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Forage and Livestock Demonstrations Planned at Alcalde Field Day

LAS CRUCES -- Livestock producers in northern New Mexico can learn more about calf management and grazing practices at a field day at New Mexico State University's Sustainable Agricultural Science Center at Alcalde on Sept. 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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Border Walking Conference addresses students' needs

Improving teaching methods for bilingual students in border areas is the focus of New Mexico State University's third annual Border Walking Conference Sept. 30-Oct. 2.

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National 4-H Week is Oct. 4-10

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexicans can learn about the most popular youth organization in the country during National 4-H week, Oct. 4-10.

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Child Health Month Focuses on Preventing Alcohol Abuse

LAS CRUCES - Children's advocates will look at ways to prevent kids from suffering the effects of alcohol abuse during October's Child Health Month.

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First NMSU Founder's Award presented to Gerald Thomas

New Mexico State University's first Hiram Hadley Founder's Award of Excellence was presented today to NMSU President Emeritus Gerald W. Thomas.

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NMSU Entomologist Gives Chile Shipping Advice

LAS CRUCES -- Now that the 1998 chile crop is maturing, grocery stores, farmers' markets and roadside stands are filling up with the pungent pods. This may satisfy appetites of local chile heads, but friends and relatives living out of state often don't want to miss out.

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Relatives Provide Positive, Nurturing Child Care

LAS CRUCES -- Just like other child care providers, relatives need to know what parents expect to maintain a positive, nurturing environment, said a child development specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Geronimo Day Features Multicultural Blend of Entertainment, Fun

LAS CRUCES -- The 10th annual Geronimo Days Peace Gathering will feature music, food and activities that reflect southern New Mexico's multicultural environment. It will be held Oct. 10-11 at the Sierra County Fairgrounds in Truth or Consequences.

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Apple Festival Welcomes Visitors to the Cool Pines

LAS CRUCES - Apples, apples and more apples will be featured at the High Rolls Apple Festival Oct. 17-18 at the community center in High Rolls.

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Apple Festival Welcomes Visitors to the Cool Pines

LAS CRUCES - Apples, apples and more apples will be featured at the High Rolls Apple Festival Oct. 17-18 at the community center in High Rolls.

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Family Friendly Employers Can Create Winning Situations

LAS CRUCES -- With more than two-thirds of the nation's preschoolers having both parents in the workforce, employers who get involved in child care issues can create winning situations, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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Family Friendly Employers Can Create Winning Situations

LAS CRUCES -- With more than two-thirds of the nation's preschoolers having both parents in the workforce, employers who get involved in child care issues can create winning situations, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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Extension Newsletter Supports Caregivers

LAS CRUCES -- Seventy percent of people with Alzheimer's live at home, requiring care from their family and friends. For those who have had no caregiver training, this can be overwhelming.

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Water from Air Conditioner Too Harsh for Most Plants

LAS CRUCES -- With the onset of fall, many New Mexicans are draining their evaporative coolers in preparation for winter. Water-wise residents who use the leftover water on their gardens may actually be harming their plants, said a New Mexico State University horticulturist.

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NMSU Junior from Las Cruces Earns First Bird Scholarship

LAS CRUCES - Jared Langenegger, a junior majoring in fishery and wildlife sciences at New Mexico State University, has earned the first Willis M. (Dub) Bird Jr. Scholarship.

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Plaza to Host Arts Mesilla and Crafts, Mariachis Date: Sept. 30, 1998

LAS CRUCES -- The voices, horns and stringed instruments of musicians will fill the air at the "Sounds of Mariachis in Mesilla" program from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oct. 11 in Mesilla's historic plaza.

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Coffee-Boiling Contest Highlights Alamo Indian Day

LAS CRUCES -- Contests for the best fry bread and fastest coffee boiling will be among the highlights of the 18th annual Alamo Indian Day, Oct.9-10, at the Alamo Band Navajo Tribe in Alamo.

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Livestock Producers Encouraged to Test Bulls for Performance at Abiquiu

LAS CRUCES -- Ranchers from New Mexico and surrounding states can have the genetic potential of their bull calves tested at the Northern New Mexico Bull Test in Abiquiu at the El Sueno del Corazon Ranch.

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Turfgrass Conference Oct. 20-23 in Ruidoso

LAS CRUCES -- Managers of recreational turf areas will learn about composting, controlling weeds and avoiding common irrigation problems at the Southwest Turfgrass Association Conference Oct. 20-23 at the Ruidoso Convention and Civic Events Center.

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Fall Snakeweed Treatment Can Protect Livestock

LAS CRUCES -- Treating poisonous broom snakeweed this fall can help ranchers in central and northern New Mexico catch the plant early in its life cycle, preventing livestock poisonings.

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Mining reclamation enters digital age with help from NMSU students

How do you teach people with no prior knowledge of computer mapping to turn old paper maps of mining sites into electronic versions linked with up-to-date surface conditions? The U.S. Department of Interior's Office of Surface Mining (OSM) funded a $25,000 project at New Mexico State University's geography department to find out.

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McIlvoy's novel "Hyssop" resounds with voices of New Mexico

A book signing for Kevin McIlvoy, author of the new novel "Hyssop," will take place at the New Mexico State University Bookstore from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15.

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Glowworms Sighted in Southern New Mexico

Las Cruces -- People who have noticed eerie, blue-green lights the size of pinpoints in the grass at night may have witnessed a rare sighting of New Mexico glowworms, said an entomologist with New Mexico State University.

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NMSU's Public History Department to accept nominations for endangered properties

New Mexico State University's Public History Department is accepting applications for "New Mexico's Most Endangered Properties List" to be included in the New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance's (NMHPA) preservation activities for 1999.

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Some Transgenic Cotton Vulnerable to Plant Disease

LAS CRUCES -- A cotton disease is cropping up in some new genetically altered varieties planted to fight insect and weed problems in the Mesilla Valley, a New Mexico State University plant pathologist said.

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Organizing Household Records Can Reduce Frustration

LAS CRUCES -- The hunt for misplaced receipts, bills, bank statements and other important papers is something that most people experience at one time or another. The solution is to set up a filing system for family financial papers, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Plan for Holiday Spending Now

LAS CRUCES -- Shopping for holiday gifts may be the last thing on consumers' minds in October, but it's an ideal time to plan ahead, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Long-term Care Insurance Important for Retirement Years

LAS CRUCES -- Eight million Americans 65 and older with a disability or chronic disease will need long-term care by the year 2000. But many people don't make financial preparations for basic retirement, much less long-term care, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Helping Teens Manage Money

LAS CRUCES -- Just when parents are paying off bills for new school clothes and supplies, teenagers may need more money for other necessities like band trips, class rings and yearbook pictures. All these expenses can stress the family's budget, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Head Start program expands services

The Dona Ana County Head Start program, based at New Mexico State University, plans to expand services at its Anthony, N.M., center with a recently awarded $130,000 federal grant.

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