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  • Kanode receives certification

    Submitted to the Optic

    Bradley Kanode, M.D., of Las Vegas, successfully completed the requirements to maintain Board Certification in Internal Medicine from the American Board of Internal Medicine last month.

    Although board certification is voluntary, the practice of medicine changes rapidly and it has become essential for doctors to stay current in the diagnosis and treatment of patients in order to provide high quality care, according to a news release from Kanode’s office.

  • The amazing Azure
  • Missoula coming to town

    Summer in Las Vegas would not be complete without the Missoula Children’s Theatre.

    This year they will be bringing their touring production of The Princess and the Pea.

    Local children from the first through 12th grades may audition for the play. The group is scheduled for July 11 through 16.

    Auditions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Monday, July 11 at Ilfeld Auditorium. If cast, children will be allowed a short lunch break (on their own), and rehearsals will begin at 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.

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  • Fiesta entertainment
  • Campbell named award winner

    Submitted to the Optic

    When Alta Vista Regional Hospital asked former patients to nominate exceptional nurses who exceeded expectations, the community responded.
    The Patient Choice Award recognizes the quality care, comfort and compassion offered by the nurses at Alta Vista Regional Hospital, and honors one nurse in particular. As part of National Nurse’s Week, May 6-12, JoAnn Campbell, RN, was presented with the award at a hospital ceremony.

  • Birthday celebration
  • MMS bands to host concert

    The Memorial Middle School Bands will be host to a Spring Concert at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24 at the Memorial Middle School gymnasium.

    Performances begin with a combination of students from Sierra Vista, Los Niños, and Legion Park Elementary schools.

    Also performing is the Memorial Middle School sixth grade band and the concert will culminate with Memorial’s more advanced band.

  • Wid Slick, MainStreet group to be recognized

    Submitted to the Optic

    Friday the 13th is a lucky day for 19 individuals and organizations who will receive Heritage Preservation Awards from the state Cultural Properties Review Committee in Santa Fe.
    The New Mexico Historic Preservation Division, of the Department of Cultural Affairs today released the 2011 award winners.

  • Ranger Camps taking registrations

    Fort Union National Monument will host two all-day Junior Ranger Camps beginning at 10 a.m. and ending at 4 p.m on Thursday, June 9 and Friday, June 10.

    For children ages 7-12, the camps will introduce youngsters to the diverse history and natural splendor of Fort Union through hands-on games, activities, and ranger led programs. The June 9 Junior Ranger Camp is geared for children ages seven to nine and the June 10th camp is geared for children ages ten to 12. Both camps are free of charge.