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Laurino Arvizo oversees horses that cross the Mexico-New Mexico border at Santa Teresa. According to a 2011 audit, nearly 20,000 live horses presented at the border for import were rejected. (Roberto E. Rosales / Of the Journal)

Slaughter or starvation

LAS CRUCES – When Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation in late March lifting that st …

Ex-inspector has concerns about horse slaughter plan

Former U.S. Department of Agriculture inspector and horse race veterinarian Lester Friedlander, who has seen thousands of cows butchered over the years, has major reservations about plans to begin slaughtering horses in a Roswell plant.

NMSU students, faculty slam football

LAS CRUCES – Members of the New Mexico State University community are pushing back against Rege …

Wandering wolf captured again

LAS CRUCES — Federal officials have captured a recently released male Mexican gray wolf for th …

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