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2:37 pm
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 04/04/1998: Kevin Bixby

Carrie talks to the director of the Southwest Environmental Center about nature and the importance of its preservation.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 04/04/1998

Kevin Bixby, director of the Southwest Environmental Center, talking about how nature has always been a part of his life, why he fights for the preservation of the animals and natural resources in the area. What he hopes SWEC will be able to do in this area and some of the challenges.

Commentator: Mike Clifford

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1:02 pm
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 01/30/1999: Jay Glickman

Carrie talks to Jay Glickman the publisher of Desert Exposure about putting out a free monthly.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 01/30/1999

Talking about how he puts out a free monthly, what he ahs to go through to get it out and how he has no experience in journalism.

Commentator: Sunny Conley

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1:01 pm
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 01/23/1999: Virginia Ness

Carrie talks to Virginia Ness the Director for the Chamizal National Memorial about the Border Folk Festival.

Las Cruces, New Mexico – First Aired 01/23/1999

Talking about the Chamizal, Border Folk Festival, Siglo de Oro and all sorts of good stuff.

Commentator: Leora Zeitlin

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12:59 pm
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 01/02/1999: Robert Carlson

Carrie talks to painter Robert Carlson about his work.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 01/02/1999

Talking about how he paints, where his ideas come from and what he thinks of his work.

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11:54 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Money Withheld From Sunland Park

Las Cruces, NM – The State Government decided to withhold money from the City of Sunland Park intended for developement projects. As KRWG's Marco Grajeda reports the Mayor of Sunland Park views this as retaliation stemming from a democratic decision by the City Council.

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11:38 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 03/14/1998: Carol McCall

Carrie talks to Carol McCall, president of Keep Las Cruces Beautiful and her experience in film.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 3/14/1998

Carol McCall, the director of Keep Las Cruces Beautiful and president of the MVFS Board of Directors. She talked about her experience in film, her interest in classic films and those of all genres, her attempts at finding new ways to keep the litter off the streets and what she still feels needs to be done.

Commentator: Bill Vuroala (Alomogordo Community Theatre: The authentic life of Billy the Kid)

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11:10 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 01/31/1997: Ceil Herman

Carrie talks with Ceil Herman, a retiring NMSU Professor about her theatrical future.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 01/31/1997

Ceil Herman, retiring NMSU professor who is expanding and advancing her

career in directing. She's retiring from the university to get more involved in the theater scene here in town. She talks about her past

history in theater and what she wants to do in her theatrical future.

Commentator: Leora Zeitlin (Dirty Laundry- Miriam Sagen)

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10:55 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 03/21/1998: Sister Anna Waldschmidt

Carrie interviews sister Annna Waldschmidt the Executive Director of Jardin de los Ninos about her experiences.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 3/21/1998

Sister Anna Waldschmidt, Executive Director of Jardin de los Ninos. On the show, she talks about her upbringing of helping people in need. She talked about the experiences that resulted in her coming to Las Cruces and Jardin de Los Ninos. She talked about the challenges of trying to take care of a population that needs it with little resources and many obstacles.

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10:54 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 02/06/1999: Ellen Campbell

Carrie talks to Ellen Campbell, Interim Director of the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum about how she got started.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 02/06/1999

Talking about how much effort it takes to run a museum, how she got started, how the idea developed, etc.

Commentator: Jackye Meinecke

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10:12 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 03/28/1998: Sue Brown

Carrie talks to the Director for Learning Assistance, Sue Brown about her daughter.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 03/28/1998

Sue Brown, director of the Center for Learning Assistance and President of PFLAG (Parents, Friends and Families of Lesbians and Gays). She talked about knowing her daughter was gay, neglecting the signs, why she felt it necessary to start a PFLAG chapter in Las Cruces and what she hopes it would accomplish.

Commentator: Sunny Conley (Tiffany's and Lemongrass)

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9:58 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 02/14/1998: Kevin Wilson

Carrie interviews builder Kevin Wilson about the challenges of building a straw bale house.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 02/14/1998

Builder Kevin Wilson. He was the first builder to construct a straw bale house in the county. Kevin talks about the challenges of building such a house, the things to consider and how it provides for more efficient heating and cooling. He also talked about how much he learned in this process.

Commentator: Bill Vuroala (LCCT's Crimes of Heart)

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9:17 am
Wed August 4, 2004

Images 02/18/1998: William Conroy

Carrie talks to interim NMSU President, William Conroy about NMSU.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 02/18/1998

Interim NMSU President William Conroy. He talked about his years at NMSU, what he has seen change, what he hopes to have accomplished while his interim, and the future of NMSU.

Commentator: Sunny Conley (El Comedor)


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9:09 am
Wed August 4, 2004

State Inspectors At Sunland Park Landfill

Las Cruces, NM – The Governor ordered inspectors from the State Environment Department to search through waste coming in to the Camino Real landfill in search of hazardous material. As Marco Grajeda reports the Department Manager for the landfill is confident they are only being used as an example to other landfills.

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9:03 am
Wed August 4, 2004

City Pays Newspaper's Legal Fees

Las Cruces – The Las Cruces City Council has voted to pay the Las Cruces Sun-News for its legal fees. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky explains why.

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3:44 pm
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 10/26/1997: Denise Chavez

Carrie interviews local writer Denise Chavez.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 10/26/1997

Denise Chavez, Author, Talking about her writing, her history in the area and her upcoming book "Loving Pedro Infante."

Commentator: Sunny Conley

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2:11 pm
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 1/17/1998: Coach Lou Henson

Carrie talks to NMSU Basketball Coach Lou Henson, about his hopes with current players.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 01/17/1998

NMSU Basketball Coach Lou Henson. He talked about his time in Indiana,

his time previously at NMSU and how glad he is to be back. He talks

about his hopes with the current players.

Commentator: Michael Clifford

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1:56 pm
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 11/08/1997: Chris Good

Carrie talks with Chris Good of the City of Las Cruces.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 11/8/1997

Public Information Officer for the City of Las Cruces, Chris Good. He talked about playing music, learning the insides of government politics, and how to handle the public.

Commentator: Michael Clifford

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12:05 pm
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 12/20/1997: Louanne Johnson

Carrie talks with Louanne Johnson about her book.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 12/20/1997

Louanne Johnson, author and educator. Her book, ?My posse dont do homework? was the inspiration for the film ?Dangerous Minds.? She talked about the kids she?s encountered, the struggles of teaching challenging barrio kids and what she gets out of it.

Commentator: Leora Zeitlin

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11:33 am
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 01/03/1998: Christina Trowbridge

Carrie talks to Christina Trowbridge, the Director of the Natural History Museum.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 01/03/1998

Christina Trowbridge, director of the Natural History Museum at the Mesilla Valley Mall. She talked about her history with art exhibits, how she came to Las Cruces, her focus with the museum and its importance in the community.

Commentator: Sunny Conley (Sky's the Limit, Las Trancas, The Gadsden Purchase)

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11:30 am
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 11/22/1997: Juanita Fisher

Carrie interviews Juanita Fisher, founder of Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 11/22/1997

Juanita Fisher, founder of the Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary in Las Cruces. She talked about having a no-kill place for stray animals, talked about what it was like to get it started and the future for the animals.

Commentator: Leora Zeitlin

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11:21 am
Tue August 3, 2004

Images 12/06/1997: Mayor Rueben Smith

Carrie interviews Mayor Rueben Smith about his family and the city.

Las Cruces, NM – First Aired 12/6/1997

Las Cruces Mayor Rueben Smith. He talked about the history of his family, what Las Cruces means to him and how he sees the city growing.

Commentator: Michael Clifford

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12:53 pm
Mon August 2, 2004

Infant Dies in Abuse Case

Las Cruces – Police are investigating the death of 15-month-old Uriah Vasquez who died as a result of child abuse. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky has the details.

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7:42 pm
Sat July 31, 2004

Vision: Population, Pollution, Water, and Crime: Growth in the Borderland

Las Cruces, NM – New Mexico State University Economics Professor Chris Ericson talks with Vision about urban growth and its environmental impacts on the border region. El Tratado De La Mesilla Committee Chair Chris Alexander speaks with Emily Guerra about the Gadsden Purchase and its effects on the border region 150 years after its ratification.

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10:26 am
Fri July 30, 2004

Bus Shelters Recovered After 10 Years

Las Cruces – Numerous bus stop shelters were found in a storage space at Apodaca Park. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky explains what the city is going to do with them.

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4:23 pm
Thu July 29, 2004

Crime can be reduced if people are not hungry. (Part 2)

Las Cruces, NM – A Las Cruces policewoman says, when children are not hungry, the crime rate can go down. Bob Mitchell reports in this second part of a series on hunger in Dona Ana County.

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3:07 pm
Thu July 29, 2004

Terror Threat in N.M.

Las Cruces – The F.B.I. has put local law enforcement on a terror watch. KRWG's Lindsey Bilovesky has the details.

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2:47 pm
Thu July 29, 2004

Several factors contribute to the elderly not getting adequate nutrition. (Part 3)

Las Cruces, NM – In February 2003, the Center on Hunger and Poverty at Brandeis University published a report in which researchers found that several factors contribute to the problem of the elderly in the U.S. not getting adequate nutrition. The high cost of health care, a lack of resources, social isolation and the inability to acquire, prepare or eat food without assistance are some of the factors. Bob Mitchell has this third part of a series on hunger in Dona Ana County.

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11:51 am
Thu July 29, 2004

What happens to people who cannot make it to social service agencies for their food? (Part 4)

Las Cruces, NM – A variety of social services exists throughout Dona Ana County for people who need food, but oftentimes, the person in need of food cannot physically make it to these agencies. What happens then? Bob Mitchell examines that question in this fourth part of a series on hunger in Dona Ana County.

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11:09 am
Thu July 29, 2004

Hunger is a year-round problem in Dona Ana County (Part 1)

Las Cruces, NM – Hunger is a problem that gets attention over the holidays, but that exists all year long. In this first part of a series on hunger in Dona Ana County, Bob Mitchell looks at the hungry - and the poor.

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9:02 am
Thu July 29, 2004

A Las Cruces man is leading the charge to ensure that the people who live in colonias do not go hungry. (Part 5)

Las Cruces, NM – Dona Ana County has 38 colonias - more colonias than any other county in New Mexico. Besides not having water or wastewater systems, paved and lighted roadways, adequate housing, adequate transportation and parks, many of the residents also don't have enough to eat. In this final segment of a series about hunger in Dona Ana County, Bob Mitchell reports on a man who frequently volunteers his time to take food to the residents of colonias.

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