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Articulation Agreement Reached Between NMSU and Oklahoma State

LAS CRUCES -- Six New Mexico State University forestry students will be able to complete their bachelor's degrees at Oklahoma State University while paying in-state tuition, according to an articulation agreement reached between the two colleges.

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Four-H Winners Claim Awards at N.M. Annual State Conference

LAS CRUCES -- Top 4-H members from throughout New Mexico received awards during a ceremony at New Mexico State University, following four days of annual conference contests.

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Four-H Candidates Hit Campaign Trail

LAS CRUCES -- Four months before the November election, campaign posters popped up on the New Mexico State University campus in Las Cruces. But none of the slogans had anything to do with Bill Clinton or Bob Dole.

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Cai Hired as NMSU Assistant Professor

LAS CRUCES -- Liping Cai began work July 15 as an assistant professor with New Mexico State University's hospitality and tourism services program in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences .

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Farmington Hosts Rural Development Forum

LAS CRUCES -- Promoting the economic well-being of rural locales will be the focus of the seventh annual New Mexico Rural Economic Development Forum to be held at the Farmington Civic Center, October 16-18.

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Feeding the Family: Healthy School Lunches Important at Every Age

LAS CRUCES -- Bologna and cheese, cold pizza or pasta salad? Planning a nutritious school lunch for your child every day can be an intimidating task.

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Try This on for Size: Fitting Ideas About Choosing School Clothes

LAS CRUCES -- Parents and kids often don't see eye-to-eye when shopping for school clothes, whether it's because of price, style or quality.

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Homing in on Homework: Tips for Making Study Time Productive

LAS CRUCES -- Whether they're six or 16, homework often seems more like punishment than learning for children, especially after a long day at school.

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After-School Care is a Major Issue for Most Parents

LAS CRUCES -- As school begins, one of the biggest concerns of parents is having a safe place for their children after school. Programs exist for elementary kids, but finding options for older children requires a little extra homework.

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Acequias Still a Way of Life for Rural N.M.

LAS CRUCES -- While city folks may take their sprinkler systems for granted, rural New Mexicans often have to work hard for their water that flows through nearly 1,000 acequias or irrigation ditches located throughout the state.

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