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NMSU Research: Alfalfa Supplies Can Support New Mexico's Growing Dairy Industry

LAS CRUCES - There's no shortage of fuel to feed New Mexico's growing dairy industry, said a New Mexico State University agricultural economist.

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NMSU museum to prepare for new exhibit

The New Mexico State University museum at Kent Hall will be closed Oct. 13 through Nov. 12 to prepare for its new exhibit of Southwestern and Central American pottery, "On Collecting Pottery: The Horace and Patricia Poeter Collection."

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Dia de los Muertos to be Celebrated on Historic Mesilla Plaza

Las Cruces -- Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, will be celebrated on the historic plaza in Mesilla, N.M., on Sunday, Nov. 1. The third annual event is a celebration and remembrance of friends and relatives who have died.

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Win the War Against Fire Ants

Las Cruces -- Fall is the ideal time for homeowners to start their war against fire ants if they want to win the battle by next spring, said an entomologist with New Mexico State University.

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Pick the Perfect Pumpkin For the Holiday Season

LAS CRUCES -- Fall brings harvest moons, crisp weather and brightly colored leaves. Few crops epitomize the season like pumpkins.

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NMSU grad student helps with celebration of the women's movement

New Mexico State University public history graduate student Tracie Shane, of Seneca Falls, N.Y., worked as a summer intern at the Women's Rights National Historic Park (WRNHP) and helped commemorate the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Sentiments, the document that started the women's movement.

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Bond Issue B includes about $9 million for NMSU campuses

New Mexico State University's main and branch campuses will receive about $9 million for new buildings and renovation projects if voters approve Bond Issue B on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.

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Act Now to Prevent Spring Problems with Rayless Goldenrod

LAS CRUCES -- Before winter weather hits, livestock owners should protect their animals by treating poisonous rayless goldenrod plants.

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NMSU Equestrian Teams to Defend Rankings

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's equestrian teams will defend their rankings Oct. 23-25 when the university hosts a Western and English show on campus on the corner of El Paseo and Stewart Streets.

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Ecologist Joins Range Improvement Task Force

LAS CRUCES -- Terrell Baker III joined New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service last month as a riparian management specialist. He will study land issues regarding stream banks and other riparian areas for the Range Improvement Task Force, an NMSU land-use study group.

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NMSU library announces new databases

The New Mexico State University library has added "LEXIS-NEXIS Academic Universe" and "Ethnic NewsWatch" to its redesigned home Web page. The academic version of LEXIS-NEXIS allows users to locate full-text and abstracts of comprehensive news, business and legal information. Users also can search a variety of trade and academic journals, foreign and domestic news sources, regional U.S. news services, radio and television transcripts, federal and state case law, medical, legislative, and industry news and annual reports from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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NMSU Distinguished Alumni to be honored during Homecoming week

New Mexico State University's Alumni Association will honor its 1998 Distinguished Alumni and the recipient of the James F. Cole Memorial Award for Service at an Eye Opener Breakfast during NMSU's Homecoming weekend set for Oct. 29 - 31.

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Composting Workshop Set Nov. 5 in Las Cruces and Santa Fe

LAS CRUCES New Mexicans can take part in a satellite broadcast and workshop called "Composting: A Tool for Western Agriculture." -- The event, the first of three workshops, will be held Nov. 5 from 9:30 a.m. to noon in Las Cruces and Santa Fe.

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Veterans Day Car Show to Feature Antiques and Classics

LAS CRUCES -- Automobiles of every age, style and make will highlight the third annual Veterans Day Antique and Classic Car Show and Swap Meet Nov. 7 at the Veterans Center in Truth or Consequences.

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Astronomers discover galaxy in our cosmic back yard

Two New Mexico State University astronomers teamed up with colleagues in the Netherlands to discover a large galaxy in the immediate neighborhood of our own Milky Way galaxy.

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Thomas Bahr receives NMSU Founder's Award

Thomas Bahr, director of the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute at New Mexico State University since 1978, has been honored with NMSU's Hiram Hadley Founder's Award of Excellence in recognition of his outstanding service.

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NMSU profs build parallel computer, invite researchers to sample

How can you get supercomputing power in your own backyard for one-tenth the cost of traditional machines? Build it yourself, answered New Mexico State University computer science and electrical engineering professors. With help from a $75,000 National Science Foundation research instrumentation grant, they built a high-performance supercomputer from scratch.

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Farmers Warned To Avoid Drilling or Cutting Plow Frames

LAS CRUCES -- Farmers should avoid drilling or cutting the sealed metal frames of chisel plows and other weighted tillage equipment because of the risk of an explosion, a farm safety specialist said.

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Mariachi Conference to Draw Students, Music Lovers to Las Cruces

LAS CRUCES -- Thousands of music and dance students and fans -- plus some world-class performers -- will be in Las Cruces Nov. 12-15 for the fifth annual Las Cruces International Mariachi Conference.

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Renowned Plant Scientist George McNew Dead at 90

LAS CRUCES -- George L. McNew, distinguished alumnus and distinguished adjunct professor of plant pathology at New Mexico State University, died Oct. 30 in Las Cruces. He was 90.

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Raising Kids Costs Big Bucks

LAS CRUCES -- Children are not usually thought of as financial assets or liabilities, but the cost of raising them can be rather startling, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Raising Kids Costs Big Bucks

LAS CRUCES -- Children are not usually thought of as financial assets or liabilities, but the cost of raising them can be rather startling, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Loan Consolidation May Not be the Answer to Solving Credit Problems

LAS CRUCES -- Loan consolidation may seem the best way to reduce financial problems and the quickest and easiest way to end the harassment from bill collectors. But people considering consolidation loans may not realize all of the financial implications of combining their debts, said a consumer education specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Equestrian Teams Host English and Western Shows

LAS CRUCES -- One hundred and eighty riders representing eight schools showed off their equestrian skills as New Mexico State University's Equestrian team hosted two shows Oct. 23-25.

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Skunks Can Be Beneficial Nuisances

Las Cruces -- Skunks can be beneficial to gardeners and land owners primarily because they eat on a large variety of agricultural and garden pests, but their burrowing and feeding habits can be a nuisance, not to mention the problems associated with their smell.

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Anxiety, fear contribute to prejudice, say NMSU professors

Approval of Bond Issue B in Tuesday's general election shows the importance that New Mexico voters place on education, New Mexico State University President William B. Conroy said.

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NMSU expands American Reads Challenge program in schools, community

New Mexico State University will receive $114,000 in federal funds this academic year to continue sending reading tutors to the public schools and expand the program to Head Start centers and local community centers.

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Voters approve education bond issue

Approval of Bond Issue B in Tuesday's general election shows the importance that New Mexico voters place on education, New Mexico State University President William B. Conroy said.

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I. Miley Gonzalez among Most Influential Hispanics

U.S. Under Secretary of Agriculture I. Miley Gonzalez, former associate agriculture dean at New Mexico State University, has been named among the 100 Most Influential Hispanics by Hispanic Business magazine.

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Rodent-Proof Your Home as Cold Weather Approaches

LAS CRUCES -- As winter approaches, mice start looking for warm places to build their nests, often inside homes.

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