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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014 5 Leftover deer, javelina licenses to go on sale June 25 by NM Game & Fish Dept. Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FISHSanta Fe Thousands of leftover deer and javelina draw licenses will go on sale online at 10 a.m. Wednes- day, June 25. To purchase a li- cense, customers will need to log in to their Online License System account at www.wildlife.state.nm.us. Licenses will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis to New Mexico residents only for the first 24 hours• The sale will be opened to everyone, regard- less of residency, at 10 a.m. June Coyote killing prohibited on wildlife areas Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FiSHSanta Fe The New Mexico State Game Commission prohibits coyote- killing contests and the hunting of nongame species, including rabbits, prairie dogs or coyotes on its Wildlife Management Areas• The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish manages New Mexico's Wildlife Management Area system and promotes wild- life conservation throughout the state• Only one Wildlife Manage- ment Area, Water Canyon, allows hunting for nongame species as a management tool for the non-na- tive Himalayan tahr, a large un- gulate related to the wild goat. Commission-owned proper- ties such as Edward Sargent, Heart Bar, Lake Roberts, Pecos Canyon properties and the Rio Chama, provide wildlife safe places dur- ing crucial breeding and winter- ing times• They also give visitors opportunities to access some of the most beautiful and wild places in New Mexico. Visitors to these areas must abide by all re- strictions and posted notices. 26. Hunters are strongly encour- aged to purchase either a Game Hunting or a Game Hunting and Fishing license in advance be- cause popular licenses often sell out quickly. A person without a Game Hunting or a Game Hunt- ing and Fishing license will be required to purchase one before purchasing a leftover deer or jav- elina license. All purchases will be audited to verify the customer's eligibil- ity. After being verified for eligi- bility, licenses will be awarded to hunters and will be available to print and view within a few days of purchase. Hunters planning to pur- chase a leftover license also must have completed all mandatory 2013-2014 harvest reporting re- quirements or their purchase will be rejected in the post-sale audit• The license fee, but not the ap- plication fee will be refunded on rejected purchases• Licenses can be printed from any computer by logging in to an account and selecting "My Purchases" in the main menu. For more information about the leftover license sale, hunting in New Mexico, or for help log- ging in, please call us at (888) 248-6866• Leftover licenses will not be sold over the phone• $ou,h00es, Area Fishing Repot* This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been gener- ated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities• CATCHES OF THE WEEK: • Caballo Lake: June 15, Bran- don Ferguson, age 4, of Albuquer- que caught an 18-inch walleye. He was using a minnow• • Eagle Rock Lake: June 13, Nehemiah Anaya, age 6, of Albu- querque caught a 21-inch rain- bow trout with the help of his cousin Anthony• It was his big- gest fish ever and he was using a yellow plastic worm. • Elephant Butte Lake: June 12, Gary Willmart of Navajo Dam caught an 8-pound walleye• lie was trolling a Cotton Cordell crank bait. The following came in too late for last week's report but we felt they were definitely worth mentioning: • Bluewater Lake: June 3, Tony Allen represents AHS in North-South Game 2014 Animas High School graduate Colton Allen was selected to represent the South in this year's 6-Man 1-A North South All Star Football Game.The South won 14-6, with Allen playing center. Courtesy photo Courtesy NM I Dept. of I &Flsh I Zamarron of Albuquerque caught a 43-inch 26-pound tiger musky• He was using a homemade mon- ster bait. • Peeos River: June 8, Ricky Galvan of Carlsbad caught a 20- inch flathead catfish• He was fish- ing the southern waters of the Pecos .and using night crawlers• • Seven Springs Brood Pond: June 3, Victoria and Alyvia Hogan of Santa Fe caught limits of trout. They were using worms and Power Bait. SOUTHWEST AREA Bear Canyon: Fishing was fair to good using liver, night crawl- ers and stink bait for catfish• We had no reports on other species. Bill Evans Lake: Fishing was slow for all species• Caballo Lake: Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits and min- nows for white bass and walleye. We had no reports on other spe- cies. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing was fair using worms, small grubs and tubes for bluegill. Fishing was fair to good using night crawlers and stink bait for catfish• Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits for white bass and an occasional walleye. Fishing was fair using tubes, senkos, creature baits and topwater lures for'large- mouth bass and smallmouth bass. We had h6:#0h on other spe- cies. The Marino Del Sur R0ck  Canyon and Dam Site marinas are open. The surface temp was in the mid to upper 70s. Eseondida Lake: We had no re- ports from anglers this week Gila River: Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 33 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Glenwood Pond: Trout fishing was good using Power Bait. Lake Roberts: Fishing was slow to fair using night crawlers for catfish. We had no reports on other species• Pereha Dam: Fishing was slow for all species• Quemado Lake: Fishing was good using spinners, salmon eggs, Power Bait and worms for trout• Fishing was fair using spoons, Power Bait and Mepps spinners for tiger musky. Rio Grande: Water flow below Elephant Butte on Monday was 2,300 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Snow Lake: We had no reports from anglers this week. Young Pond: Fishing was fair using Worms and liver for catfish. We had no reports on other spe- cies. Lordsburg Little League 2014 June 4 Majors 6 & 8 PM Softball 6 & 8 PM June 5 T-Ball R&Y 6 PM Coach Pitch 7 PM Minor League 8 PM June 6 Majors 7 PM June 9 Majors 6 & 8 PM This is what we have in stock right now. These are NEW in the 1)o. -*-GLOCK PISTOLS: G19 9ram $450; G22 Gen4 40cal 5480; G36 45cal compact $490 -*- S&W Bodyguard 380 cal. Great for conceal carry. $390 -* Remington 700 243 w/Scope $369 ,-,, Ruger 10/22 w/Lazer and 100 rounds .22s $325 -,,, Mossberg 715 Tactical w/Adjustable Stock 22 LR (Looks like AR15) Comes with 100 Rounds of .22s $349 -*, Bushmaster AR15.223 w/Red Dot Scope $865.99 SPECIAL PRICE--S765.99 -* USG SAR Semi Auto 12 Ga Shotgun (Home Defense) Pistol Grip Stock $420 -* Ruger Model LC9 9 HH Semi Auto Pistol with tasen Retail $685. SALE! $585 -,-S&W .22 auto pistol. Comes with Two Boxes of .22 Amino. S290 -,, EAA Witness Protection, 40SW cal., semi-auto pistol with light rail, lifetime guarantee--retail $511--SALE $460! Softball June 10 T-Ball RS & A Coach Pitch Minor League June 11 Majors Softball June 12 T-Ball RS & Y Coach Pitch Minor League June 13 Majors June 16 Majors Softball T-Ball A=Angels RS=Red Sox Y=Yankees 6&8PpM 6 PM 7PM 8 PM 6&8 6&8PM  6 PM 7PMpM T 8 PM 7 PM 6&8 6&8PM All Star Announcement June 17 T-Ball Y & A Coach Pitch Minor League Jne 19 T-Ball RS & A Coach Pitch Minor League June 24 T-Ball Y & A Coach Pitch Minor League June 26 T-Ball RS & A Coach Pitch Minor League i 6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 6 PM 7PM 8 PM LHS earn top honors at UNM Camp The Lordsburg High School boys' basketball team traveled to Albuquerque last weekend to partici- pate in the UNM Camp.The Mavericks played nine games and finished up on Sunday as champions. Throughout the camp, they competed against Santa Rosa, NACA, Manuel, La Cueva JV, Elbert CO, Del Norte, Clevland JV and Barrow Alaska. Pictured above are Jaime Artiaga, Orion Moreno, Matt May, JJ Escobar, Jacob Esquivel, Coach Neal, Hondo Estrada, MarkThomas, Ray Saucedo, Johnny Plowman, and Brandon Strain. Photo by JAMIE DIAZ/Lordsburg NM one of fir,. states to host Heart Attack, Strol(00; Prevention Workshop Submitted by NM DEPT of HEALTHSanta Fe The New Mexico Depart- ment of Health announced it is taking part in a national initia- tive to reduce heart attacks and strokes in New Mexico. About 4,000 New Mexicans die every year from heart disease and stroke• The Million Hearts@ Stake- holders Workshop will be held in Albuquerque Friday, June 13 h. The workshop is from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at the Southwestern Carpenters Union Building, 3900 Pan American Freeway NE, Albuquerque• The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Centers for Medicare and Med- icaid Services started the Mil- lion Hearts@ Initiative with a goal to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017. "The Million Hearts@ Workshop is a great opportunity for doctors, nurses and partners to come together and talk about strategies to help New Mexicans prevent heart disease and stroke," said Department of Health Secretary Retta Ward, MPH. "The workshop will also allow time for participants to share ideas and design action steps to help prevent heart at- Elks to host Mud Volleyball Tourney July 4th The Lordsburg Elks Lodge will host a 4th of July Mud Vol- leyball Tournament. Cost is $50 per team and all entrants will re- ceive a t-shirt. First and second place teams will receive trophies/ medals. A food sale will be held in conjunction with the holiday event. For more info, or to pre-reg- ister, contact Glenda Greene at 575-639-2484 or Maria Sanchez at 575-654-3870 or email dairygreene @ hotmail, com HIDALGO YOUTH RODEO ASSOCIATION 2o14 Summer Series Hidalgo County Fairgrounds-Lordsburg, NM Tuesday, June 17 @ 6:00 PM Thursday, July lO @ 6:00 PM Saturday, July 26 @ 9:00 AM (Sponsor Appreciation fun events added!) Sunday, July 27 Cowboy Church @ 8:00 AM 00o,eo009oo0000 Thursday, July 31 @ 6:00 PM Thursday, August 7 @ 6:00 PM Open to all youth through 18 yrs. old as of June 17 4 age groups: 0-5, 6-9, lo-13, 14-18 Great year end awards for everyone!I! Events: 0-5 leadline, barrels, poles, flag race, goat tying, dummy roping, team roping, breakaway roping, tie down roping, step down roping, double mugging, steer stopping, and chute dogging. $35 single membership/$5o family membership $15 per gymkhana (stock events will add stock charge) For more information, contact Kay Peterson kaypeterson@wildblue.net or 575-436-2611 Pre-entries are encouraged! tacks and strokes in our state•" Results will be shared na- tionwide. New Mexico is one of five states to receive a competi- tive grant this year to help put on the workshop• The Depart- ment and many partners and stakeholders have been working to organize the workshop, in- cluding the National Associa- tion for Chronic Disease Direc- tors, Healthlnsight New Mexico and the American Heart Asso- ciation. High blood pressure may lead to cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke. The num- ber of New Mexicans with high blood pressure has steadily in- creased. Data from 2011, the most recent available, shows that about 30 percent ,of New Mexico adults reported having high blood pres- sure. The Department of Health has established the Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program. Its mission is to promote cardio- vascular health for all New Mexi- cans and reduce the impact of heart attack and stroke. Through the Million Hearts@ Initiative, the program hopes to help New Mexicans better control blood pressure. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Million Hearts@ Initiative recom- mend the following to help re- duce the risk of heart disease: Talk to your healthcare professional about your ABCS - Aspirin use for those who ned it, Blood pressure control, Choles- terol management, Smoking ces- sation. Know your numbers and work with your provider to man- age them. Choose foods which are low in saturated fats, low in so- dium and high in fiber. Eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Maintain a healthy weight. Be physically active. 2.5 hours of moderate physical activity every week is recom- mended. That is 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. Don't smoke and limit alcohol use. 1-800-QUIT-NOW, or 1-855-DEJELOYA are the toll free numbers to receive free to- bacco cessation assistance. Lordsburg All Star players announced Lordsburg Little League an- nounced the selection of the 2014 All Star players this week. These major league two teams will be participating in an All-Star Tour- nament in Silver City beginning July 5. Girls: Averie Chavez, 11, Wildcats Xaria DeLaGarza, 11, Hotshots Celeste Granados, 11, Hotshots Analisa Castaneda, 12, Wildcats Keanna Haynes, 12, Hotshots Paulina Mendoza, 12, Hotshots Artemisia Romero, 12, Wildcats Valerie Silvas, 12, Wildcats Mya Young, 12, Hotshots Eliyah Calderon, 12, Wildcats Boys: Steven Gonzales, 11, Yankees Noah Madrid, 11, Yankees Lorenzo Mata, 11, Yankees Izayah Placencia, 11, Nationals Jonathon Artiaga, 12, Nationals Fernando Arvizo, 12, Yankees Frankie Camacho, 12, Yankees Skeater Lassiter, 12, Yankees Caleb Powell, 12, Yankees Chris Rodriguez, 12, Yankees Hidalgo County Heritage Society Save Our Building Help Restore the Enrichment Center for mote information call (575) 542-9716 or emall hcheritagesoclety@yahoo.com Goldhill Outpost 1000 Birchfield Street * Lordsburg, NM 575-542-8865 t We are right next to l_xve's Truck Stop is now also a GUN DEALER JUSt ARRIVLD. We do transfers for $20 600A00,K MS't00LS 9M00, We Buy Used Guns! 40 CAL, 45 CAL (G19, G23, G36, G22, G21) New Inventory Coming Soon!