Former New Mexico State University center Valerian Ume-Ezeoke did not hear his name called during the three days of the NFL draft, but he knew that the phone could still ring with an opportunity. The Atlanta Falcons reached out to Ume-Ezeoke and signed him to a freeagent contract. “God never makes mistakes. Glad to be

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Las Cruces Bulletin The Rx symbol that we associate with prescription drugs actually comes from a Latin word that means “recipe.” Until about 1900, prescriptions, or “medical recipes,” were written in Latin and often used Roman numerals to indicate the apothecaries’ system of weights for the combining of ingredients to create medications that were tailored

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The Las Cruces Bulletin As the adage laments, old walls cannot tell their own stories. However, they can invite inquiry, stand as a reason to ask and look back, to think as well as listen — and Mesilla Valley Preservation’s Casas de Antaño (Houses of Yesteryear) Historic Home Tour on Sunday, May 10, opens the

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Las Cruces Bulletin For seven years, the Artists of Picacho Hills — an artists’ association formed by a group of friends in 2008 which includes painters, sculptors, photographers, woodworkers, potters, jewelers, textile and multimedia artists and more — has been hosting its annual Art in the Garden tour, during which member artists display their finest

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Las Cruces Bulletin The Friends of Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks ( OMDP) National Monument and the Las Cruces Green Chamber are hosting a celebration of national lands marking the one-year anniversary of the creation of the OMDP as a national monument. “On May 21, 2014, President Obama designated 496,000 acres,” Ben Gabriel, director of the Friends

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Wrestling was a main event at the inaugural Evening Market by the Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces, held along Main Street Downtown from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 6. In this match, a wrestler who goes by the stage name of Chaos shows off his strength by holding JC Hendrix in an

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Bulletin Staff Report Organizers of The Whole Enchilada Fiesta (TWEF) are calling it quits because of a lack of sponsorship to cover costs of putting on the fiesta, which began 35 years ago as a “block party for the city” on the former Downtown Mall, and grew into the one of the most popular fiestas

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Blazin’ Brewfest set to cool off Main Street Las Cruces Bulletin In its three years, the New Mexico Brewers Guild’s Blazin’ Brewfest, has grown leaps and bounds, from a modest, but raucous, gathering held at The Grapevine to a full-fledged festival at the heart of Las Cruces, and upon its return to Las Cruces this

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