This photo taken on Wednesday afternoon at Luna Community College, depicts recent snow fall in the area. According to Luna Community College Physical Plant Director Ron Gonzales, the college has received close to 17 inches of snow over the last week.Read Full Article.
Luna Community College freshmen pitcher Tyler McDaugle and the Rough Riders defense held Western Junior College Athletic Conference opponent Howard College to one run in game three of a four game series on Tuesday. The 3-1 victory was the lone win for the Rough Riders. They lost 5-0 in the opener, 16-1 in the second game and 8-1 in game four.
The games were originally scheduled to be played in Big Springs, Texas, but were played in Midland due to weather conditions.
“The defense played great,” said McDaugle a graduate of Farmington High. “They made a lot of good plays ...
The following are unofficial Luna Community College Board of Trustees election results. The information was obtained from San Miguel County Clerk Geraldine Gutierrez.
District 2: Michael Angelo Adams 147; Richard D. Jaramillo 47 and Tony A. Valdez 22.
District 4: Severiano Kard Sisneros III 305; Nick F. Maestas 155 and Victor R. Ramirez 7.
District 6: David Gutierrez 59.
The term for a Luna Community College Board of Trustee is six years.
Luna Community College Small Business Development Director Don Bustos talks with LCC students in the principles of management class, recently. Among the topics that Bustos covered regarding small business owners were: how to get financing, why businesses succeed or fail and the overall importance of a business plan. The principles of management class is taught by LCC School of Business Instructor Elaine Ortega.Read Full Article.
Luna Community College History Instructor Laura Gonzales-Meredith says she loves to teach. Part of teaching is lecturing and Gonzales-Meredith presented to a crowd of well over 300, recently. It took place at the New Mexico Museum of Art as part of the Las Golondrinas Winter Lecture Series. Gonzales-Meredith’s topic was “Caves, Cribs & Cathouses: How Frontier Prostitution Helped Build the West.”
“She was professional, and presented a well-documented, fascinating and sympathetic but unsentimental glimpse of this element of frontier life,” said Acequia Madre House Director Maria Huffman. “Her prepared remarks were articulate and interesting, but her unrehearsed answers to questions ...
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