|NMHU's Topal wins national triple jump title|
By Clayton Jones, Highlands Univ. Sports Information
|Boulder singing group to perform in Vegas|
Sound Circle is Boulder, Colo.s 19-voice women’s a cappella ensemble directed by Sue Coffee. Singing together for 25 years, Sound Circle offers music that speaks of the singers’ experience of the world.
For their first appearance in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 1, 4 p.m., at the First United Presbyterian Church on Douglas Avenue in Las Vegas, Sound Circle will perform “The Little Road: Songs of Journey and Home.”
|Jail Log, Sunday's Optic, May 26, 2019|
The following individuals were booked into the San Miguel County Detention Center between May 15 and May 22, 2019:
Juliette Ulibarri, Larceny (Over $500 But Not More Than $2,500); Bench Warrant Failure To Appear/Failure To Pay, Two Counts.
Ashlee Lucero, Bench Warrant Fta/Ftp, Three Counts.
Phillip Romero, Confinement Order.
|Settlements prompt review of New Mexico’s legal system|
The Associated Press
SANTA FE — Questions about $1.7 million in payouts by New Mexico to settle legal claims have prompted a review of policies and procedures regarding such agreements.
|West students meet with renowned poet at NMHU|
World-renowned poet and author Jimmy Santiago Baca taught a writing workshop to 100 West Las Vegas High School students May 6 at New Mexico Highlands University.
|Luis E. Armijo Elementary April 2019 Students of Month|
Here are the Luis E. Armijo Elementary April 2019 Students of Month.
|Luna CC collision repair benefits from software upgrade|
Luna Automotive Collision Repair Technology Instructor Anthony Baca, left, talks with Car-O-Liner representative Bob Hefty.
Hefty recently visited the Luna campus to install a software upgrade for use in the college’s automotive collision repair technology program.