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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2015 Silver City welcomes WindSync in cOncert Feb. 15 Submitted by GCCCA/Silver City On Sunday, February 15, at 3:00 p.m., the innovative and en- ergetic wind quintet WindSync will appear in concert in Silver City. The matinee concert at the WNMU Fine Arts Center Theater, is being presented by the Grant County Community Concert As- sociation. This award-winning quintet of musicians from Houston has been thrilling audiences nation- wide with its fresh approach to classical music. One expects a wind quintet to sit in chairs in front of music stands reading sheet music, but WindSync takes an entirely different approach. Playing exclusively from memory, these musicians incor- porate dance, and the use of masks and costumes to present their music in a completely new way. Their unique, infectious style has been called "innovative... uncon- ventional and exciting." The members of the quintet, Garret Hudson on flute, Erin Tsai on oboe, Jack Marquardt on clari- net, Tracy Jacobson on bassoon and Anni Hochhalter on horn are all accomplished artists who have appeared with orchestras around the world. As a team, they have formed a prize-winning combina- tion that has won accolades at music festivals and concert recit- als throughout the country. For non-GCCCA subscrib- ers, tickets to the concert are $20 for adults and $5 for students to age 17 not accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Students com- ing with an adult ticket holder are admitted free of charge. Tickets can be purchased at Alotta Gelato or Western Stationers in Silver City, online at www.gccconcerts .org or in the lobby at the time of the concert. This concert also marks the kick-off of GCCCA's Early Bird sale of subscriptions to the six- concert 2015-16 season. During the Early Bird sale, adult sub- scriptions are just $45. They can be purchased at the concert or online at the website. For further information, call 538-5862 or go to www.gccc Laboratory Services Blood Drawing Station in Lordsburg at 618 South Pyramid St. Every Friday I 7am - 12pm NRCS Conservation Stewardship deadline is Feb. 27 Submitted by CENTER FOR RU- RAL AFFAIRSWashington, DC USDA's National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) re- cently announced the opening of the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) for new enroll- ments in 2015. Farmers, ranchers and foresters interested in partici- pating in the program can submit applications to NRCS through February 27, 2015 to be consid- ered in the 2015 round of rank- ing applications and awarding contracts. "The CSP is a continuous sign-up program that has periodic cut-off dates for ranking applica- tions. February 27, 2015 'isthe deadline for the coming year," said Traci Bruckner, Senior Policy Associate for Agriculture and Conservation at the Center for Rural Affairs. "Applications can be filed at your local NRCS of- rice. We know this is a very short timeline but producers just have to file a simple application by the February 27 deadline:" AS part of the CSP. applica- tion process, applicants will work with NRCS field personnel to complete a resource inventory of their land, which will help deter- mine the conservation perfor- mance for existing and new con- servation activities. Tffe applicant's conservation perfor- mance will be used to determine eligibility, ranking and payments. Contracts are awarded to those offering the highest level of en- vironmental benefits, with NRCS working down through the list of eligible applicants until acreage allocated to the particular state runs out. In addition, producers who received a CSP contract in 2011 have the opportunity to renew their contract for another five- year period. Renewal applica- tions must be received by March 31, 2015 to ensure a seamless transition into their next contract without a lapse in payments. Re- newal contracts do not compete with new applicants. According to Bruckner, the Conservation Stewardship Pro- gram is a voluntary stewardship incentives program, administered Hidalgo County. Detention Center arrest log The following individuals were booked into the Hidalgo County Detention Center in Lordsburg. 02/02/2015 @ 01:08 pm, arrested by LPD Darren Phillips age 49 Hurley NM COUNT 1: BATTERY ON A PEACE OFFICER COUNT 2: RESISTING, EVAD- ING, OR OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER COUNT 3: POSS. OF DRUG PARAPHERNAILIA COUNT 4: DISORDERLY CON- DUCT BOND: $10,000.00 CASH OR SURETY 02/04/2015 @ 02:14 pm, warrant served by HCSO Tianna Laupola age 25 Animas NM BENCH WARRANT OUT OF HIDALGO COUNTY 6TH JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH CONDI- Phone # Monday- Thursday: (575) 538-4167 option I Phone # Friday: (575) 542-3585 I Fax #: (575) 542-3126 Bring your signed doctor's order and their contact information We will accept doctor's orders from Silver City, or any other out-of-town provider We will bill your insuranceMedicareMedicaid and send the reports to your doctor's office Building the BEST Rural Hospital in America TIONS OF PROBATION. NO BOND 02/05/2015 @ 03:40 pm Juan J. Gallegos age 44 Lordsburg NM COMMITMENT ORDER OUT OF HIDALGO COUNTY 6TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT, TO SERVE (18) DAYS NO BOND 02/05/2015 @ 03:40 pm, arrested by HCSO Martin Bednorz age 19 BENCH WARRANT OUT OF GRANT COUNTY MAGIS- TRATE COURT FOR FAILURE TO COMlbLY 1,000.00 CASH ONLY 02/06/2015 @ 04:59 PM, ar- rested by HCSO Martin Santana age 40 Lordsburg NM WARRANT OUT OF OTERO COUNTY FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH CONDITIONS OF PROBATION. NO BOND 02/08/2015 @ 12:30 am, arrested by LPD ....... Joel Rodriguez age 20 BENCH WARRANT OUT OF HIDALGO COUNTY MAGIS- TRATE COURT FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR, FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH CONDITIONS OF PROBATION, FAILURE TO PROVIDE PROOF OF SCHOOL- . ING. BOND $1,691.00 CASH ONLY 02/08/2015 @ 01:40 pm, arrested . by HCSO Angela Lopez age 30 Lordsburg NM BENCH WARRANT OUT OF HIDALGO COUNTY 6TH JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT COURT, FOR FAILURE TO APPEAR 10,000 CASH ONLY 02/09/2015 @ 12:20 am, arrested by LPD Isaiah TreJo Lordsburg NM COUNT 1: AGGRAVATED AS- SAULT (WITH A DEADLY WEAPON) COUNT 2: AGGRAVATED AS- SAULT (WITH A DEADLY WEAPON) BOND: $15,000.00 CASH OR SURETY by NRCS, designed to reward farmers, ranchers, and foresters for maintaining existing conserva- tion, as well as for the adoption of additional conservation mea- sures that provide multiple envi- ronmental benefits that run be- yond the farm or ranch. This pro- gram pays producers for clean water, better soil management, improved habitat, energy effi- ciency, and other natural resource benefits. Since the program be- gan in 2009, nearly 70 million acres of farm and ranch land have been enrolled in the program. Bruckner encouraged poten- tial applicants to call the Center's Farm Bill Helpline to learn more about the application process and help uncover and overcome barriers encountered during that process by calling (402) 687- 2100 or emailing her at "The Center for Rural Affairs has a long history of assisting family farmers and ranchers ac cess farm bill programs," contin- ued Bruckner. "The Center's Farm Bill helpline provides a direct connection to Center staff with knowledge about program rules tJ help you under'stand if a par- ticular program will fit your needs." Resources are available to help producers consider the CSP and make their applications. In addition to contacting the Center's Farm Bill Helpline for additional assistance in navigat- ing the application process, ap- plication materials and informa- tion are available through the Center for Rural Affairs website, USDA's website, your local NRCS office, and the National Sustain- able Agriculture Coalition. CSP resources for farmers and ranchers: USDA's tSP website - http:// www.n, nrcs/main/national/programs/fi- nancial/csp/ Center for Rural Affairs Helpline - (402) 687-2100 or USDA ServiceCenter loca- tor - http:// app (to locate local NRCS offices Bountiful Basket program needs more participants to survive Herald staff report The Lordsburg Bountiful Basket Food Coop (BBFC) program is up and running, but without additional participants, organizers say the local site may be cancelled. The Co-op offers a conventional produce basket every other week which is generally half fruit and half veggies. The monetary contri- bution is $15.00 and )s generally worth $50.00 retail. Organic bas- kets are available. Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op was started by Sally Stevens and Tanya Jolly in May of 2006. It was a winning combination from the beginning. Tanya and Sally both had experience running their own small food co-ops thatwere not web based. As their small co-ops grew it challenged them to think of a way to keep up as more families were wanting to save money on healthy food. Adding a little bit of e- commerce technology to the mix was just the trick. Since May of 2006 BBFC has grown from 2 sites and an average of 120 families a cycle participating, to hundreds of sites in 16 states and countless participating families! The next Lordsburg pick up date is Saturday, February 21. Distri- bution is held on the east side of Hidalgo Medical Services in Lordsburg. In order to receive a basket on this date, participants must visit the website and order on Monday, February 16 after noon. Or- dering will close at 10 p.m. on February 17. For more information, or to sign up, visit www.bountifulbaskets .org or call program administrator Shannon Graham at 575-519-0361. HAPPY IST BIRTHDAY Mia Isabelb @ TIIIOHOII of 0 WE OFFE TAX PREPARATION SERVICES AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. Pi