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Chile Memorabilia Needed for Museum Exhibit

LAS CRUCES -- Hand tools, harvest equipment, historical photos and oral biographies are just a few items the Chile Pepper Institute is looking for to create chile exhibits at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces.

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Shake and Bake Dance Festival Highlights Middle Eastern Culture

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexicans can experience traditions of the Middle East through dance, music and food at the International Shake and Bake Dance Festival July 29-Aug. 4, at the Wyndham Hotel in Albuquerque.

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Auditions for Agricultural Careers Video Shoot to be Held

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's agricultural communications department will hold auditions for parts in a video shoot about agricultural careers at 9 a.m. August 6, in the Social Living Center of Gerald Thomas Hall.

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4-H Winners Claim Awards at Annual State Conference

LAS CRUCES -- Top 4-H members from across New Mexico received awards and scholarships at a ceremony July 16, following four days of State 4-H Conference and competition at New Mexico State University.

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San Lorenzo Feast Day Preserves New Mexico's Ancient History

LAS CRUCES -- Centuries-old Indian dances will highlight the annual San Lorenzo Feast Day at Acoma Pueblo's Acomita Village on August 10.

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Onion Research Helps Stretch Growing Season

LAS CRUCES -- In June and July, southern New Mexico satisfies about 60 percent of the nation's appetite for fresh market onions.

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Bat Flight Breakfast Set at Caverns

LAS CRUCES Ð Festival-goers who want to do something batty can witness one of nature's most spectacular sights at the Bat Flight Breakfast Aug. 13 at Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

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EPA to Oversee Evaluation of New Mexico's Watersheds

LAS CRUCES -- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked New Mexico agencies and tribal councils to help evaluate the overall health of the state's 83 major watersheds.

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Sutherland Hired as Extension Entomologist

LAS CRUCES -- Carol Sutherland began work in June as a part- time entomologist for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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St. Hilaire Joins NMSU as Horticulture Prof

LAS CRUCES Ð Rolston St. Hilaire joined the NMSU faculty in July as an assistant professor of horticulture. He will teach courses about ornamental plants and landscape design and conduct research on drought tolerance and water use in ornamental plants.

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Pick Up Berry Tips at Lincoln Workshop

LAS CRUCES -- From planting to preserves, every aspect of raspberry and blackberry production and marketing will be covered during a workshop and farm tour Aug. 21 near Lincoln.

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Watch Out for Vacation Scams

LAS CRUCES -- As New Mexicans make plans for fall and winter vacations, free or low-cost vacation offers that sound too good to be true probably are. A New Mexico State University consumer education specialist warns that the Federal Trade Commission reports that unsuspecting consumers regularly fall for such offers.

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Financial Planning Helps Newlyweds

LAS CRUCES -- Reviewing financial situations can help couples avoid potential conflicts as they plan for marriage, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Beware of Extra Services That Cost Money

LAS CRUCES -- Doing a good job of managing money depends as much on what a family decides not to buy as on what is actually purchased.

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Money Problems Create Stress for Many Families

LAS CRUCES -- In these days of a healthy national economy, not all is as rosy as it might be, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Entomologist Recommends Ways to Help Manage Fire Ants

LAS CRUCES Ð Red imported fire ants can invade yards, gardens, fields and even crawl inside homes. But there are ways to help control them.

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Dog Days of Summer Busy for Bugs

LAS CRUCES -- Many bugs that can harm trees and shrubs are on the move during the last months of summer, said a New Mexico State University entomologist.

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NMSU researchers compete for spot on Space Station

It's like the Olympic trials, but the game is science.

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Alspach Wins Returning Homemaker Scholarship

LAS CRUCES -- Kim Alspach was selected recently as the recipient of the Returning Homemaker Scholarship by the Doa Ana County Extension Clubs Council.

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Peppers With Leathery Spots May Have Plant Disorder

LAS CRUCES Ð Just as a season of hard work begins to pay off with a delicious pepper harvest, gardeners may notice a discolored lesion near the blossom end of some fruit. Although the ugly sight is not a devastating disease, blossom-end rot can be troublesome.

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New Mexico Drought Status Online

LAS CRUCES Ð It's no secret that New Mexico is facing a drought. Weather statistics and predictions abound in newspapers, television broadcasts and radio programs. Now there's one more place New Mexicans can go for up-to-date status reports on the state's situation: the World Wide Web.

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NMSU Media Specialist Housed in Albuquerque

LAS CRUCES -- Rena Larraaga, assistant editor with New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences , began work in a new Albuquerque location this month. She is the first specialist in recent history from the college's agricultural communications department to be located outside Las Cruces.

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Agricultural Tours, Research Showcased Aug. 20 in Artesia

LAS CRUCES -- Pecos Valley research about dairy heifers, cotton pests, a saltcedar project tour and variety trials for alfalfa, cotton and chile will highlight an Aug. 20 field day.

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Locoweed Guide Helps Ranchers Identify Poisonous Plants

LAS CRUCES -- Bean and pea plants have some rangeland relatives that cause problems for New Mexico's ranchers. About 75 different species of white-, purple- and blue-flowered locoweeds grow in the state, fewer than 20 of which are poisonous to livestock. To help tell them apart, New Mexico State University researchers have compiled a field guide to common locoweeds.

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Gardening, Conservation and Agriculture Showcased Aug. 19 in Los Lunas

LAS CRUCES Ð Home gardeners and agricultural producers will see the latest research on xeriscaping, plant diseases, livestock management, wildlife control and bosque reclamation Aug. 19 in Los Lunas.

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NMSU Engineering dean to step down

J. Derald Morgan, dean of New Mexico State University's College of Engineering since 1985, has announced he will step down as dean of the college effective Jan. 1, 1999.

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NMSU freshman enrollment up more than 23 percent

New freshman enrollment at New Mexico State University is up more than 23 percent from last fall, NMSU President William B. Conroy told the university's Board of Regents today.

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NMSU to Help People Move from Welfare to Work

LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University will play a key role in helping New Mexicans make the transition from welfare to work, beginning in September.

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Wells Hired as San Juan County Extension Home Economist

LAS CRUCES -- Linda Wells began work Aug. 3 as the home economist for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service in San Juan County.

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San Estevan Feast Day Observes Pueblo Traditions

LAS CRUCES Ð A historical celebration to mark the beginning of harvest will take place on San Estevan Feast Day Sept. 2 at the Acoma Pueblo, east of Grants.

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