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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY I SEPTEMBER 312010 5 Calling all old cars, trucks, trz,'tors and motorcycles for Discover Hidalgo County Discover Hidalgo County is pleased to announce the addition of an old car, truck, tractor and motorcycle show to its October 16, 2010 celebration of Lordsburg's 130 hAnniversary Celebration at North Park, comer of B and Gold Streets. According to organizers, the show, titled "Car Show and Shine" is bound cycles to bring them to the show, restored or not. Vehicles may be restored to factory specification or customized. General spectator admission to the show and all events, including parking, is free of charge. According to coordi- nator Dick Davis, "We just want everyone to have a great time, so we're opening the gates wide!" If you have an old vehicle you'd like to show, please con- tact Ed "Bim" Kerr at 575-313- 2606. The Discover Hidalgo County Committee meets at noon on Mondays at the Hidalgo Com- plex Conference Room, 524 DeMoss. The public is invited to attend. to be a people-pleaser during the event, scheduled to urn from 10:O0 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. While there will be many vehicles form far-away places, the event is also encouraging local Hidalgo County residents who have old cars, trucks (including pick-ups), tractors and motor- LHS art students to well at Hidalgo Cc)00Jnty Fair The Lordsburg High School art program is starting off with' a good beginning this year. Two McCalmon promoted at NMGYCA Calf McCalmon, second from left, receives his Cadet 1 = Class promotion on August 16, 2010 at the New Mexico National Guard Youth Challenge Academy in Roswell, New Mexico. Calf is the son of Truitt McCalmon and Bobble McCalmon and the grandson of Roberta McCalmon, all of Lordsburg. Courtesy photo Gila River - The flow is 109 cfs and fishing is slow. Rio Grande - The flow is 2,030 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. No fishing report. Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - No report. Cabal lo.Lake - White bass are good casting minnows or worms around the brush and trolling by the dam with bombers or sassy shad. Catfish are good with chicken liver or night crawlers. No reports on other species. Elephant Butte Lake - Fishing for white bass is goQd with shiners or white jigging spoons. Striped bass, in the 19-25 pound range, are good at the south end of the lake trolling live bait. RepOrts are fair for smallmouth bass using top water lures. Walleye are slow 'with a few being caught on jigs or live bait. Catfish are good with liver O r shrimp. No reports on other species. Glenwood Ponds - Stocker-size trout are slow with worms or salmon eggs. Lake Roberts - Pressure has been light and trout are fair with Power Bait, salmon eggs or worms. Catfish are reported as good with worms or chicken liver. No reports on bass. Quemado Lake - Trout are slow with Power Bait or worms, but an occasional 16-18 inch rainbow has been landed. Tiger muskies are fair with Z-rays, spinners or worms. No reports of any keeper-size muskies. Snow Lake - Trout are slow using Power Bait, worms or salmon eggs. I I i I I Email us at or hcherald @ Date August 20 Animas High School 2010 Football Location Game Time @ Valley Union 6:00 p,m. of Mr. Alexander's high school art students entered some of their artwork 'in the Hidalgo County Fair the weekend of August 28, 2010. The students were Alex Bejarano and Chris- topher Sigman. Bejarano took three first place ribbons, as well as a sec- ond and a third place ribbon. Sigman won a first place rib- bon in his category in the juried Art Show.. Mr. Alexander's art pro- gram has now gone from Art I only to both Art I and Art II at the high school. He says he hopes to build the students' skills which will justify an Advanced Art program at LHS next year. Since he is also teaching at Dugan-Tarango Middle School, Alexander is hoping to groom the younger students, creating a desire for them to go into art at the high school level. He feels it is better for the program if the students want to be in his class, as opposed to just being placed in his class. One of Mr. Alexander's hopes for this year was to have a Ceramics program at LHS. However, details were not able to be worked out. He hopes to see a Ceramics program at the high school in the future. He is currently trying to do some ce- ramics at DTMS using air dry clay and hopes the students will enjoy it. There is currently a brand new, unused kiln in the district that he hopes to be able to use so that the Ceramics students can produce aesthetically usable pottery. Elementary students attend County Fair Students from R.V.Traylor Elementary School in Lordsburg took a field trip to the Hidalgo County Fair last Friday afternoon. Above, the students check out a bug display in the Exhibit Building. NM Game& Fish program opens private land f()r public dove hunting Information courtesy NM DEPTof land. Lease agreements are ne- Web site, GAME FISH/Santa Fe gotiated individually and can under New Mexico landowners vary according to property de- "Events and opportunities." In- and the Department of Game and scriptions, easements and hunt- formation about the program Fish are working together to ing opportunities. Statewide, also is available by calling provide New Mexico hunters landowner, have enrolled more Aaron Roberts at (505) 476- more opportunities to pursue than 105,000 acres for dove, 8043. game on private land across the quail, turkey, waterfowl, jav- The Department is always state, including more than elina and deer hunting, and looking for new acreage to en- 102,000 acres available just in some angling, roll in the program. Interested time for the Sept. l opening of A list of Open Gate prop- landowners can contact Roberts dove season, erties, including maps and rules at (505) 476-8043 or The 5-year-old program is is availabJe on the Department funded by $4 Habitat Manage- ment andAccessvalidationsre- AHS Panthers have first win quired with every hunting and fishing license, This year, 19 2010 football landowners have enrolled in the OT season program to offer public, dove hunting. By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ made the Panthers first toucfi- "This program is great for Hidalgo County Herald down for the night. As the game dove hunters because some of The Animas High School went on, the scores stayed tight. the best dove hunting is around Football team got their first win The game turned around, water tanks and agricultural  of the season on Friday, August though, in the Panthers' favor, fields on private land," said 27. They hosted the Tatum Coy- as Gabriel Hernandez made an- Aaron Roberts, coordinator of otes and though the game was other touchdown. Animas had the Open Gate Program. "At the close, the Panthers came out on a 16-14 lead and just when same time,, it benefits the land- top.  ............................... things c'oulcln't get any better, owners by putting some money in their pockets and keeping the Bth teams played Lcell; ..... Brennil :Payne'eaught ' and'-in- birds off their crops." Participating landowners are paid for allowing hunters or an- glers access to their property or for allowing access across their property to landlocked public Ssgt. August 27 vs. Tatum 6:00 p.m, September 3 @ Melrose 4:00 p.m, September 10 @ Duncan 7:30 p.m, September 18 @ Menaul 10:00 a.m, September 24 vs. Gateway 7:00 p.m. October 1 vs. Juarez 7:00 p,m. October 9 vs. Foothills 1:00 p.m. October 15 vs. Mountainair 7:00 p.m, October 22 @ Reserve 3:00 p.m, I August 31 @ San Simon 6 PM September 10 @ Duncan 516 PM September 11 @ Morenci Tournament TBA September 14 Lordsburg 5/6 PM September 21 Duncan 5/6 PM September 24-25 @ Capitan Tournament TBA September 28 @ Lordsburg 5/6 PM October 1 Carrizozo 4/5 PM October 2 , @ Reserve 1/2/3 PM October 9 @ Quemado 2/3/4 PM October 14 Reserve 4/5/6 PM October 21 @ Carrizozo 1/2 PM October 23 L Quemado 2/3/4 PM District TBA 1st Round of State TBA November 11-13 State ' . TBA : I I I I I III I I I L '* L ' II 14178. All run/walk participants will receive a "Snakes Run" T-Shirt and winners will be awarded trophies. Labor Day Weekend/ Saturday, Sept. 4 7:30 AM Lordsburg, NM Shakespeare Cemeter, $12/Person  --Run/Walk-- For more information contact Daniel Ramircz at 575-564-5214 or Benjie Chavez at 575-519-8904 and the lead bounced back and forth from team to team. The Coyotes took the lead in the beginning, making the first touchdown. Animas recovered, though, and Brennik Payne Oood ftgs terception at the last of the game and the Panthers held the lead to win. The Panthers have their next game on Friday, Septem- ber 3, in Melrose. I LUCK,, mAVERtCKStl FOLLOWItI6 BUS IIIESS[S & ItlDMIXIALS ARE SUPPORI00RS OF 11t[ LORI00BURG POLICE A111L[TIC t00GU[ (PAt) 2010 LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOL MAVERICK FOOTBALL D&TE QP.Eg.BEBT ]]ME Thursday, August 19 vs. Silver- C/JVN (Scrimmage) 5:30 PM Thursday, August 26 JV vs. Willcox, AZ 6:00 PM Fdday, August 27 @ Willcox, AZ 8:00 PM Thursday, September 2 JV @ Hatch Valley 6:00 PM Friday, September 3 vs. Hatch Valley 7:00 PM Thursday, September g JV @ Cobre 6:00 PM Friday, September 10 vs. Cobre*'* Homecoming"' 7:00 PM Thursday, September 16 ' JV vs, Silver 6:00 PM Friday. September 17 *** OPEN* "" Thursday. September 23 JV vs, Deming 9th 5:00 PM Friday, September 24 @ Hot Springs 7:00 PM Saturday. September 25 JV vs. Hot Springs 11:00 AM Friday, October 1 @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PM Friday, October 8 vs. Ruidoso 7:00 PM Friday, October 15 vs. Laguna Acoma 7:00 PM Friday, October 22 @ Eatancta 7:00 PM Friday, October 29 @ Tularoaa 7:00 PM Saturday, November 13 State Quarter-finals TBA Saturday, November 20 State Semi*finals TBA 8ttltday, November 27 State Championship TBA Chaires Insurance Ramona's Cafi Umphres Propane BA Construction orse Construction 20 0 LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOLV-II mll_ PNM ' Love's Truck Stop LADY MAVERICK VOLLEYBALL Lenlsbuqi OFle Worlu OJPONENT Frt.& Sat,, August 20,21 MagdelenaToumey(VNN) TBA Gila Regional Medical Center Tues..l, ugu st 24 San Simoh (JVV) 5:00/6:00 PM Canon Steven= Thurs. August 26 @ Cobra (C-JV-V) 4:00/5:O0/6:00 PM Tues. August 31 @ Duncan, AZ (JV-V) 5:OO/6:O0 PM J,erry Turner Truck ServMI Set Sept. 1 t @ Morenci Tournanlen.t rBA DeLoGorIo Carpet Cleaning Tues. Sept. 14 vs. A ...... S (JV-V) 5:OO/6:OO PM AJ:lel Phical Therapy Thurs. Sept. 16 @ San Simon (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM mdt Tues. Sept. 21 vs, Cobra (C-JV-V) 4:OO/5:00/6:OO PM Dart Shannon dba Short Ca. Tues, Sept. 28 @ Ar,imas (JV-V) 5:00/6:OO PM Triple T Plumbing "rues October 5 vs, Mesilla Valley Christian (JV-V) 5:OO/6:30 PM Smith Ford , Sat. Oclotar9 ((# [,,.arosa (&-.IV V} 100/2:00/3:00 PM Ibarra Family  Sat, October 16 vs. Cloudcmft (dV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM Set, October23 vs Tularosa(C-JV.V) 1:00/2:00/3;00PM Western Bank "Tues October 26 @ Ms,laVa,ey Chr*sti.. (Jv-v) PAL 5:00:30 PM , Sat. October 30 @ Cloudcrolt (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM Cottage House Men. November 1 District Tournament (V) 6;00 PM Hidalgo County Herald "rues, November 2 District rournmnen! (V) 6:00 PM Saucedals Supermarket Thurs. November 4 District Tourrarnent (V) B:O0 PM Sst. November 6 District Chain pionship (V) . 6;00 PM Days Inn Thurs.-Set. Nov t %13 State Tournament (V) T.B.A. Circle H Sept.  Upper Vlk,1z vs. Mavericks 1 PM Fox Field O.awg G.onePlumbing & Heating Lower Maverleks vl. 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