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Get a Head Start on Gift Shopping While Relaxing at Home

LAS CRUCES -- Holiday shoppers who want to avoid crowds, long lines, sore feet and parking space competitors can buy gifts from the comfort of their home this year.

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Alternative Places to Shop for Gifts

LAS CRUCES -- Think post offices are only for mailing letters and packages? Think again. The perfect gift for that special person may be just a stamp away.

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Pecan Show Call for Entries

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico pecan growers can enter their prize produce in the pecan show held during the Western Pecan Growers' Association conference March 9-11 in Las Cruces.

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NMSU Hosts Forum to Promote Urban High School Agriculture

LAS CRUCES -- With population increasing in urban areas, today's teens are becoming more removed from agriculture. To help introduce agricultural studies into urban high schools, New Mexico State University is hosting the Forum on Agricultural Education in Urban Schools, Jan. 9-11 in Las Cruces.

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Benavidez Received Achievement Award

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Rudy Benavidez, Sandoval County Extension program director and agriculture agent, recently received an achievement award from the National Association of County Agricultural Agents at a reception in Nashville, Tenn.

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Ruiloba Hired as Media Specialist with NMSU's Ag Communications

LAS CRUCES -- Arturo Ruiloba III began work Dec. 2 as media specialist with New Mexico State University's agricultural communications department.

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Bachman Hired as NMSU's Food Stamp Program Coordinator

LAS CRUCES -- Katherine (Kari) Bachman, of Las Cruces, began work Dec. 6 as the coordinator of New Mexico State University's Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program.

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Watson Hired as NMSU Economic Development Coordinator

LAS CRUCES -- Karen A. Watson began work Dec. 2 as economic development coordinator for the Rural Economic Development through Tourism (REDITT) project with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service

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Mora Scientists Celebrate Benefits of Christmas Trees

MORA -- Besides sprucing up the holidays, New Mexico's Christmas trees can make for healthier forest lands and a more robust rural economy. That's why visions of firs and spruces are always dancing in the heads of scientists at New Mexico State University's Mora Research Center.

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Faces of Today's Aggies Reflect Changing Makeup of NMSU's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

LAS CRUCES -- The graduates' faces tell the story. Profiling a typical student from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University isn't as straightforward as it was 40 years ago, when Pistol Pete exemplified the student body of mostly male, rural New Mexicans.

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LAS CRUCES -- The graduates' faces tell the story. Profiling a typical student from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University isn't as straightforward as it was 40 years ago, when Pistol Pete

LAS CRUCES -- Nine New Mexico State University graduates from Las Cruces were inducted into New Mexico State University's Sam Steel Society on Dec. 13 by John Owens, dean and chief administrative officer of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics.

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4-H Essay Contest Winners Named

LAS CRUCES -- Three New Mexico 4-H members have received awards for their creativity and writing skills in the 1997 4-H Essay Contest.

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Baca Hired as Extension Program Director in Cibola County

LAS CRUCES -- Cal Baca began work Jan. 9 as the acting county program director in Cibola County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Governor, Speaker to Open Extension Day at Round House

LAS CRUCES -- Ernie Mills, Santa Fe political reporter, will act as master of ceremonies in the Round House as Gov. Gary Johnson proclaims New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service Day at the Legislature on Jan. 22 at 10:45 a.m. in the Rotunda.

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Growers Can Enter Pecans in Regional Show

LAS CRUCES -- Pecan growers can enter their best produce in the pecan show held during the Western Pecan Growers' Association Conference March 8-10 in Las Cruces.

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NMSU Scientist Studies Latest Drip Irrigation Technology

LAS CRUCES -- Drip. Drip. Drip. Sometimes changes in agriculture come just a drop of water at a time.

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Seminar To Address Beef Cattle Issues in New Mexico

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico ranchers can get an update on poisonous plants, health programs for cattle and breeding animals selection at the beef cattle management seminar Feb. 12 at the Tucumcari Convention Center in Tucumcari.

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4-H Ambassadors and Diplomats Chosen

LAS CRUCES -- Eight New Mexico 4-H members were chosen in January to serve as 1998 state ambassadors and diplomats.

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Foundation to Fund 4-H Scholarships

LAS CRUCES -- For the second year, five New Mexico 4-Hers will receive $2,000 college scholarships funded by the Linebery Foundation.

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NMSU Family Scientist Takes Over as Family Therapy Association President

LAS CRUCES - Robert DelCampo, a family scientist at New Mexico State University, begins a two-year term as president of the New Mexico Association for Marriage and Family Therapy this month.

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