After Buddy Tharp ropes a steer’s head, his cousin, Russell Tharp, throws his lasso to catch the legs Sunday, Sept. 20 during the Cowboys For Cancer Research team roping event at the Southern New Mexico Fairgrounds. BULLETIN PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BELARDE

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Report: NMSU staffing is top heavy By Brook Stockberger Las Cruces Bulletin A reorganization is in order at New Mexico State University and the school hopes such a move could save up to $53 million. The more than 3,000 staff employees – excluding the about 900 faculty members – learned Tuesday, Sept. 22 there will be changes on the way in how jobs will be approached and how hierarchy will function throughout ...

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NMSU floral team competes regionally By Kristie Garcia For the Las Cruces Bulletin The New Mexico State University floral team competed regionally this summer, bringing home one first-place honor and two second-place finishes. The team will be able to compete nationally for the first time next year in the American Institute of Floral Designers collegiate competition due to NMSU floriculture program coordinator Sabine Green receiving full induction into AIFD ...

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NMSU licks wounds after 0-3 start Bulletin report A well-deserved rest is in order. The New Mexico State University football team has started its season off with three-straight losses, but has a bye week and does not play Saturday, Sept. 20 as they rest up and prepare for three straight away contests. The next game for the Aggies is Saturday, Oct. 3 at in-state rival the University of New Mexico. Their next ...

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Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo rides again By Zak Hansen Las Cruces Bulletin From its humble beginnings as a small livestock show and rodeo held on the New Mexico State University campus to its current status as one of the Land of Enchantment’s premier annual events, the Southern New Mexico State Fair and Rodeo has become an institution over its 49 years, bringing together people near and far for five days of fun. This year, ...

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