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Festival Offers a Taste of Apache Tradition

LAS CRUCES -- Sounds, sights and tastes of authentic Apache rites that predate the arrival of European settlers will be part of the 12th Annual Mescal Roast and Mountain Spirit Dances. The festival will be held May 14-17 at the Living Desert State Park in Carlsbad.

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NMSU Equestrian Team Clinches National Championship

LAS CRUCES -- Weeks of hard work paid off in silver buckles, trophies and ribbons for New Mexico State University's Equestrian Team. Riders won a national championship in western horsemanship May 3 at the Intercollegiate Horse Show in Port Jervis, New York.

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Nunez to Represent New Mexico on WICHE Veterinary Council

LAS CRUCES -- Andrew Nunez, legislative liaison for New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, was selected as New Mexico's representative to the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) Veterinary Medicine Advisory Council.

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Clary Receives Distinguished Teaching Award

LAS CRUCES -- Cynda Clary, assistant professor in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business at New Mexico State University received the 1998 Distinguished Teaching Award from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at a ceremony April 24.

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NMSU Students Receive Awards in MarketingCompetition

LAS CRUCES -- Students on New Mexico State University's National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) team recently placed third in outstanding chapter and received two innovative idea awards at the national convention in Dallas.

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Dairy Day Festival Features Giant Banana Split

LAS CRUCES -- Ice cream lovers will have a chance to dig into one of the largest banana splits ever made at the 19th annual New Mexico Dairy Day June 6 in Dexter.

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NMSU Study Considers Women at Risk for Gestational Diabetes

LAS CRUCES -- Concern about diabetes during pregnancy has prompted Dr. Maria Guadalupe Muņoz of Juarez to cross the U.S./Mexico border to study at New Mexico State University. Her research could lead to healthier babies on both sides of the border.

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NMSU Exec VP to Head Science Association

LAS CRUCES -- John Owens, interim executive vice president at New Mexico State University, is president-elect of one of the four regional divisions of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Three NMSU Rodeo Team Members to Compete at National College Finals

LAS CRUCES -- Trey Miller, C.J. Aragon and Russell Sullivan will represent New Mexico State University at the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association finals, June 10-20 in Rapid City, S.D.

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Cherry Festival Features Locally Grown Cherries

LAS CRUCES -- Festival goers will have a chance to cool off while sampling some of the best cherries in the state at the 15th annual High Rolls-Mountain Park Cherry Festival, June 20-21 in High Rolls.

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J. Duffey Takes on New Role in Chaves County Extension Office

LAS CRUCES - James Duffey is taking on a new role as Chaves County agricultural agent with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Franzoy joins NMSU's Rural Tourism Project

LAS CRUCES -- Deborah Franzoy began work in May as program coordinator for New Mexico State University's Rural Economic Development through Tourism (REDTT) project. She will work with the hospitality industry to develop and deliver workshops in Doņa Ana, Eddy, Lea and Lincoln counties.

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Fry Hired as Eddy County Extension Home Economist

LAS CRUCES -- Sandra Fry began work in May as the home economist for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service in Eddy County.

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New Weather Stations to Help Monitor Rio Grande Water Use

LAS CRUCES -- Monitoring the climate along the Rio Grande is critical to managing a steady, reliable water source. To track water and weather conditions along the river, the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District is installing 10 new weather stations provided by the Bureau of Reclamation.

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New Mexicans Beef Up Knowledge About Pricing

LAS CRUCES - Ranchers, retail dealers, restaurateurs and others in the beef industry learned more about pricing live animals and carcass beef at a recent workshop at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

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New Technology Could Make Farming More Precise

LAS CRUCES - Bob Sanderson, a pest management specialist with New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station, is hoping to take a little bit of the guesswork out of farming in New Mexico.

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Wine Festival Offers a Flavor of the Old West

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexicans who want to see how the West was won can attend the 5th annual Santa Fe Wine Festival July 4-5 at El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a farming museum on Los Pinos Road.

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Playing it Safe in the Sun

LAS CRUCES -- As the summer heats up in New Mexico, parents must take precautions to limit kids' exposure to the sun, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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NM Growers to Go North for Specialty Crop Tours

LAS CRUCES -- Tours of specialty crop farms and an elk ranch will be hosted by New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service and the Colorado Cooperative Extension Service on July 6 in Colorado's San Luis Valley.

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State 4-H Conference to be Held in July

LAS CRUCES -- Kids from all 33 New Mexico counties will compete in a variety of contests from livestock judging to public speaking during the State 4-H Conference in Las Cruces, July 13-16. Four-H is a New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service program.

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