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Join Rotary at polio eradication fundraiser Oct. 24

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October 18, 2017 • Inspiration

In November 1955, the Cleveland Plain Dealer ran a story with this as a lead paragraph: 39-year-old mother of three young children contracts Poliomyelitis. Lois Sabo Wilson was the eldest of those three children. She had no idea how her life would change because of what polio did to her mother and consequently, to her… Read More ›

People »

Jessica Johnsen Will be Latina Technology Ambassador

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Article and photo courtesy of NMHU Office of University Relations A New Mexico Highlands University computer science faculty member will be an ambassador for increasing the number of Latina women in technology. TECHNOLOchicas, an initiative of the National Center for Women and Information Technology, chose Jessica Johnsen for the honor. “I recommend exploring careers in… Read More ›

Entertainment »

Q&A: Tenor Marcos Vigil

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Hometown favorite returns for September Songs Tenor Marcos Vigil holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from New Mexico State University and a Master’s Degree and a Professional Studies Certificate from the Manhattan School of Music. A Las Vegas, N.M. native, he comes back frequently to add his voice to the creative musical offerings performed locally…. Read More ›

Health »

The purpose of purpose

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In a recent study, researchers at University College London found that, for people over the age of 65, a sense of purpose and overall well-being meant that they were 30 percent less likely to die over a period of eight and a half years. This study followed over 9,000 English people and found that, at… Read More ›

Enrichment »

Healing in forgiveness

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And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him. 1 John 4:16 (KJV) Forgive and forget. The forget part is hard. We mull over disappointment, wrongs done to us, wrongs we have done to others…. Read More ›

Lifestyle »

Rooting for Potatoes

(1) Tasty root veggies with chicken

The Spud Makes A Comeback (NewsUSA) – Forget low-carb diets and Atkins; those sweet, succulent spuds are once again finding their place among meat and vegetables at the dinner table. To celebrate its return to center stage, Kita Roberta of Girl Carnivore is recognizing the health benefits of a plant-based diet, while still including your… Read More ›

Inspiration »

Join Rotary at polio eradication fundraiser Oct. 24

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In November 1955, the Cleveland Plain Dealer ran a story with this as a lead paragraph: 39-year-old mother of three young children contracts Poliomyelitis. Lois Sabo Wilson was the eldest of those three children. She had no idea how her life would change because of what polio did to her mother and consequently, to her… Read More ›

Business »

Write Stuff Newsletter:

Business Opportunity

Business development and planning You’ve decided to go into business for yourself. Congratulations. Now what? There are dozens upon dozens upon hundreds of websites that will tell you how to go into business. Many of them are advertising sites that lure you into trying their particular method. Most are targeted toward already successful businesses looking… Read More ›

Las Vegas »

Out and About in Las Vegas

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A tiny overview of the 2016 Places With a Past Tour in pictures, with a comment or two… NOTE: Apologies to readers. My first post of this was weird in ways I can’t explain, so I took it down, not realizing there would be a post with links to the “site that is no more”…. Read More ›

My Town »

Artists provide support for critical animal welfare organization

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Since 2013, Animal Welfare Coalition has contracted with the City of Las Vegas and the County of San Miguel to run the pet center in Las Vegas at 1680 Grand Ave. Animal control officers and citizens bring stray animals into the shelter. Many are malnourished, sick, or injured. Few have licenses, proof of rabies vaccinations,… Read More ›

News »

A taste of Thailand with a NM twist

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This Thai grilled chicken brings a delicious combination of citrus flavor, cilantro and spice to chicken. I suggest serving it with some green chiles, roasted on the grill, and with rice. Make sure to marinate the chicken for at least three hours, if not overnight. (Photo by Wheeler Cowperthwaite, Rio Grande Sun) ESPANOLA — Summertime… Read More ›

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