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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2012 5 t Spring Turkey hunters: Buy your game-hunting license early, don't request refund Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FISH~Santa Fe Spring turkey hunters are re- minded that beginning this year, they are required to purchase a Game-hunting license before they can purchase a turkey license or apply for big-game licenses. Although hunters can request a refund in case they are unsuccess- ful in the draw, those who plan to hunt turkeys this spring are ad- vised not to request a refund or they risk having to pay for a sec- ond Game-hunting license if they are successful in the draw. and Fishing license online - not from a license vendor Turkey li- censes may be purchased online or from a vendor "If you plan to hunt turkeys this spring and you are applying for big-game licenses, your best option is to purchase a 2012- 2013 Game-hunting or Game- hunting and Fishing license and plan to use it all year," Depart- ment Director Jim Lane said. "The licenses not only will allow hunt- ers to apply for big-game li- censes, but also allow them to purchase a turkey license before Hunters who apply for big- the season opens April 15. and to game licenses must purchase their hunt small-game during the li- Game-hunting or Game-hunting cense year." Expect roadblocks statewide during hunting, fishing seasons Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FISH~Santa Fe The Department of Game and Fish will conduct roadblocks throughout the state during spring and fall hunting and fish- ing seasons to collect harvest data and to apprehend wildlife law violators New Mexico's fishing sea- son unofficially opens April 1. when new licenses are required. Spring turkey season opens April 15. At roadblocks, conservation officers also will check for com- pliance with provisions of the Off High~vay Motor Vehicle Act and the Aquatic Invasive Species Control Act. Drivers of vehicles hauling wood products will be asked to produce documentation as required by the Forestry Con- servation Act. Department officers may be assisted by other law enforcement agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service. Bureau of Land Manage- ment. New Mexico State Police or county sheriff's departments. As a result, the public may en- counter minor delays. To report a wildlife-law vio- lation, please contact your local Department of Game and Fish conservation officer or call the toll-free Operation Game Thief hotline at 1-800-432-GAME (4263). Callers can remain anony- mous and earn rewards for infor- mation leading to charges being filed. Hunters: Don't miss March 28 Game-hunting and Game- hunting and Fishing licenses are available only on the Department webs[re, www.wildlife.state. rim.us, until March 29 when they will go on sale at license vendors statewide. The deadline to apply for big-game hunting licenses is March 28. Spring turkey season opens April 15. Hunters who se- lect the "refund" option and are successful in the draw will not receive their Game-hunting li- cense until the draw results are available in May. That means they will have to purchase a sepa- rate Game-hunting license to be eligible to buy a turkey license. Game-hunting licenses cost $15 for residents and $65 for non- residents. Turkey licenses cost $25 for residents and $100 for nonresidents. For more information about turkey hunting, license fees and requirements, or the big-game draw, please contact the Depart- ment of Game and Fish toll-free at (888) 248-6866. N Submitted by NM DEPT of HEALTH~Santa Fe National Poison Prevention Week begins today and the New Mexico Department of Health re- minds parents to store hazardous materials (including clean[rig products and medication) out of LHS to hold Online license deadline Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FISH~Santa Fe Hunters who need help ap- plying online for New Mexico big-game hunting licenses before the March 28 application dead- Line can get it either on the tele- phone or by attending one of sev- eral computer-assisted sessions at various communities this week- 5 p.m. March 28 for 2012-13 deer, elk. antelope, bighorn sheep, Bar- bary sheep, ibex. oryx and jav- el[Ha licenses Hunters are en- couraged to start the online ap- plication process early as the ap- plication program will shut down promptly at 5 p.m. March 28. Applications still in process at 5 p.m. will be rejected. The Depart- 6hd. menl began accepting ~pplica. This year. the Department of tions Jan. 4. Game and Fish eliminated paper ~i]gplication forms in favor of a paperless online system designed to streamline the application and licensing process and make draw- hag results and refunds available much sooner Hunters without computer access or who need assistance applying can call toll-free, (888) 248-6866 from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Monday-Friday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday Telephone appli- cation assistance will end at 4 The application deadline-is p.m. March 28. Lordsburg Schools award bly Lordsburg High School will recognize the boys' and girls' bas- ketball teams at the 2011-12 Bas- ketball Awards assembly to be held Monday, March 26, 2012, at 6:00 PM at the Lordsburg Schools Cafetorium. Varsity let- ter, district, participation and team awards will be presented at the assembly. Lordsburg High School would like to thank the commu- nity for their support of our stu- dents. Everyone is invited to at- tend. $ou,kwes, Ares Fishing i LHS Cheer staying very busy The Lordsburg High School Cheerleaders have been very busy the last couple of months. On Febru- ary 4, 2012 they participated in a competition in Las Cruces, placing third in the Cheer category. On February25, 2012, they traveled to Alamogordo for another competition, where they placed eighth in Cheer and second in Dance. On March 8, 2012, the squad traveled to Albuquerque to compete in the New Mexico Activities Associations (NMAA) Halftime Hoorah. They placed third in Cheer at this even. On March 23-24, 2012 the girls will be traveling to Albuquerque for State Competition. Pictured above are (back) Gabby Gutierrez, Marissa Ruiz, BillieYoung, Jessica Medina,(front) Ciarra Garcia, Devany Whipple, Kayla Gonzalez, Starr Gonzalez, Jessica Gonzalez and Alyssa Palacios. Mexico. reminq Courtesyphoto children's reach. "It is natural for children to explore-their surroundings, but very dangerous if they're getting under the kitchen sink or into the medicine cabinet where hazard- ous chemicals and adult medi- cines are kept." said Department of Health Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Catherine Torres. "Almost half of poison exposures for children under the age of 5 are caused by medicine." Approximately 100 children (14 years of age and younger) die each year from unintentional poi- soning and poison control cen- ters in the United States receive 1.2 million calls annually as a result of accidental poisoning (of children ages 5 and under) Nearly 90 percent of these toxic exposures occur in the home. and 56 percent involve non-pharma- ceutical products such as cosmet- ics. cleansers, personal care prod- ucts, plants, pesticides, art sup- plies, alcohol and toys. Active supervision and childproofing your home are necessary to keep- ing children safe. Safe Kids New Mexico re- minds pa(ents to learn the toll- free poison control center num- ber: 1-800-222-1222 and to keep it near every phone in your home and programmed it into cell phones. "This number connects you to the local poison control center from anywhere in the United States. "said Safe Kids New Mexico coordinator, John McPhee. "If a child is choking, having trouble breathing or hav- ing a seizure, call 911 instead. Follow the 911 Operator's instruc- tions. D,o not induce,vomiting or give the child any fluid or medi- cation unless directed." Safe Kids New Mexico offers these additional tips: giving medicine to your children. follow dosage directions care- fully. Dispose of un- needed or expired prescript[or drugs as directed on the pill bottle label or mixing them with undesirable sub- stances like coffee grounds or cal litter before disposing of them ir trash Install a carbon mon- oxide alarm outside every sleep- ing area and on every level ot your home. Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas that builds up around fuel-burning appliances and cars in garages. It can make a child seriously ill in ,Store potentially poi- concentrations that would barely sonous household products and medications locked out of children's sight and reach, and dispose of them properly when they are no longer needed Read labels to find out what is poisonous. Potential hazards include makeup, medi- cine. plants, cleaning products, pesticides, art supplies and beer, wine and liquor. Never leave poten- tially poisonous household prod- affect an adult caut--nsio Discuss these pry- with .grandparents and caregivers. They may have medi- cations that can be very danger- ous to children and their homes might not be as Well childproofed as yours. For more information about poison prevention, call 505-827- 2582 or visit www.safekids.org. Safe Kids New Mexico works to prevent accidental childhood in- i ucts unattended while in use. jury, the leading killer of children court:esy m~ Be aware of poisons 14 and under. Its members include Dept. ofI that may be in your handbag, the New Mexico Trauma Center Store handbags out of the reach Network, the Indian Health Ser- & FishI of young children. - vice, the New Mexico Pediatric Buy child-resistant bronkfn=t/IHnPh M nH Bear Canyon: Trout fishing was greys Society, and numerous police /V II~1 1 I/l~dl~ Ib I~WI IVI I IV I~1 l li~l ' '/ good using salmon eggs, garlic Escondida Lake: Trout fishing packages when available. Keep departments, fire departments and products in their original pack- other organizations. Safe Kids Monday, March 26 Garden Salad w/Dressing cheese, worms, spinners andwas fai-r using Pistol Pyres, ages to avoid confusion. Read New Mexico is a memberofSafe Breakfast Breadstick Power Bait salmon eggs, Power Bait andlabels to learn if a product is poi- Kids Worldwide, a global network Pop Tart Pineapple Tidbits Bill Evans Lake: Trout fishing corn. String Cheese . Asst. Lowfat Milk was fair using salmon eggs and Gila River: Water flow on the sonous and for first aid informa- of organizations dedicated to Juice Thursday, March 29 Power Bait. Gila as of this past Monday was tion. preventing accidental injury. Lock up potential Safe Kids New Mexico was Asst. Lowfat Milk Breakfast Caballn Lake: White bass fish- 112 cfs. Trout fishing on the poisons out of sight and reach of founded in 1991 and is led by the Lunch Breakfast Burr[to ing has been fair for anglers troll- Forks was slow to fair using cop- kids. This includes make!up, medi- New Mexico Department of Sloppy Joe Salsa ing white and chartreuse crank per john barrs, worms and salmon cine, plants, cleaning products, Health. Green Beans Juice baits on the east side of the lake. eggs pesticides, art supplies, and beer, Cookie Asst. Lo~vfat Milk Anglers trolling for white bass Glenwood Pondi Trout fishing wine and liquor. I Inlt Ikll~tmAwlAle | Pudding w/Fruit Lunch also picked up a few walleye. We was fair using Power Bait. Never leave kids I Vi IwamwUHv~e I Asst. Lowfat Milk Chicken Tenders had no reports on other species. Lake Roberts: We had no reports alone with an open container of I /4~ II,-__Jr.. ~ "'"~lk~ | Tuesday, March 27 Mashed Potatoes Elephant Butte: Fishing was fair- from anglers this week. something you wouldn't want [ "~ o[/or[~[ I~ ~ I Breakfast California Blend to-good using crank baits, grubs Quemado Lake: Trout fishingthem to eat or drink. A child can | rF/', t , . L | Breakfast Pizza School Roll and minnows for white bass and was good using Power Bait and be poisoned in a matter of see- I ~on00| I)flOlOt,'K| Juice Sidekick ' crappie. The best reports came salmon eggs. We had no reports onds. I I Asst. Lowfat Milk Asst. Lowfat Milk from anglers fishing the Black on tiger musky. The lake is full Don't refer to medi- I Call I Lunch Friday, March 30 Bluff area and in McCrae Can- and looks good for spring-fish- cine or vitamins as candy and II~ ~ k ~ ImP" ~ ~ ~1 Chicken Patty on a Bun Breakfast yon. Fishing was slow to fair us- ing. don't involve children as "help- |1~, qt~ [lip ~7 1 IJ ~JW ~ | i~otato Wedges Muffin ing jerk baits, crank baits and Rio Grande: Water flow below ers" with adult medications. | t') # a, P l Lettuce/Tomato/Pickle Spear Go Gurt swim baits for black bass. A few Elephant Butte on Monday was Choose medicines I t~'~F'b0"~'O~~'~']~'~' I Chilled Peaches Juice striped bass were taken by anglers" 15 cfs. We had no reports from and products that have child-re- I e"t c cv"tA t: ,'J o~ | Asst. Lowfat Milk Asst. Lowfat Milk fishing for other species. Water anglers this week. sistant caps and when you are Wednesday, March 28 Lunch temps ranged from 55 to 60 de- ]~~ ~l Breakfast Bean Burrito Enchilada Style French Toast Sticks (DTMS/LHS) ] Lordsbur -Hilzh School ] Juice Spanish Rice ~" ~" Asst. Lowfat Milk " Salad II Maverick Track& l ield 2011-2012 II Lunch Fruit Cocktail !1 DATE OPPONENT TIME II Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce Asst. Lowfat Milk [[March 3 . Gadsden Invit. @ Gadsden 8:15 AMll II - Lordsburg High School- II . IlMarch 9 Benson Relays @ Benson, AZ 3:00 PM]| I .__ , . ._ _ - ---ql II March 17 Mike TooleyInvite @ T or C 9:00 AM II It Maverick Baseball 2011-2012 II IfI :X II li kl |lMarch22 2naRichardMoorelnvitational 3:00PMII |IDATE OPI'ONENT ' TIMEII II -Ir "IF IN -'lr "IF" |1 l[March 31 Silyer Invl'tational @ Silver City 9:00AMI[ linch 1-3 @ Cobre Tournament (V/V/V) TBAII It t] |April5 30thHidalgoCosRelays(LordsburgHost) i,l. c 6 vs. Hatch(JU/v) 3:00/5:00[I ~~ ~ ~ ~~ 6~ll I1Apfil 13 ThurmanJorda ~::I~I-(DL~u 3:00PM |] March 8-10 @ SocorroTournament(V/v/v) ~ TBAI| rgI-I3~i~! PM_-- " - " -- A ril |[M r flver City JV (V/V) li:O0/l:00[| II .... _ _ _ "__7 _-_ -_ " " II IlApril 20 Cobre Invitational 3:00 PMII It Lordsburg High School /I II pril 28District 5AA Championship ....... [I II March 20vs. Cobre (JV/V) 3:00/5:001l Lady Maverick Softball 2011-2012 @ Lordsburg 9 00 AM /|DATE Lady Mea;o a kSoftball 2011-2012 TIMEll I May 4-5 ~lL~gte Championship @ Alb. 9:00TABM I II March 24 @ Cobre (JV/V) 11:00/1:00[| iI March 26 @ Hatch 0V/JV) ~ 3:00/5:0011 -- ~ .~"~'77"''~. . Head Coach" D J Saucedo I[IMarch 8~ngs Invitational --~g-XII II ..~ .~ Head Coach. ).J. Saucedo [I IlMarch27 vs. Las Cruces JV(V/V) ~ 3:00/5:0011 I[~;~ ...... ~ ,,,,~-ddll II assistant Coaches: Teddy Medina &armandoRosales ]l i[March 31 @ MesillaValley (V/V) 11:00/1:0011 ,, II II Principal: Troy Hudson -Athletic Director: Leo Garcia [I I~~.. e ~.~tY ~.~vAv/v) ~!:~:UUll II Superintendent" Jim Barentine II IIApril 2 vs. Hatch (JV]JV) 3:00/5:0011 |l escalero (V/V) 3:00/5:001,'l Du an-Taran , " ............ " IlApril7 CobreC(JV/JV) 11.'00/1.'0011 April 10 @ Cap[tan (V/V) 3:00/5:00 ugan- ara go Mmme ~cnoo~ ! -li i iP!!aciV v Iv/v) i iii: ill I BY7&gGn;;: :gk & Field 2011-2012 I IlApril 14 vs/Tularosa (v/V) 12:00/2:0011 Valley (V/V) 3:00/5:00 [I IIDATE "- MEET TIME II II April 17 @ Silver City (JV/JV) ' 3:00/5:00aLI I[~rfitan (V/V') " " 1:00/3:0011 IlMarch 29 DTMS Invitational 3:00PM I I[April 21 vs. MesillaValley (V/V) 11:oo/1:ooll |[~ Valley (V/V) 3:o0/5:oo11 |lApril 5 @ HatchValley Middle School 3:00 PMi[ |lApril 24 @ Tularosa (V/v;) -- , 3:00/5:0011 I~May 3 @M~ (V/V) 3:00/5:00[[[[April 12 @ Deming Middle School 3:00 PM[[ |[May2 @ State First Round TBA[[ IV 'd;C .... '~-[IIIAPrl"l 19 @Snell Middle School 3:00 PM[I iiMay 9-1~ State Tournament TBAII . " - April 26 @ La Plata Middle School 3"00 PM t[ Assistant Coaches:Aleesha Chavez [I II April 26 @ LaPlata 1V , ,~ . I II Head Coach: Bill Mendoza II I[ ~-;,- ---~-....... |1 II Heaa (5oact~: Amanaa buerrero " II Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell & Victor Saenz II I[ Atl~letlc" "lf'rt'nclpat:otrectorlry l-luasnLeo Garcta" |l II Assistant Coaches:atht andres SaenZr Leo arcta II II _athletic Direct_or." L.eo G.arcia . ,_ ~ II I~ Athletic Director: Leo Garcia /I II Principal: Leo Garcia A eric Directo : G " |1 ~t.'JimBarentine I. It Jim Barentine] "7 Jl I~