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i HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 2, 2009 5 DWI "Sentencing to Treatment Study', sllq)ws less than half of DWI offenders get mandated treatment Information courtesy NM DEPT of TRANSPORTATIONAlbuquer- que According to a study pre- sented by the UNM Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions (CASAA), the court records of 52 percent of con- victed second or third DWI of- fenders lacked orders for sub- stance abuse treatment as man- dated by New Mexico law. Re- cording treatment orders on court Judgment and Sentencing records is critical to the delivery and tracking of substance abuse treat- ment. The study, "Sentencing to Treatment Records Investiga- tion," also found that records of only 46 percent of second and third DWI offenders showed some type of treatment accessed. Of these cases, the most frequently noted kind of treatment was on an outpatient basis followed by residential treatment and treat- ment associated with drug courts. This records investigation study was funded by the New Mexico Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Bureau as part of its efforts to deter and prevent drunk driving. "Substance abuse treatment is critical to helping many offend- ers stop the deadly crime of drink- ing and driving," said DWI Czar Rachel O'Connor. "These results serve as a wake up call that we all need to work together to make sure that convicted DWI offend- ers are ordered to receive required substance abuse treatment and then actually complete the treat- ment." she added Researchers analyzed ap- proximately 25 percent of data records from DWI offenders with f second and third convictions. The random sample was drawn from Bernalilto, Chaves, Dona Ann, McKinley, Santa Fe. San Juan and Rio Arriba Counties. The records then were matched against online Judgment and Sentencing records and a final match against the State's treat- ment database. The study looked at three questions: l. What percentage of DWI second and third offenders are mandated treatment in the judgment and sentencing docu- ments? 2. What percentage of offenders are attending or receiv- ing the court mandated treat- ment? 3. What kind of treat- ment did the court mandate for the individuals contained in the sample? New Mexico is one of 36 states that requires treatment for DWI offenders and is considered to have a progressive policy by mandating treatment on a second conviction. Research shows that a comprehensive program of edu- cation, treatment, and some form of follow-up monitoring helps decrease repeat DWI offenses. "The findings from this study provide valuable information that can be used to ultimately make New Mexico roadway safer for all motorists," said DOT Sec- retary Rhonda Faught. Lead researcher, W. Gill Woodall, Ph.D., of 'CASAA, worked closely with Paul Guerin, Ph.D. of the Institute for Social Research and Jim Davis, M.A. of the Division of Government Re- search, all UNM-affiliated pro- grams. The study was funded by a '$25,000 contract to CASAA from the New Mexico Department of Transportation. The presentation was part of Governor Richardson's DWI Re- search Forum, a periodic ex- change of ideas by State agencies, the safety a.dvocates, and guests about cutting-edge programs to reduce drunk driving. AG says drug company violated ccxurt orders...NM gets share of million dollar settlement Information courtesy AG KING'S OFFICEI Santa Fe Attorney General Gary King says 1.1 million dollars will be paid to all 50 States and the Dis- trict of Columbia by Bristol- Myers Squibb (BMS) after the drug company acknowledged its responsibility for violating court orders in two earlier lawsuits. New Mexico will receive over $11,000 of the.total settlement. Actions by BMS denied the States critical information 5ou(hwes* Area Fishing Repor00 Y NM I Depe. of I & Fish] BEAR CANYON: Trout fishing was fair using salmon eggs, Pistol Petes, wooly buggers and power bait. BILL EVANS LAKE: Trout fishing was good using salmon eggs, worms, corn and power bait. A few fisli were also taken on spinners. BURN LAKE: We had no reports from anglers this week. CABALLO LAKE: Fishing was slow for all species. Fishing pressure continued to be very light. ELEPHANT BUTTE: Fishing was slow-to-fair using spoons and jigs for white bass. Fishing for largemouth bass d smallmouth bass was slow-to-fair using worms and jigs in 6-to-20 feet of water. Fishing for catfish was slow-to-fair using cut bait. minnows and liver. We had no reports on other species. ESCONDIDA LAKE: Trout fishing was fair using power bait, salmon eggs, salmon egg/corn combinations and Pistol Petes. GILA RIVER: Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 83cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. GLENWOOD POND: Fishing was good using salmon eggs. LAKE ROBERTS: Trout fishing was fair using salmon eggs, power bait and worms. PERCHA DAM: Fishing was slow for all species. QUEMADO LAKE: We had no reports from anglers this week. SNOW LAKE: We had no reports from anglers this week. RIO GRANDE: Water flow below Elephant Butte on Monday was 0cfs. Fishing was slow. Lordsburg High School Girls Basketball 2008-2009 needed to guard against anti- competitive conduct. BMS has also consented to court orders designed to avoid future miscon- duct. In two previous cases, BMS settled charges that they had un- lawfully deprived consumers of cheaper generic versions of two of its drugs, Buspar and Taxol. BMS paid the States 150 million dollars and agreed to two federal court orders allowing the States to detect future anti-competitive conduct. Both court orders re- quired BMS to notify the States of patent litigation settlements with generic drug competitors and required BMS to provide the States with yearly compliance reports. In March of 2006, BMS reached a settlement with generic drug manufacturer Apotex, Inc. in a patent infringement lawsuit in- volving BMS's drug, Plavix. This settlement triggered BMS's noti- fication obligations under earlier court orders in the Buspar and Taxol cases and was subject to State approval. The States said the Plavix settlement provided by BMS was inaccurate and incom- plete along with BMS's 2007 and 2008 compliance reports. BMS failed to disclose non-docu- mented "side" arrangements that a BMS official had made with Apotex. According to the States, the failure to inform the,States of the secret arrangements violated the Buspar and Taxol court or- ders. BMS acknow!edged respon- sibility for making incomplete and false statements to the States and agreed to revised court orders Date Opn0nent Time Mon. Dec. 1 Bowie/San Simon (JV only) 5:30 PM Thurs.- Sat, Dec. 4-6 13 th Annual Lady Maverick Fiesta (V) T.B.A. Tues. Dec. 9 at Bowie/San Simon (JV only) 5:00 PM Thurs. Dec. 11 Silver (JV-V) 5:30/7:00 PM Fri. Dec. 12 Duncan, AZ. (JV-V) 5:30/7:00 PM Thurs. Dec. 18 Animas (JV-V) _ 3:0'0/6:00 PM Fri. Dec. 19 at Cliff (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Fri. Jan. 2 Cliff (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Sat. Jan. 3 at Cobre (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Thurs.-Sat. Jan. 8-10 at Cliff Tournament (V) TBA Tues. Jan. 13 at Animas (JV-V) 3:00/6:00 PM Sat. Jan 17 Cobre (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Tues. Jan. 20 at Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Fri. Jan. 23 at Capitan (JV-V) 3:00/4:300 PM Tues. Jan. 27 Cloudcroft (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Tues. Feb. 3 at Tularosa (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Fri. Feb. 6 Capitan (JV-V) 3:00/6:00 PM Tues. Feb. 10 Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-/) 5:00/6:30 PM Sat. Feb. 14 at Cloudcroft (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Fri. Feb. 20 " Tularosa (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM extending its reporting obliga- tions to the States. Harsh mon- etary penalties for any future vio- lations of the Buspar or Taxol court orders have been estab- lished. In June 2007, BMS pied guilty to federal criminal charges relating to its conduct in noti]Fy- ing federal officials of the same settlement with Apotex. Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, January 5 Green Chile Hamburger Lettuce/Tomato/Pickle/Onions/ Green Chile French Fries Cottage Cheese/Peaches Tuesday, January 6 Chicken Tetrazini California Vegetables Crackers Apple Crisp Wednesday, January 7 BBQ Beef Sandwich Pickle & Onion Slices Pasta Salad Green Beans Peanut Butter Cookie Thursday, January 8 Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas Pinto Beans Calabacitas Spinach Salad/Dressing Jell-O/Fruit Friday, January 9 Grilled Cheese Sandwich Vegetable Soup Crackers Apricots Date Mon. Dec. 1 Thurs.- Sat. Dec. 4-6 Thurs. - Sat. Dec. 11.-13 Thurs. Dec. 18 Fri. Iec. 19 Mon.-Tues.. Dec. 29-30 Fri. Jan. 2 Thurs.-Sat. Jan. 8-10 Mon. Jan. 10 Tues. Jan. 13 Sat. Jan 17 Tues. Jan. 20 Fri. Jan. 23 Tues. Jan. 27 Tues. Feb. 3 Fri. Feb. 6 Tues. Feb. 10 Sat. Feb. 14 Fri. Feb. 20 Tyke Kipp, with the saddle he won on December 20, 2008, in Mesa, Arizona. Kipp selected to 2008-2009 Wrangler HS All Star Rodeo Team Courtesy submission Leaders of the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA), the oldest youth rodeo organization in America, ap- pointed Tyke Kipp of Animas High School to the Wrangler High School All Star Rodeo Team, the first-ever corporate-sponsored youth rodeo team. The Wrangler High School All Star Rodeo Team is fashioned after Wrangler's Champion Pro Rodeo Team, which includes su- perstars like Trevor Brazile, Joe Beaver, Dan Mortensen, Dustin Elliot, Kelly Kaminski, Will Lowe and Hall-of-Famer, the late Jim Shoulders. Tyke Kipp earned a position on the Wrangler High School All Star Rodeo Team based on lead- ership qualities, academic eligi- bility and athletic achievements. "We are excited to again this year expand Wrangler's rodeo sponsorship program at the high school level," said Jeff Chadwick, director of special events for Wrangler Rodeo. "As always, it gives us a tremendous sense of pride to associate the Wrangler brand with promising yoUng men and women. We're confident each member of the team will be an outstanding goodwill ambassa- dor for the sport of rodeo." Members of the Wrangler High School All Star Rodeo Team receive official competition ap- parel consisting of Wrangler Twenty X shirts embroidered with the team logo and two pairs of comp6tititin jeans. In addition. team members receive an official team certificate signed by Wran- gler Jeans and Shirts President, Phil McAdams. "Wrangler's NHSRA spon- sorship is a natural extension of our professional and collegiate rodeo programs," said Jeff Lordsburg High School Boys Basketball 2008-2009 Chadwick, director of Special Events for Wrangler. "We are con- fident the NHSRA partnership will reinforce Wrangler brand loyalty with the youth market. "The NHSRA owes much of its success to the support of its national sponsors." said Kent Sturman, general manger of the NMSRA, "and we are excited to have a prominent company like Wrangler once again step forward to help us meet the ever increas- ing challenges facing our young people today. Cowboys can al- ways depend on Wrangler to sup- port the infrastructure of rodeo, .and our members are thrilled to have Wrangler as a sponsor and are proud to wear their products in and out of the competition arena." Kipp, a sophomore at Animas High School, is the son of Justin and Amy Kipp of Lordsburg. Wrangler. Inc.. headquar- tered in Greensboro, NC, is the maker of the official jeans and shirts of the NHSRA, NIRA, Texas Team Roping, CPRA, PBR, USTRC, PRCA and AQHA. Wran- gler is a division of VF Corpora- tlon, one of the worlds largest publicly owned apparel compa- nies. For the nearest Wrangler re- tailer, call 1-888-4-WkANGLER or visit the company's Website at www. Wrangler.com The mission of,tshe NHSRA is to help today's young people become responsible, dedicated adults through the sport of, rodeo. High school rodeo l/as come a long way since its start as a single event held in Halletsville, Texas, in 1947. It now features over 10.000 members and 1,250 sanc- tioned rodeos in 41 states, five Canadian provinces and Austra- lia. To contact the NHSRA call 1- 800-466-4772 or visit their website at www.nhsra.org. Opponent Bowie/San Simon (C-JV only) at Cliff Round-Up (V) at Tularosa Basin Tournament (V) Animas (JV-V) Cliff (JV-V) at Silver Inv. Tournament at Cliff (JV-V) 22 "d Annual Kelly Saucedo Maverick Stampede at Bowie/San San Simon (C-JV only) at Animas (JV-V) at Cobre (C-JV-V) Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-V) at Capitan (JV-V) at Cloudcroft (JV-V) Tularosa (JV-V) Capitan (JV-V) at Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-V) Cloudcroft (JV-V) at Tularosa (JV-V) Time 4:00/7:00 PM T.B.A. T.B.A. 4:30/7:30 PM 5:00/6:30 PM T.B.A. 5:00/6:30 PM T.B.A. 4:00/5:30 PM 4:30/7:30 PM 4/5:30/7:00 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 3:00/6:00 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 4:30/7:30 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 5:00/6:30 PM Lady Panther Basketball - High School2008 - 2009 Team Date Varsity December 212008 Varsity December 04-06, 2008 JVNarsity December 9, 2008 Varsity December 11-13, 2008 JVNarsity ] JV/Va n J,V .... 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TBA Team vwsity Varsity Varsity JV JVNarsity Vars tV JV i i JVNarsity ' JVNarsity [ Va/ Vamp/ vars/ Panther Basketball- High School 2008- 2009 Boys Schedule Date Day Opponent December 2 2008 Tuesday San Simon San Simon December 4 - 6, 2008 Thurs. - Sat. Cliff Roundup , Thurs. - Sat. Cloudcroft Decambdr 11 - 13, 2008 December 18, 2008 January 3. 2009 January 6, 2009 February 12, 2009 Februan/21, 2009 March 23,25,27, 2009 March 7, 2009 March i1-14, 2009 Mountain Top Tourney Location Game Time 7:00 Cliff TBA Saturday Ouemedo Tourney Quemado Tuesday Duncan Duncan " Thurs. - Sat. Lordsbu, They I  s Fd. - Sat. Reserve Tourney Reserve Thursday Reserve Reserve ...... ouemao Saturday Cliff Cliff Mon. Wed. Fd. District TBA Saturday 1st Round of State  TBA Wed. - Sat. State Albuquerque TBA 4:30 f 7:30 , _ ,4:00i7 TBA 4i08 17:00 TBA ' 4:00 / 7:00 T.BA '. ' 2: 2:aos:a0 : - 2:30/5:30 5:30 / 8:30 2:30 / 5:30 5:30 / 8:30 TBA TBA TSA