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  1. Shedding light on Round MountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ruidoso News

    A shaft of light hits Round Mountain and the cross at the top just south of Mescalero. A shaft of light hits Round Mountain and the cross at the top just south of Mescalero.

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  2. Mescalero memories live in the Blazer houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Ruidoso News

    One of the most compelling structures visible from U.S. 70 on the Mescalero Apache Reservation southwest of Ruidoso is the old Blazer house, an adobe and stone structure that withstood the constant assault of weather and the occasional invasion of vandals. Art "Butch" Blazer, a former tribal council member, New Mexico's first Native American state forester and now deputy undersecretary of natural resources and environment for the U.S. Department of Agriculture based in Washington D.C., said as he understands the history of the structure, his great grandfather lived there.

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  3. Lincoln County Food Bank helps 300 people a month, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Ruidoso News

    Lincoln County Food Bank volunteer Cindy Long stocks shelves at the food bank located at the First Baptist Church in Ruidoso Downs. For almost 20 years the Lincoln County Food Bank has been providing people in the area with food, supplementing families and individuals with much needed sustenance, helping them get through the months.

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  4. Mescalero's St. Joseph not in danger, officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Ruidoso News

    The restoration of the massive St. Joseph Apache Mission stone structure took 14 years and a few projects still remain. When members of St. Joseph Apache Mission heard Sunday that the majority of staff people were being terminated, they were confused and worried about the future of the historic structure and its service to the Catholic community in Mescalero.

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  5. ENMU-Ruidoso: Apache 8 documentary explores hardships of female wildland firefightersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Ruidoso News

    Erica Enjady, BIA Forest Manager, presented the documentary "Apache 8" to a crowd of approximately 25 people at ENMU-Ruidoso on Monday as part of the college's Native Ameican Week activities. Erica Enjady, BIA Forest Manager, presented the documentary "Apache 8" to a crowd of approximately 25 people at ENMU-Ruidoso on Monday.

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  6. Assisted living center permit pulled in RuidosoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 10 | Ruidoso News

    The lot marked for an assisted living center backs up to a lodge at the entrance to Upper Canyon. A building permit was pulled this year to begin construction on a 15-bed assisted living complex at 108 Vision Drive near the entrance to the Upper Canyon area of Ruidoso.

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  7. Mescalero students participate in Albuquerque culinary eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Ruidoso News

    Mescalero High School culinary arts program students Eric Shanta, Alex Kazhe-Kirgan, Emma Allard and Shantel Sosa participate in The New Mexico ProState Invitational. Students from Mescalero High School competed with 16 other schools from across the state for $1.8 million in scholarships during a culinary event in Albuquerque last week.

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  8. Mescalero students pray blessings on their people and their schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 8 | Ruidoso News

    Mescalero students, pre-K through high school, prayed blessings and ran a relay around and through the Mescalero Apache reservation on Thursday for their annual Blessing Run. Mescalero students from pre-K to high school prayed blessings on their people, their school and their educators on Thursday during the 20th annual Blessing Run.

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  9. Apache Eagle ZipRider provides exhilarating ride, spectacular viewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Ruidoso News

    The Apache Eagle ZipRider at Inn of the Mountain Gods starts at an elevation of 7,185 feet and takes riders across 2,668 feet at speeds up to 55 mph. The ZipRider is open year-round weather permitting.

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  10. Lake Mescalero: Not all coots are oldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Ruidoso News

    Unlike the webbed feet of ducks, American coots have broad, lobed scales on their lower legs and toes that fold back with each step in order to facilitate walking on dry land. The American coot is a migratory bird that occupies most of North America.

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  11. Lake Mescalero, great for finding a fish or twoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Ruidoso News

    Elva K. Osterreich - Ruidoso News Michael Lucero and Nichelle Lucero of Santa Fe take to the shores of Lake Mescalero to try their luck at getting a bite Monday afternoon. Michael and Nichelle are spending time in the area during Spring Break.

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  12. Soles 4 Souls puts treads on little feet in RuidosoRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    First Baptist Church of Ruidoso is collecting new shoes for area children in need as part of its Soles 4 Souls program. First Baptist Church of Ruidoso is making sure area kids have shoes on their feet to keep them moving in the right direction.

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  13. Mescalero gaming coordinator: Gambling addiction equal to addictions to alcohol or drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    Before you roll the dice or hit the "bet max" button on the slots, it may pay to think twice. Whether it's alcohol, drugs or gambling, addiction is a brutal task master, and according to experts, a gambling addiction can be just as tough to kick as any other addiction.

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  14. Mescalero Tribal Council member suspendedRead the original story

    Mar 19, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    Mescalero Apache Tribal Council member Ben Martinez was recently suspended from his position because of allegations that he abused the power of his position. Martinez said in a statement that he is looking forward to "a prompt resolution."

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  15. Mescalero's Joe Little Sworn in as judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    Joseph Little is sworn in as tribal chief judge for the Mescalero Apache Tribe on March 16. The tribal court on the Mescalero reservation handles minor criminal incidents and civil cases. Judges serve two-year terms and are appointed by the tribal president and council.

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  16. Church in the valley of BentRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    A large white cross marking the cemetery at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church near Bent brings home the message of faith. Our Lady of Guadalupe, the exquisite small church, is worth a visit.

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  17. Optimist Club seeking scholarship applicants by April 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    The Optimist Club of Ruidoso is seeking applicants for its annual graduating high school senior and ENMURuidoso scholarship program by the application deadline of April 30. Application forms are available at all high school counseling offices in Lincoln County and Mescalero, and at the ENMU-Ruidoso Foundation office. Four high school scholarships, a new vocational/technical scholarship, and one scholarship specifically for a student attending ENMU-Ruidoso will be awarded.

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  18. Apache Alliance: Mescalero official elected to coalition leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    On Feb. 27 Ben Martinez was appointed treasurer of the Apache Alliance during the organization's board of directors meeting held in Scottsdale, Ariz., replacing Dr. John Bush who resigned. Martinez was elected to his second term on the Mescalero Apache Tribal Council in November of 2014 Martinez will be joining the Apache Alliance leadership which includes: Alliance President Ronnie Lupe of the White Mountain Apache; Vice President Jeff Haouzous of the Fort Sill Apache; Secretary Stanley Montoya of the Jicarilla Apache; and Sergeant at Arms Levi Pesata of the Jicarilla Apache.

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  19. ENMU-Ruidoso student returns to offer insight into four-year collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    Courtesy From left, Matthew Gonzales talks with Bill Hornsby from the Mescalero Bureau of Indian Affairs at the watershed conference, Friday. Matthew Gonzales, ENMU-Ruidoso graduate, came home to attend the watershed conference Friday.

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  20. Keithley's Korner: Where's Waldo? Up on the mountain at Ski ApacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2015 | Ruidoso News

    So, what is the Ski Apache marketing department telling the Texans here for spring break? Let's ask Myranda Waldo, one of the folks in charge of keeping guests happy while they are herding their kids around the mountain all this week. "I guess the message is to 'soak in the moment,'" Myranda said.

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