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2 HbALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2010 County issues presented to Teague Rep. Harry Teagues' visit to Lordsburg Tuesday morning had him hearing a variety of is- sues from the public, the most prevalent of which was the housing crisis. Above, Border Patrol Agent in Charge, Lordsburg Station, Chris Mangusing, discusses housing challenges facing his department. At left, local resident Cindy Higgenbotham shares her con- cerns with Teague at a special "Harry in your Hometown" meeting at Kranberry'sTuesday morning. At right, Hidalgo County Eco- nomic Development Coordina4 to r Tad Powers discusses vari- ous potential projects that may come to Hidalgo County in the near future Below, Bill McCamley, of Lordsburg Land Development LLC, discusses his company's plans to build a 12-unit apart- ment complex geared towards Border Patrol agents. This project will be located south of Lordsburg off of Main Street. Photos by BRENDA HOOD/ Hidalgo County Herald Lordsburg-Hidalgo Count), Museum Benefit January 15 application cut-off for EQIP Conservation Assistance Submitted by NRCS/Lordsburg Local agricultural producers and operators of non-industrial private forests are reminded to apply for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) before January 15 to be considered for fiscal year 2010 "funding. EQIP is a voluntary pro- gram that provides financial and technical assistance to help pro- ducerk improve and enhance natural resources on private and Tribal working lands. Through EQIP, producers receive funding to offset the cost to install conservation practices to treat a wide range of natural resource concerns. In addition, those who apply and are ac- cepted into the program receive free technical assistance to de- velop a,conservation plan and specifications for structural and management practices. The "program includes prac- tices such as irrigation efficiency upgrades, forestmanagement, manure transfer, grazing man- agement, water control struc- tures, and prescribed burning. Program changes under th6 2008 Farm Bill set aside dedi- cated EQIP funding for certi- fied organi c producers or those transitioning to organic produc- tion. In aldition, applicants who qualify as a beginning farmer- rancher, socially/tisadvantaged i * Andrea I L Michelle G uzman ' " r Andrea Michelle Guzman Andrea Michelle Guzman was born at Gila Regional Medi- cal Center in Silver City, New Mexico. on December 22, 2009. She weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her. parents are Alberto and Lima Michelle Guzman of Lordsburg, New Mexico. Maternal grand- parents are Bertha Lilia Olivas and Ramon Mata of Lordsburg. Paternal grandparents are Miguel and Dora Alicia Guzman of Mercedes. Texas. Saturday, February 20, 2010 5: 00 PM. at the Museum 708 East 2nd Street in L0rdsburg, NM farmer-rancher, or limited re- source farmer-rancher are eli'- gible to receive a higher finan- cial assistance payment rate, if selected for a contract. Farmers, ranchers, private non-industrial forest landown- ers, producers on Tribal lands, and Tribal governments are eli- gible to apply for EQIP. Agri- cultural producers with federal land grazing permits are also eligible to apply for financial assistance to implement ap- proved practices on their fed- eral allotment. The USDA-Natural Re- sources Conservation Service (NRCS) accepts EQIP applica- tions year-round with current- year funding directed toward applications received prior to January 15. At this time, appli- cations will be evaluated and ranked for funding based on how well they address local con- servation priorities. Contact the Lordsburg USDA-NRCS service center at: 405 Duncan Hwy or contact number at 575-542-9141 ext. 3 to apply. For more information about EQIP, including eligible prac- tices, local ranking information, enrollment requirements and program payments, please visit the New Mexico NRCS web site Top Entertainers! Free Hamburgers! $10 Adults * $7 Students 7"ice[s a[ ac'tr[a's 7Uestern , /ear 980 E.Motel Drive, Lordsburg Visit our Old West Museum M0n-Fri 1:00 - 5:00 PM at: http:// www.nm.nrcs.usda.gov. Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, January 11 Baked Chicken Wild Rice Carrot & Raisin Salad Biscuit & Margarine Mandarin Oranges Tuesday, January 12 Lasagna Garden Salad Mixed Vegetables French Bread Plum Cobbler Wednesday, January 13 Chicken Tenders Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Spinach WW Roll Jello/Fruit Thursday, January 14 Chalupa Lettuce & Tomato Fiesta Salad Salsa Fruit Cocktail Friday, January 15 Pork Roast Black Eyed Peas Tomatoes & Green Chile Cornbread & Margarine , i-1 ...... g'l_ .... tA ._. .... Richard was of Catholic be- John Wayne Hall John Wayne Hall, 64, a long time resident of Lordsburg, passed away on Wednesday De- cember 30,009 at Casa De Oro Nursing Home in Las Cruces, NM. At John's request, cremation has taken place and no services will be held. John was born November 15, 1945 in Lordsburg to Allen M. and Jessie M (Pennington) Hall. John worked locally in ser- vice stations, was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and most recently re- tired,,from truck driving_ ....... He isfiu_rvived bY .5 chi!dren. Locally, Kevin Wayne (Jeannie) and their two children, EJ and Jessica of Silver City, NM. Lisa (Tim) Vertrees and their children, Jamie, Crystal, Daniel. Ab'by, Jon, and Tim and one great grand- daughter, John Snelson (Brenda) and their 2 children, Cassandra and William, Tammie and her four children Carrie, Cora, Patrick and Bryan and Donald and his three children Kylan. Brittany and Noah; sister, Linda McCarty of Deming; and two brothers, Bob and Doug, of Lordsburg, NM He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Allen Dean. Richard Lopez Richard Lopez, 63, born in Lordsburg, New Mexico, on Oc- tober 21, 1946, passed away on lief. He was self-employed. He had battle his illness for years and went to join this mother and father on Christ- mas Day at 1:20 a.m. He passed away at Mesilla Valley Hospice in L a s Richard Lopez Cf.uces, ? ew" Mexico::: Ia Paz Graham's Funeral Home will be taldng care of him. He will be cremated be cause of his sickness. Richard was the son of Joaquin and Hortencia Lopez. both of Lordsburg and both de- ceased. He is survived by his two sis- ters, Irene Powell and her hus- band, David. of Nashville, GA, and Wanda Davis and her hus- band, Alan, of Arlington, TX: three brothers, Albert Lopez of Ontario, CA. Ernest Lopez (Chevy) of Lordsburg and David Lopez of Ruidoso Downs, NM. He also had a lot of aunts, uncles. including Pete and Mary Galindo from Las Cruces. NM and Frank Galindo of Lordsburg; and lots of nieces and nephews. He loved his niece. Lisa Lopez, of Lordsburg, NM, a lot. He will be dearly missed. Christmas day. o o o o o o o O O O Foster I AdoptiVe PoPents Needed in New Mexicol *': t [/ MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE L)EFE OF A CHILD ?- t3 L O Become a foster or adootive arent. Find out how! c Join us for an information meeting to be hJd this month of  in your area.  Ronny Diaz. CYFD Foster & 3 3 Adoptive Parent Recrultera t (575) 434-5950 ext. 121. **Se Habla c Espanol** C Visit us on the web at www.evfd.or, Student r--------- Special Bean. & Cheese Burrito, ', I 99 ' I I S | NOW OPEN! Opt.n 7 Days a W,.z.k. 604 E. Motel Drive 8.30 AM - 8:30 PM Now Accepting L0rdsburg, NM Credit Cards  575"542"8989 Irl