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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2014 5 Suicid Prevention Act for American vq ns Submitted by REP. STEVE struggle to seek help in his des- PEARCE'S OFFICEIWashington, perate time of need will never be DC forgotten," said Congressman Last week, the House passed Steve Pearce. "Tragically, he was bipartisan legislation that is de- only one of many veterans who signed to help prevent veteran suffer from the effects of war, and suicides. Congressman Steve urgently require mental health Pearce cosponsored H:R 5059, services from the VA The Clay The Clay Hunt Suicide Preven- Hunt Suicide Prevention for tion for American Veterans Act, a American Veterans Act makes bill that will increase access, bet- needed reforms to the VA and will ter meet the demand and boost assist in the prevention of veter- the accountability of mental ans' suicide in New Mexico and health care. The legislation has across the country." support from a number of veter- The bill also: ans groups, including the Iraq and Increases access to mental Afghanistan Veterans of America health care by creating a peer sup- and the VFW. port and community outreach pi- "Marine Cpl. Clay Hunt'slot program to assist transitioning st Are= oour.., "1 Dept. of| ' '"1 Fishing Repo This fishing report, provided by was good for anglers using Bill Dunn and the Department of cheese, Power Bait, Pistol Petes Game anti Fish, has been gener- and salmon eggs We had no re- nted from the best information ports on other species. available from area officers and Caballo Lake: We had no re- anglers. Conditions encountered ports from anglers this week after the report is compiled may Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alterfish and was fair to good using slab angler activities, spoons and blade baits for white CATCHES OF THE WEEK: bass. Fishing for largemouth Monastery Lake: Dec. 14, bass and smallmouth bass was Frank Jaramillo caught a 4- slow with just a few largemouth pound ra{nbow trout. He was bass caught by anglers using using a homemade wax worm jigs. We had no reports on other fly tied on a size 10 hook. species. Escondida Lake: Dec" 14, Eseondida Lake: Fishing was Tony Zamarron of Albuquerque good using garlic scented Power caught a 22.5-inch and a 21-inch Bait, Velveeta cheese, Pistol rainbow trout. He was using his Petes and Kastmasters for trout. homemade monster bait. We had no reports on other spe- Ute Lake: I)ec. 13, Jim cies. O'Con'ner of Amarillo caught a Gila River: Water flow on the 4.91-pound walleye. He was us- Gila as of this past Monday was ing a blade bait. 83 cfs. We had no reports from If you have a catch of the anglers this week. week story or just want to tell Glenwood Pond: Fishing was us about your latest New Mexico good using Power Bait for trout fishing experience, send it to us Lake Roberts: We had no re- at fishforfun2@hotmail.com, ports from anglers this week. We may include your story in Pereha Dam: We had no reports our next report For catches of from anglers this week the week include name, date ..... a.. T..,.^ ~r. hna .... .' . Qu~lilauu lta~l~l;: vv~ lieU llU i~- and location, type of fish, length ports from anglers this week and weight if possible and bait, Rio Grande: We had no reports lure or fly used from anglers this week sOUTHWEST AREA , Snow Lake: ~ishin~ was ~ood Algpll~ht~l~, Trout fishing was . '-- - ' ~ using salmon eggs.for ~trout. vel~qg~d~u~ing olive and~bllacl~ ~ .... n^..a ~.r^. + 'fioNn.~ was ~. . ~, , , YOull~ JVUllU: Jt IdlE.It =J~*l"l. rIStOI tJ~tes an(a sa=mon eggs. . .... very gooa using ramoow ann Bear Canyon: Trout fishing was ..... . . . . cnartreuse l-'ower Pelt and fair to good using salmon eggs ..... .... Velveeta cheese, we nan no re-= veweeta cheese and Power t~alt. . . ports on other species Bill ,Evans Lake: Trout fishing A tordsburg High School 1 Lady Maverick Basketball " 2014-2015 Date Opponent Time q'hurs-Sat, Dec. 4-6 Lady Maverick Fiesta (V) TBA Thurs-Sat, Dec. 11-13 @ Cloudcroft Invite (V} TBA Tues, Dec. 16 @ Morenci 5:30/Y PM Thurs, Dec. 18 @ Animas (V) 5:30 PM Fri, Dec. 19 vs. Cobre (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM Thurs-Sat, Jan. 8-10 @ Cliff Roundup TBA Tues, Jan. 20 vs. Animas (JV/V) 5:30 PM Fri, Jan. 23 vs. Cliff (JV/V) 4:30/7:30 PM Mon, Jan. 26 vs. Morenci 5:30/7 PM Sat, Jan. 31 @ Cliff (iV/V) 2/5PM Tues, Feb. 3 @ MVCS (iV/V) 2/5PM Fri, Feb. 6 @ Capitan (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM Tues, Feb. 10 vs. Tularosa (JV/V) 5/6:30 PM Thurs, Feb. 12 vs Silver City (JV/V) 5/6:30 PM Fri, Feb. 13 vs. MVCS (iV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM Tues, Feb. 17 @ Tularosa (JV/V) 5/6:30 PM Fri, Feb. 20 vs. Capitan (JV/V)5i00/6:30 PM Feb. 24-Mar. i District Tournament TBA Fri, Mar. 6 1't Round State Tourn. TBA Mar. 10-14 State Tournament ABQ service members, and a one:stop interactive website of available resources. Better meets the demand for mental health care by starting a pilot program to repay" the loan debt of students in psychiatry, to more easily recruit them to work at the VA. Boosts accountability of mental health care by requiring an annual evaluation of suicide prevention practices and pro- grams I Check out these new books at the Library! When in Doubt, Add Butter By Beth Harbison For Gemma, cooking is predictable. Recipes are certain. Use good ingredi- ents, follow the directions, and you are assured success, l:ffe, on the other hand, is full of variables. So when Gemma's takes an unexpected turn on a road'she always thought was straight and narrow, she must face her past and move on in ways she never would have imagined. Because sometimes in life, all you need is a little hope, a lot of courage, and--oh ,es--butter. Best Kept Secret By Amy Hatvany ~eartbreaking, haunting, and ultimately life-affirming, Best Kept Secret is more than just the story of Cadence--it's a story of how the secrets we hold closest are the ones that can most tear us apart.. Love Letters to the Dead By Ava Dellaira .aurel chooses Kurt Cobain because her sister, May, loved him. And he died young, just like May. Soon, Laurel has a notebook full of letters to the dead--to people like Janis Joplin, Heath Ledger, Amelia Earhart, and Amy Winehouse-- though she never gives a single one of them to her teacher. She writes about starting high school, navigating the choppy waters of new friendships, learn- ing to live with her splintering family, falling in love for the first time, and, most important, trying to grieve for May. But how do you mourn for someone you haven't forgiven The Narrow Rood to the Deep North PAL players compete in Phoenix Tournament Lordsburg Police Athletic League (PAL) football players JAcob Ramirez (grade 4) Hailio Chavez (grade 3) and Ryan Ruiz (grade 5) participated in the Winter 2014 Copper State National Football Tournament on December 12-14 in Phoenix, AZ. The boys were chosen to play on the NM AIIstar team out of Las Cruces, NM.The NM AIIstars football team was made up of boys, ages 8-10 that were chosen from the Nerf Foot- ball Las Cruces League. The team brought home a second place trophy, along with indi- vidual medals. Jacob, Hailio, and Ryan would like to thank their sponsors, Saucedo's Su- permarket, Abeyta's Physical Therapy, Richard Chaires, 2nd Chance Lumber, Mama Rosa's, Smith Ford, Berna Arambula and Hidalgo County Herald for helping them make their trip. Courtesy photo Gila Cliff Dwellings proposes to raise , public input, commentwanted Submitted by NATIONAL PARK SERVlCEISi/ver City Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument has begun soliciting public opinion about a proposed entrance fee increase to possibly be implemented during 2015. If this proposal is implemented erv trance fees will rise from $3 to $5 sometime during the summer of 2015. No decision has yet been made on the potential increase and public comment is being so- fees: of the Gila Cliff Dwellings Trail 1) Repairs and upgrades to out o( the bed of Cliff Dweller the Gila Cliff Dwellings Trail Creek to improve safety, reduce 2) Re-vegetation and ero- closures and protect the environ- sion qontrol in areas burnt in the ment of the stream. Miller Fire of 2011 Comments on this proposal '3) Renovation of the Visitor can be sent to the NPS Planning, Contact Station at the Trail Head Environrffent and Public Corn- including upgrades to the ken- ment (PEPC) website at http:// nels parkplanning.nps .gov/ 4) Upgrade to the EmergencyGilafeeproposal or by mail to Exit at the Visitor Center Museum Superintendent: Gila Cliff Dwell- to allow safe egress to those with ings National Monument HC 68 By Richard Flanagan licited about the proposal. This mobility or vision impairment Box 100 Silver City New Mexico tn the despmr of a Japanese POW camp would be the first time fees hl~ve 5) Production of a new Gila 88061. on the Death Railway, surgeon O.orri.go increased here since entrance fees Cliff Dwellings movie for the Visi- K-. ',i " ' ~,~'~ Evans is haunted by his love affair w~th" " toy Center Museum [Inme r were authorized The increase his uncle's young w'fe two yea s eadier. Struggling to save the men under his would not affect anyone who en- We hope to fund the follow- | I ing projects from fee monies in _7 command from starvation, fromcholera, ters withe federal lands pass Visi- ID 0 G H 0 U 5 t. I from beatings, he receives a letter that tore under 16 years of a~e will the near future: l I witl change his life forever remain - " free. 1) Rehabilitation and mod- / t/I/D ,,.net /,,/n I All. monles collected from en- ernization of the Visitor Center | rr ....... ~,/. ~r [ Lordsbur ..... Hidalgo" trance .... fees go directly to projects Museum exhibits | ]40// ~ff~/ ] - o o which benefit tlae visitor. 2) Design and construction / ' I Library The following projects ~"-~/ ~ Call of Interpretive Waysides and ad- $~i~'~.~Z~ "' ] ditional benches for the Gila Cliff ~/~l~e Cartage o.oe] 208 East3rd Street which will take place in 2015 3) Moving the first section 575-542-9646 have been funded using entrance 575.542.8880 J -- Maverick Basketball 2014-2015 Basketball v ~ ,- 2014-2015 " 7th/~th Grade Boys Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time Thurs-Sat, Dec. 4-6 @ Cliff Roundup (V) TBA Thurs-Sat, Dec. 11-13 @ Tularosa Basin (V) TBA Thurs, Dec. 18 @ Animas (JV/V) 4/7 PM Tues, Dec. 30 vs. Silver (JV/V) 5/5:30 PM Thurs-Sat, Jan. 8-10 Maverick Stampede TBA Tues, Jan. 13 @ Hot Springs 5/6:30 PM Thurs-Sat, Jan. 15-17 @ Dexter Invite TBA Tues, Jan. 20 vs. Animas (JV/V) 4/7 PM Fri, Jan. 23 vs. Cliff (JV/V) 4:30/7:30 PM Sat, Jan. 31 @ Cliff (JV/V) 3:30/6:30 PM Tues, Feb. 3 vs. MVCS (JV/V) 5/6:30 PM Thurs, Feb. 5 @ Cobre 5/6:30 PM Fri, Feb. 6 vs, Capitan (JV/V)5/6:30 PM Tues, Feb. 10 @ Tularosa (JV/V) 5/7:30 PM Fri, Feb. 13 @ MVCS (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM Tues, Feb. 17 vs. Tularosa (JV/V) 5/6:30 PM Fri, Feb. 20 @ Capitan (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM Feb. 24-Mar. 1 District Tournament TBA Sat, Mar. 7 1,t Round State Tourn. TBA Mar. 11-15 State Tournament Albq Tues, Jan. 6 Thurs, Jan. 8 Satt Jan. 10 Mon, Jan. 12 Tues, Jan. 13 Thurs, Jan 15 Sat, Jan. 17 Thurs, Jan. 22 Date . Tue~,,Jan. 6 Thurs, Jan. 8 Sat, Jan. 10 Mon, Jan. 12 Tues, Jan. 13 ThtJrs, Jan. 15 Sat, Jan. 17 Tues, Jan. 22 Tues, Jan. 27 @ Animas 3:00/7:00 vs Snell 4:00/5:00 @ Deming 10:00/11:30 @ Cliff 5:30 vs Animas 3:00/7:00 vs Deming 4:00/5:30 @ MVCS 10:00/11:30 @ Hatch Valley 4:00/5:30 7th/8th Grade Girls Opponent Time @ Animas 5:30 @ Snell 4:00/5:00 vs Deming 10:00/11:30 @ Cliff 4:00 vs Animas 5:30 @ Deming 4:00/5:30 vs MVCS 10:00/11:30 vs Hatch Valley 4:00/5:30 @ Hatch Valley 4:00/5:30 from Hidalgo Medical & Dental Services (Yha k geac far euiTort/ny aur s r ic:s. If you have a medical emergency while we are closed, please Dial 911 immediately For non-emergencies please call UNM- NurseAdvice Hot Line when HMS is dosed and at 575-542-8384 and a nurse from the NurseAdviee Hotline may answer your non-emergency health questions HIDALGO MEDICAL SERVICES 530 E. DeMoss Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 505-542-8384 Toll Free 888-271-3596 HMS is a state and federally funded organization that provides health related services to the uninsured and underinsured based on a sliding] fee scale. M/FIH!V