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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 La Escuelita holds Open House Local citizens visited La Escuelita Head Start&apos;s open house recently. Above, judges of the pumpkin decorating contest make their decisions. Pictured are Linda Erikson, Debbie Hood, Lordsburg Mayor Frank Rodriguez and EsperanzaTarango. Below, Randy and Adri Estrada brought in a goat for the children to get acquainted with. Courtesy photos THE WORDS New Mexico reports E.Coli cases  connected to national outbreak Submitted by NM DOHISanta Fe Environment Department, the younger than 5 years old and in The New Mexico Depart- FDA, other affected states and older adults. People with HUS ment of Health is investigating three E.coli 0157:H7 cases that match cases in four other states. The cases are preliminarily linked to Bravo Farms Dutch Style Gouda Cheese from Costco. A 4 l-year-old man and 7-year-old girl from Bernalillo County and a 4-year-old boy from Valencia County are recovering. No one in New Mexico was hospitalized. The U.S. Food and Drug Ad- ministration announced last night that 25 cases of E.coli 0157:H7 in five states (Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, California and Nevada) are preliminarily linked to Bravo Farms Dutch Style Gouda Cheese from Costco. People who bought the cheese should not eat it. Costco is advis- ing consumers to return any re- maining Bravo Farms Dutch Style Gouda cheese they may have at home to Costco for a full refund. Costco has voluntarily removed the cheese from its stores and, using card purchase records, has notified consumers by phone of the situation. The Department of Health has been collaborating with the City of Albuquerque's Health and NM receives $380 million in royalty payments Courtesy submission U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall last week announced that New Mexico has received $380.6 million in revenue payments from energy produced on fed- eral and tribal lands. "New Mexico plays an ex- tremely important role in meet- ing our nation's energy needs," said Bingaman, who chairs the Senate Energy and Natural Re- sources Committee. "The rev- " enue New Mexico receives from being a key energy producer al- lows us to make essential invest- ments in our state. .'1,;.',' : ',' "'The pe9le-o,f. New our state produces more energy than we consume," said Udall. "It's because of the royalties earned through the sound man- agement of our natural re- sources that we have been able to reinvest this funding into key programs and prevent the reces- sion froiia worsening in our state." Tile revenue paYments were generated from the production of off, gas, and potash, among others; The disbursements come from the U.S. Department Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to determine the cause of the E.coli cases. Most people infected with E. coli O157:H7 develop diarrhea and abdominal cramps, but some illnesses may last longer and can be more severe. While most people recover within a week, some may develop a severe in- fection. Rarely, as symptoms of diarrhea improve, a type of kid- ney failure called hemolytic ure- mic syndrome,(HUS) can occur; this can happen at any age but is most common in children should be hospitalized immedi- ately, as their kidneys may stop working and they may be at risk for other serious health problems. As of November 4, 25 persons infected with the outbreak strain of E. coli O157:H7 have been re- ported from five states since mid- October. The number of ill per- sons identified in each state with this strain is as follows: AZ (11), CA (1), CO (8), NM (3) and NV (2). There have been nine reported hospitalizations, one possible case of HUS and no deaths. Orona, right, is pictured with herchildren, Gabriela and Joshua. Lordsburg native seeking lifesaving transplant; donor drive to be held Nov. 12 Submitted by DANA.M. ARREDONDO Gina Orona-Ruiz is a native of Lordsburg, and a 1985 graduate of Lordsburg High School. She is the Director of La Casa, a domestic violence shelter in Las Cruces, NM, and the proud mother of Gabriella, age 16 and Joshua age 3. Gina has been diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndromes, also . know as pre-leukemia, and is in need of a life-saving transplant. There are three ways you can help, make a contribution, volunteer, or regis- ter to be a donor. On Friday, November 12th: a bone marrow drive will be held for Gina, and youngster Kyle McGetrick. The drive will be held from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at the Corbett Center located at NMSU, and across from Frenger Food Court in Las Cruces. According to Be The Malch, Hispanic donors are in great de- tn.k]t'tltgt/. iaa' bf hspamc descent, everyone Js encouraged to participate in this drive. Most people worry about the pain. It is as .sy.lp, s,dQnatmg bloqd . Tl?ere are two ways to donate blood. donation is a nonsurgical procedure that takes place at a blood or outpatient hospital' unit. For 5 days leading up to donation, will be given injections of a drug called filgrastim to increase number of blood-forming cells in your bloodstream. Your blood is then removed through a needle in one arm and passed through machine that separates out he bloOd-forming cells. The remainin blood is returned to you through the other arm. Your blood-formi cells are back to their normal levels within 4 to 6 weeks. The marrow donation is a surgical outpatient procedure that takes place a hospital. You will receive anesthesia and fgel n0 pain during donation. Doctors use a needle to withdraw:liqUid marrow from back of your pelvic bone. The marrow replaces itself 4 to 6 weeks. Thank you for helping Gabriela and Joshua's mom. If you are unable to make the drive, you can order a kit online. A R E V E RY S M ALL ..... of""I'tdrio'r. 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