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6 HIDALGO COUNTY I" ERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 2012 Vendors are being rged to gear up for new"New Mexico( 00ne law Submitted by NM DEPT of AGRI- in compliance;&apos; said Joe Gomez, The New Mexico Chile Ad- CULTUREISanta Fe director ofNMDA's Standards and vertising Act gives NMDA sev- New Mexico Department of Consumer Services Division, eral measures of regulatory au- Agriculture (NMDA) is advising which is charge d with regulating thority to enforce the law, includ- chile vendors across the state to and enforcing the new law. "We'd ing stopping the sale of the prod- get in compliance with the New much rather work with them in uct. Mexico Chile Advertising Act advance to understand and fol- The form to fill out for fresh before NMDA begins enforcing low the law, rather than have them New Mexico chile is here: http:// it on July 1. risk being out of complianceaf- nmffaweb.nmsu.edu/ The Act prohibits vendors terJuly 1" FreshChileVerification from knowingly advertising, de- The state legislature passed FORM%20%282%29.pdf. The scribing, labeling, or offering for the New Mexico Chile Advert/s- form to fill out for processed New sale a product as being (or con- mg Act on March 19, 2011, and Mexico chile is here: http:// raining) New Mexico chile, un- Governor Susana Martinez signed n m d a w e b. n m s u. e d u / -,/ less the chile was actually grown' it into law on April 5, S011. ProcessedChileVerification Photos courtesy SHANNON LASHER in the state. Uhile vendors of all NMDA held two hearings last FORM%20%282%29.pdf. types and sizes are subject to the October to help formulate the Links to the Act and to the rule Cotton 3ity busy with various new law. including grocery rules thatgovernhowtheActis guiding implementation of the stores, restaurants, convenience carried out. Act ar here: http:// stores, farmers' market vendors, Gomez said NMDA has nmdaweb.nmsu.edu/laws-stat- service activities and roadsidestands, worked hardtomakesurethat u tes/Weights%20- communnty "We strongly encourage complying with the law is a %20Measures.html. chile vendors in the state not to straightforward process. NMDA Chile vendors with ,ques- By RACYE WAGI.EYI4-H Re- ents, and the leaders of the club The clubdoes this to keep the wait until the last minute to get created one-page verification lions may contact Raymond porter faced thewindandpickedupa community clean. The4-Hcl.ub Democratic forms tobefilledoutforchile /ohnsonofNMDA'sStandards This past mort rh the Cotton whopping total of 27 bags of trash also meets the second Thursday grown in the state so vendors can and Consumer Services Division City 4-H Club hosed two com- plus other items. This took place of every month at the Animus lawfully claim to be carrying New at (575) 646-1616 or munity service activities. SundayApril P' 2012 on high- Community Center to discuss Mexico chile or chile products, rjohnson@nmda.nmsu.edu. The first activily was aBBQ way 9 heading 'toward Playas. plans and business. ,lily=, for Columbus Electric CO-OP and its members. "I he event was Saturday March 24", 2012 at the April 19 Animus Public Scl3ool's Cafete- ria. The 4-H hosted this to be more involved with the surround- Hidalgo County Democratic ing communities ike Hachita, Party to meet April 19, 2012 at 7 Deming, Columb; s. Rodeo, as p.m. The meeting will be held at well as Animus. I he members the old Napa building on Animus learned to help others and earned Street. Former secretary of the some money for t re-club. The HCDP board, Larry P. Martinez. Cotton City 4-H C1 th would like has announced his candidacy to to thank the Columl: us CO-OP for ran for NM State Senator District giving us the oppoItunity to host 35. The board will be taking this event and Anim ts Schools for nominations for secretary. Any providing the local/on, interested parties are encouraged The second ev( nt the Cotton to attend. For more information City 4-H had wa ; a highway contact Chairman Antonio Max- cleanup. The memb rs, their par- well at 575-542-9436. Free i nessbus development w(00rkshopfor veterans, active-duty Submitted by NMDyS 8am-430pm in Los Cruces and services available by the pre- business idea is Feasible, how to Fishing seasol is here! Don't The Veteran Business Out- Lunch will be provided at the sent/rig agencies for veteran- create a business plan, how to ef- reach Center (VBOi. ) of the New workshop, wfiich, will be pre- owned businesses. Women veter- fectively market your business, ' your ne license Mexico Departmen of Veterans' sented at the Hotel Encanto de arts, service-connected disabled how to successfully bid on gov- , 1N Services (NMDV5) is teaming Los Cruces, located at 705 South veterans, and active-duty person- eminent contracts, as wells g/v- with the New Mexk o Small Bus/- Telshor Boulevard. nel are especially encouraged to ing presentations on other ideas Submitted by NM DEPT of GAM! salmon eggs. Some northern pike hess Development Center Net- Veterans who want to start attend, and programs designed to help & FISHISanta Fe have been caught on various work (SBDC) to Fresent a free their own business or expand an "This is a great opportunity veterans who own businesses. The weather's great, thq lures, and anglers are reminded business Developm,,'nt Workshop existing operation are invited to for veterans and those about to The workshop is free for all streams are clear and the lakes an that they are encouraged to catch for Veterans on A )ril 12 from .learn about the many programs finish their military service to veterans, but space is limited and free of ice - just in time for thi and keep all the pike they want. Little J0c ,_in featu learn how they can successfully pre-registration is required. For weekend's unofficial opening o -Storrie Lake: Trout fishing realize their dream of becoming more information, call the VBOC fishing season in New Mexico has been very good with salmon ow re _.qi their x3wn boss,"-said VBOC Di- . at £505) 841-4783, ....: Anglers are reminded to purchas, peach Power Bait and s-almon Battle ,,, ,, West Coast Rappers We w., T. VBOC wascreated by anew fishing license before hit eggs. Several anglers have re- - show how hbntmsurvive, but the New Mexico Department of ting the waters Sunday, April 1 ported catching their limits. thrive. You will pick up a lot of Veterans' Services to help vet- the start of the 2012-13 licensq • Fenton Lake: Much of the A Battle of the West Coast rity and ushers will be provided valuable information at this eran-owned businesses. It was the year. ice has cleared around the bank Rappers has been added to the throughout the day and evening, workshop." April 22. 2012 Tejano show fen- The day-long event on April VBOC and SDBC represen- first such state-funded center in Licenses are available nov and trout fishing has been very luring Little Joe y la Familia in 22 in Clifton, AZ, will feature tatives will give presentations on the nation created specifically to at more than 170 vendors state good for anglers using yellow Clifton. AZ. music for all cultures, including how to determine whether your help veterans, wide and at Department of Gum, Power Bait and corn. Local performer Nueve, of Tejano, Country, Classic Rock, , and Fish offices in Santa Fe. A1 • Bonito Lake: Expect a will be featured in the R&B Hip Hop, DJs and area WNMU and Federal Reserve ivt buquerque, Raton, Roswell an, crowd for Sunday's season Lordsburg, open- battle lineup. To date, there are bands. Los Cruces. Popular season resi ing, but also expect the trout fish- eight contestants slated, includ- Family discount tickets are dent licenses cost $25 for adults ing to be hot. Try worms, Power ing performers from Los Angeles, available. Pleasecal1928-228-co-hos**-nomicsm-os=umH l, m  I/ m $5 for youths ages l2-17, and$: Bait and salmon eggs. San Francisco, Fresno, Phoenix 1097 for info on how it works, for seniors ages 65-69. Angler Spring turkey hunters can and Tucson. The winner of this We also would like to recommend Submitted bY ABE Markets, and Mexico and the ages 70 and older can acquire  purchase their licenses at vendors contest will move on to the next that people with Handicap or eld- VILLARREAUWNMU Border Region. free license at Department offices or online in preparation for the phase in Clifton on May 26, erly who want to sit for the Little An economic symposium co- Scheduled from 8:15 a.m. to Combination hunting and fish April 15 season opening. Begin- 2012. Joe show should call to reserve a hosted by Western New Mexico 1:30 p.m., the session includes a ing, and discounted licenses fo ning this year, resident hunters are The battle will take place wrist band thal will allow them University and the Federal Re- breakfast and lunch at no cost to disabled and military anglers als required to purchase a $15 Game- following Little Joe's perfor- seating. Please bring a pillov¢ or serve Bank of Dallas will be of- attendees. Registration is re- are available, hunting or $30 Game-hunting mance April 22. No negative mu- blanket for comfort. The ticket fered free to the public on Tues- quired by Monday, April 3. Inter- Licenses also are availabl and Fishing license before pur- sic will be featured. The West price for the whole event is day, April 10 in tle Global Re- ested individuals should contact on the Department webs/re chasing a $25 turkey license. Coast Rappers are professional $30.00 advance plus tax and runner ups that competed in a re- $40.00 day of show. For tickets source Center AUditorium on 575.538.6342 or www.wildlife.state.nm.us. More information about New cent battle of that was featured in around the Lordsburg area, please campus, mcarthur@wnmu.edu. Some fishing hot spots, ac Mexico's 2012-13 fishing season California. call Anita at 575-654-0273. The symposiu will feature The symposium is spun- cording to the most current fish is available in the Fishing Rules "We want this to be an after- No Glass containers ,Ice speakers from the Federal Reserve sored by the WNMU School of ing reports: & Information Booklet, which noon and evening for the whole chest, Alcohol beverages, Drugs Bank of Dallas. Session topics Business Administration and . Eagle Nest Lake: The bank can be found at license vendors family," according to according allowed. Still cameras are al- will include Financial Markets Economics and the Federal Re- are clear of ice, which usuall', storewide, Department offices and to organizer Michael Nofchissey lowed. No professional Video al- and the-Economic Recovery, Re- serve Bank of Dallas - El Paso means great fishing for trout am online at of Native Star Presents. Top secu- lowed, g/dual Economy and Energy Branch. erch on Power Bair, worms anl www.wildlife.state.nm.us. 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