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Wright Hired as Extension Water Quality and Pesticide Specialist

LAS CRUCES -- Marsha Wright began work May 1 as a water quality and pesticide specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Valdez Hired as Extension 4-H Agent in Los Alamos County

LAS CRUCES -- Carlos Valdez began work May 13 for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service as the 4-H agent in Los Alamos County.

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College Ambassadors Selected for Coming Academic Year

LAS CRUCES -- Twenty-nine students were chosen to serve as ambassadors for New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences during the next academic year.

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Mastin Hired as San Juan County Extension Home Economist for 4-H

LAS CRUCES -- Dian Mastin began work June 1 as the 4-H home economist in San Juan County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Copeland Hired as Rio Arriba County Extension 4-H/Agriculture Agent

LAS CRUCES -- Sandra Copeland, of Santa Rosa, began work June 1 as the 4-H/agriculture agent in Rio Arriba County at Los Ojos for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Texas Declared Grand Champion in the New Mexico/Texas Chile War

LAS CRUCES -- They've been waiting for their turn for three years, and this year it finally happened. Texas defeated New Mexico as the overall grand champion at the New Mexico/Texas Chile War held Memorial Day weekend in Las Cruces.

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Winners Announced for 1996 Passive Solar Home Design Competition

LAS CRUCES -- Architectural drafting students from high schools and universities across New Mexico began the arduous task of designing an efficient passive solar home in fall 1995. The hours spent planning, drawing and re-drawing have paid off for 13 students in the 1996 Passive Solar Home Design Competition.

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Fire-retardant Plants Can Help Protect Homes

ALBUQUERQUE -- Landscaping can be part of a fire prevention strategy for homeowners who live in New Mexico's forests or rangelands, said a New Mexico State University horticulturist.

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Record-setting Fire Danger a Threat to Forest Homeowners

RUIDOSO -- Blazing red signs on the roads near the Lincoln National Forest tell the story in New Mexico this summer: Fire danger extreme.

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Drought Conditions Complicate Range Management

LAS CRUCES -- Drought conditions could complicate ranchers' efforts to manage locoweed and mesquite this year, said a New Mexico State University range brush and weed specialist.

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