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Today's Features

  • TODAY HOY
    • New Mexico Parent Teacher Association and New Mexico Public Education Department Community Education Initiatives Forum, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 25 at room 100 in Sininger Hall on the NMHU campus. The forum is an open dialogue focussing on the state’s education initiatives.

    TUESDAY MARTES

  • Below are some of the government agencies, banks and schools that will be closed on Monday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

  • TODAY HOY
    • Merry Christmas Pageant to benefit John, Paul, Ashley, Cheyenne and Savannah Lujan who lost their home and belongings to a fire, Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Abe Montoya Recreation Center. Pageant entry is $50 per contestant and the deadline for entry is Friday, Nov. 22. Children from 6 months to 12 years old are eligible to participate. For more information, contact Shannon Saiz at 429-5803 or by e-mail at mantha1krysten@yahoo.com.

    SATURDAY SÁBADO

  • By Margaret McKinney
    Highlands University

    The New Mexico Highlands University Music Technology Program presents an Original Music Concert at 7 p.m. tonight (Friday) in  Ilfeld Auditorium, 900 University Ave.

    Students will showcase their original music in a wide variety of styles, including alternative, dubstep, hip-hop, rock, metal and more.  

    Department of Music professor Edward Harrington directs the Music Technology Program.

  • By Margaret McKinney
    Highlands University
    Elizabeth Orem’s book, A Fine Frenzy — New Mexico Highlands University Artists and Teachers in the 1960s, chronicles the visual arts renaissance in this era and is available through the university’s Foundation.
    All proceeds from the sale of the book will be used for scholarships for Highlands art students, awarded through the Foundation.

  • Zack Montoya, life- long resident of Wagon Mound, currently living in Albuquerque, celebrated his 100th birthday on this month. It was a grand birthday party with almost 200 family and close friends. Attendees came from as far as Hawaii, Tennessee, California, Colorado, Washington State and many communities of New Mexico.

  • COMMUNITY CALENDAR

    Monday
    4 p.m. — Mora Middle School Rangerettes basketball vs. West Las Vegas, away, 7th & 8th
    Friday
    5 p.m. — Mora High School Rangerettes basketball vs. Tucumcari, away, junior varsity and varsity
    5 p.m. — Mora High School Rangers basketball vs. West LasVegas, home, junior varsity and varsity

    SENIOR LUNCH MENU

    The lunch menu for the Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers with coffee and milk served daily.

  • My days spent way out in our mountains are never the same. One thing leads to another, and the story pops into my head. I discovered the so necessary candied fruits for fruitcakes are now for sale in our grocery stores. No, I don’t make fruitcakes any more, but I do enjoy eating same. Then I read in the newspaper that a Russian satellite is breaking apart and will soon drop on our good earth, in pieces, no less. Apparently it did no damage when it landed.

  • TODAY HOY
    • Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance is holding a discussion about “Practical Solutions for Drought: Water Catchment in Rural and Urban Areas” by Aaron Kauffman of Southwest Urban Hydrology, from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20 in Lora Shields Room 215 on the NMHU campus.
    • The Luna Community College Board of Trustees meeting has been rescheduled to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 20 in the college’s student services board room on the main campus.

  • TUESDAY MARTES
    • Tierra y Montes Soil and Water Conservation District monthly board meeting, 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at the U.S. Forest Service building on Seventh Street. For more information, call 425-9088.
    • Free showing of the documentary “Made in New Mexico,” 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the new NMHU Student Union Building theater. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, contact Pam Resendiz at 505-243-6529.

    WEDNESDAY MIERCOLES