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HIDALGO COUN'i~Y HERALD IlaUl=lmmlm - _ i - _mlllmllllmDIIIInl~W~ FRIDAYp AUGUST 13p 2010 5 The importance of breakfast." Mom was right Submitted by UNIV. of WISCON- SIN "Breakfast is the most im- portant meal of the day." Mothers have used that state- ment to coax children into eat- ing breakfast for years. As it turns out. Mom was right, and accord- ing to TOPS Club. Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization. there's research to back her up. Getting a good mix of protein, whole grains, fiber, and fruit ev- ery morning can help boost me- tabolism, increase energy for both the body and the brain, and help curb cravings for sweets and other foods high in fat. Research has shown that skipping meals, and especially skipping break- LHS Season Tickets available Season tickets for Maverick Football and Maverick Volleyball will go on sale beginning August 16. 2010. Adult football season tickets are $20, student football tickets are $10. Football season tickets include admission to 4 regular season Varsity and 4 Jun- ior Varsity football home games. The Maverick JV Football team will open their regular sepson at home against Willcox,'~Z on August 26, 2010 and the Varsity Football team will open on Sep- tember 3, 2010 against the Hatch Bears. Volleyball season tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for stu- dents. The Maverick Volleyball team will travel to Magdalena on August 20 & 21 to play in the Magdalena Volleyball Tourna- ment. The Lady Mavericks will play their first home game on August 24, 2010, against San Simon. There are 6 regular sea- son volleyball games scheduled at home this season. All tickets may be purchased at the Lordsburg High School office from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mon- day through Friday, or at the gate on the first home game. Lordsburg High School thanks you for all of your support. We look forward to see'rag you at the games ? .,. fast, also can make individuals more likely to eat more at the next meal or to eat high-calorie snacks before the next meal. "Breakfast gets your metabo- lism going in the morning so you actually burn more calories dur- ing the day," says Joan Pleuss. R.D., C.D.E.. M.S., C.D...Senior Research Dietitian in the General Clinical Research Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin and nutritional expert for TOPS. "However, that doesn't mean that you should use that as an excuse to overeat later in the day. Actu- ally, the reverse may happen, as eating breakfast can decrease the likelihood that you will be as hungry later on." The National Weight Con- trol Registry (NWCR) was founded more than 20 years ago to document the habits of people who were age 18 and older and who had lost at least 30 pounds of excess weight that they had kept off for at least a year. One habit the researchers found was that 78% of the people in the Registry ate breakfast every day and that only 4% never ate break- fast. In the NWCR. the typical breakfast was cereal and fruit. Another study found that those individuals who ate a ready-to- eat cereal for breakfast had a higher fiber content in their total diet than those individuals who didn't eat a ready-to-eat cereal. Other studies have reported that people who eat a ready-to-eat ce- real for breakfast tend to be leaner than people who don't eat break- fast or eat other types of food for breakfast. "The best breakfasts are rich in fiber and protein." notes Pleuss. "Not only do they digest slowly, which means a longer time between hunger pains, a fi- ber-rich diet can help lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and colon cancer." Putting this advice to practi- cal use doesn't have to mean go- ing to the store and spending a small fortune on specialty foods. Insteadl a few well-ptapned changes, like switching to a whole-grain, wheat bread from white, can make all the differ- ence. "If waffles are a morning fa- vorite, plan to purchase whole- wheat waffles i~t~t~ flf:~,mqre ~Courtesy Dept. Of Game & Fish Gila River - The flow is 121 cfs and fishing is slow. Reports are fair in the Wilderness. Rio Grande- The flow is 1,930 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. No fishing report. Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - Trout are slow with Power Bait or salmon eggs. Bass are fair with crank baits or tubes. Caballo Lake - Walleye are slow to fair from shore with j igs and minnows. White bass are fair casting minnows or worms around the brush in the shady areas. Catfish are fair with night crawlers or chicken liver. No reports on other species. Elephant Butte Lake - Still fishing for white bass is good with shin- ers or live bait. Smallmouth bass are fair using white or green bombers or shiners. Striped bass. in the 15-20 pound range, are fair trolling live bait. Catfish are fair with liver or shrimp. No reports on other species. Glenwood Ponds - Stocker size trout are good with Power Bait or salmon eggs. 501 triploid rainbows were stocked last week. Lake Roberts - The water is murky from algae. Catfish are fair near the spillway with worms or chicken liver. No reports on other species. Quemado Lake - Trout are fair to good with Power Bait or worms. Tiger muskies are slow to fair with Z-rays, spmners or worms. No keeper-size muskies reported. Snow Lake - No report. Lordsburg High School Lady Maverick Volleyball 2010-2011 DATE OPPONENT TIME Tues., August 24 Thurs. August 26 Tues. August 31 Sat. Sept. 11 Tues. Sept. 14 Thurs. Sept. 16 Tues. Sept. 21 Tues. Sept. 28 Tues. October 5 Sat. October 9 Sat. October 16 Sat. October 23 Tues. October 26 Fri.& Sat., August 20,21 Magdalena Tourney(VN/V) TBA San Simon (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM @ Cobre (C-JV-V) 4:00/5:.00/6:00 PM @ Duncan, AZ (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM Morbnci TOurnament TBA vs. Animas (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM @ San Simon (JV-V). 4:00/5:00 PM mdt vs. Cobre (C-JV-V) 4:00/5:00/6:00 PM @ Animas (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM vs. Mesilla Valley Christian (JVoV) 5:00/6:30 PM @ Tularosa (C-JV-V) 1:00/2:00/3:00 PM vs. Cloudcroft (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM vs.Tularosa(C-JV-V) 1:00/2:00/3:00-PM~ @ Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-V) Sat. October 30 Mort. November 1 Tues. November 2 Thurs. November 4 Sat. November 6 Thurs.-Sat Nov. 11-13 @ Cloudcroft (JV-V) District Toul;nament (V) District Tournament (V) District Tournament (V) District Championship (V) State Tournament (V) Head Coach: Nacona Grijalva Assistant Coach: Armando Rosales PrincipatlAD: J. Va~.? Le,e Superintendent: Jim Barentine 5:00/6:30 PM 2:00/3:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM T,B.A. generic, processed varieties" rec- ommends Pleuss. "Pairing the waffles with some low-fat fruit yogurt ,is a great way to start the day healthy and curb the urge to binge before lunch." If lack of ti0ae is the reason you skip breakfast, try getting items ready the night before. Pour out the cereal and cut up the fruit. Place the oatmeal in the bowl so you only need to add the milk or water in the morning. Microwave it while you are getting dressed. Also have available foods that you can grab and go, like whole fruit, bagels, high-fiber breakfast bars. trail m~x comprised of nuts and dried fruit, dry cereal, low- fat or fat-free yogurt, and 100% juice. You can also make the fol- lowing recipes in advance, per- haps on the weekend, for conve- nient and healthy breakfasts all week long. Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup uncooked old-fashioned oatmeal 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 1/4 t. baking powder 1 t. baking soda 1 t. ground cinnamon l/2 t. ground nutmeg 1 large egg 1/2 cup nonfat plain yogurt 3/4 cup unsweetened applesauce 1/2 cup chopped pitted dates 1/2 cup skim milk In large mixing bowl, stir to- gethet dry ingredients. In medium bowl, whisk together remaining ingredients. Pour liquid ingredi- ents over dry ingredients. Stir until just blended: do not overmix. Spoon batter into muf- fin pans coated with nonstick spray or lined with paper bake cups. Bake at 350 F about 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool five minutes in the pans before turning out and cooling on wire racks. Makes 18 muffins. Nutrient value per serving, based on a 1.500-calorie diet: One serving = one muffin. Exchanges - 1 starch. 1/2 fruit Calories - 99 Calories from. Fat - 9 Total Fat - lg (2%) Saturated Fat - 0 Cholesterol - 12 mg (4%) Sodium - 118 mg (5%) Total Carbohydrate -21g (9%) "Di~t~ffy Fiber - lg (5%) Sugars- 9g Protein - 3g Granola 1 2/3 cup oat bran 1 cup quick or old-fashioned rolled oats 1/3 cup instant nonfat dry milk powder 1/4 cup honey 1/4 cup sunflower seeds 2 T. vegetable oil 2 T. water 1 t. grated orange peel 1/2 t. vanilla 3/4 cup dried banana chips 1/2 cup raisins Combine all ingredients ex- cept last two. Mix welt. Spread into a 13" x 9" pan and bake at 350 F for 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown. Stir after 10 min- utes: then stir in banana chips and raisins. Cool completely. Store mixture in an airtight container for up to one week. Makes 10 servings. Nutrient value per serving, based on a 1.500-calorie-diet: Heavy Fores1 rains and flooding cause damage to Road 150at Rocky Canyon Submitted-by q ilLA NATIONAL FORESTISi/veJ City Heavy rains and flooding caused signifk ant damage to a section of Fore: t Road (FR) 150. also known as tt e North Star Mesa Road. at Rocky Canyon this past weekend on S~mday, August 1. The road is or ly passable with high-clearance and four-wheeled drive vehicles of Monday, Au- gust 2. Vehicles pulling trailers Rocky Canyon Campground is inaccessible due to downed logs. debris and large ruts block- ing entrance to the campground. FR 150 is located approxi- mately 14 mileg north of Mimbres off of NM Hwy 35, while Rocky Canyon is located about 15 miles north from entrance of FR 150. Signs have been posted on the south entrance of FR 150, and on the north end just past the Beaverhead Work Center, can- are strongly not recommended. trict at (575) 536-2250. Soutt.er NM Resource Advisory tioning travelers about the road damage. If heavy rains continue, it could cause the road to become completely inaccessible before repairs, planned for next week, can be made. As a safety precau- tion. the public is strongly dis- couraged from traveling on FR 150 during wet and muddy road conditions. For more information, please call the Wilderness Ranger Dis- Committee to accept project proposals Submitted by 61LA NATIONAL FORESTISilvet City The Southern New Mexico Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is seeking proposals for projects that enhance forest eco- systems (envirOnment function- ing) or restore and improve land health and water quality on the Cibola. Gila. and Lincoln National Forests and other ad- jacent lands in Catron. Grant, Lincoln. Otero. Socorro, and Sierra Counties. The RAC com- mittee has nearly $2,005,000 to allocate to projects this year, made available through the Se- cure Rural Schools and Com- munity Self-Determination Act for fiscal years 2008 and 2009 Title II monies (~ www. fs.fed,us/srs/Title- II.shtml~ Proposals and Title II monies will.be recommended by the RAC to the Designated Federal Official (DFO), AI Koss, based on each affected County's Title II momes allo- cation perc6ntage. The RAC will be funded annually for an additional two years with slightly declining amounts each year. The RAC works closely with Forest Service land man- ~gers to recommend projects that benefit forest health, fish. wildlife, soils, watersheds, and other resources: maintain roads. trails, and other infrastructure (basic structures needed for a society or the services/facilities necessary for an economy to function): or control noxious Lordsburg High School Maverick Football 201 0-2011 . DATE OPPONENT_ Thursday, August 19 vs. Silver-C/JV/V (Scrimmage) TIME 5:30 PM JV vs. Willcox. AZ 6:00 PM @ Willcox. AZ 8:00 PM JV @ Hatch Valley 6:00 PM vs. Hatch Valley7:00 PM JV @ Cobre 6:00 PM vs. Cobre*** Homecoming*** 7:00 PM JV vs. Silver 6:00 PM ***OPEN*** JV vs. Deming 9th 5:00 PM @ Hot Springs 7:00 PM JV vs. Hot Springs 11:00 AM @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PM vs. Ruidoso 7:00 PM vs. Laguna Acoma7:00 PM @ Estancia 7:00 PM @ Tularosa 7:00 PM State Quarter-finals TBA State Semi-finals TBA State Championship TBA Thursday, August 26 Friday, August 27 Thursday, September 2 Friday, September 3 Thursday, September 9 Friday, September 10 Thursday, September 16 Friday, September 17 Thursday, September 23 Friday, September 24 Saturday, September 25 Friday, October 1 F't|day, OCtober 8 Friday, October 15 Friday, October 22 Friday, October 29 Saturday, November 13 Saturday, November 20 Saturday, November 27 Head Coach: Loule Balsa Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell, Brian Culberson, Greg Ma[tinez, Rodney Plowman Principal: J, Vance Lee Athletic DirecTor: Don Smith Superintendent Jim Barentine weeds. Contact the National Forest District Ranger that would be affected by your pro- p o s a 1 (http://ww.w.fs. fed.us/r3/con- tact/f0restoffices.shtml) prior to submittal for their input. RAC projects must be lo- cated on National Forest lands in Catron, Grant. Lincoln. Otero. Socorro, and Sierra Counties or on other adjacent lands if the project(s) benefit resources on the National For- est. Projects can. be completed by Forest S~rvice personnel, through partnership agree- ments, or by open-bid contract- ing with individuals and busi- nesses. Individuals. non-profit organizations, and local govern- ments can submit Title II project proposals. RAC Project Preview forms and instructions are available on" the Secure Rural Schools Re- source Advisory Committees website at wwwnotes.fs.fed.us/wo/ secure rural schools.nsf/ Web Project Submit ere~ ParentUNID= A 1EE DD 100A6ECF4588257545005A4787. Proposals should be submitted electronically on the Southern New Mexico RAC website or sent hardcopy to the RAC Coordina- tor Patti Turpin/RAC Coordina- tor at the Lincoln National For- est Supervisor's Office. 3463 Las Palomas Rd. Alamogordo, New Mexi.co 88310 after they have received input for the affected District Ranger. Proposals must be submitted by close of business October 1. 2010 for timely review and dis- cussion. The RAC will begirt, re- wewing projects for possible funding recommendation during their meeting in November 2010. The public is welcome to at- tend all RAC meetings which are announced through the Federal Register and news releases in the local newspapers of record. For more information on the RAC or to learn more about proposing projects please contact RAC DFO, AI Koss, at 525-536-2250 or RAC Coordinator. Patti Turpin at 575-434-7230. ! Dugan Tarango Middle Schoo Dogie Football 2010-20t t DATE OPPONENT LC)CATION TIME August 28 La Plata Home 11:00 AM September 9 @ Snell Away ' 4:00 PM September 11 Thatcher Home 11:00 AM September 18 Huachuca City, AZ Home 11:00 AM September 21 MV Christian Home 4:00 PM October 2 @ Morenci, AZ Away 2:00 PM (mdt) October 7 @ Hatch Valley. Away 4:00 PM Heaa Coach: Jason Hawley Assistant Coach: Tommy LoPez Athletic Director: Don Smith Principal'. Leo Garcia Superintendent: Jim.Barentine Dugan Tarango Middle School Dogie Volleyball 2g 10-2011 DATE OPPONENT Thurs., Aug. 26at Snell (7-8) Tues., Aug. 31 Duncan Tues., Sept. 7 La Plata (7-8) Thurs. Sept. 9Morenci. AZ (7-8) Sat Sept. 11 MV Christian (7-8) Thurs. Sept. 16 at Hatch (7-8) Tues. Sept. 21at La Plata (7-8) Thurs. Sept. 23 Snell (7-8) Sat., Sept. 25 at MV Christian Tues. Sept. 28Animas (7-8) Sat. Oct. 2 at Morenci, AZ Round Robin (7-8) TBA Tues. Oct. 5 at Animas (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Head Coach: Tom Stidham Assistant Coach: Amanda Guerrero Athletic Director: Don Smith ,, Principal: Leo Garcia Superintendent: Jim Bare, ntine TIME 4:00/5:00 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 11:00AM/12:00 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 4:00/5:00PM 11:00 AM/12:00 PM 3:00/4:00 PM