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Luna Community College’s main campus to be closed on Friday, March 27

Published: Thursday - March 26, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

Luna Community College’s main campus in Las Vegas will be closed on Friday, March 27 due to a water system upgrade the City of Las Vegas will be doing. Online classes will continue Friday as scheduled.

The main campus will re-open on Saturday, March 28 for regular scheduled classes and events. The Santa Rosa and Springer Satellites and the Mora Site will remain open as scheduled on Friday.

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LCC students Domonic Lopez, Amberlyn Sena and Santiago Sena will be competing in the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition in Albuquerque

Published: Thursday - March 26, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

Luna Community College students Domonic Lopez, Amberlyn Sena and Santiago Sena will be competing in the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition in Albuquerque from Wednesday, April 8 through Friday, April 10 in Albuquerque. Lopez and Santiago Sena will be competing in the Automotive Service Technology category and Amberlynn Sena will be competing in Job Interview category. Santiago Sena took first place last year in the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition. The winner in each division goes on to the National SkillsUSA Competition in Kansas City in June.

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*LCC Culinary Arts students Steven Armijo and Kendrick Martinez will be competing in the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition in Albuquerque.

Published: Wednesday - March 25, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

*Luna Community College Culinary Arts students Steven Armijo and Kendrick
Martinez will be competing in the New Mexico SkillsUSA competition on
Thursday, April 9 in Albuquerque. Both Armijo and Martinez will display
knife skills and chicken fabrication as well as present a four course meal.
Armijo is a native of Las Vegas and Martinez is a native of Mora. **SkillsUSA
is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers along with high
school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade,
technical and skilled service occupations including health occupations. The
winner in each division goes on to the National SkillsUSA ...

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*LCC Cosmetology students will be competing at the New Mexico SkillsUSA Competition from April 8 through April 11 in Albuquerque.

Published: Wednesday - March 25, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

*Luna Community College Cosmetology students will be competing at the New
Mexico SkillsUSA Competition from April 8 through April 11 in Albuquerque.
Pictured (l-r) are: Iisha Trujillo, Instructor Clarice Bonney, Katrina
Gonzales, Lexi Trujillo and Christine Romero. Iisha Trujillo and Gonzales
will be competing in the hair cosmetology category, Lexi Trujillo will be a
delegate and Romero will be a nail model. Not pictured are Melissa Serna
and Elena Encinias. Serna will be competing in the nail technician category
and Encinias is a delegate. The winner in each each category will compete
at the SkillsUSA National Championships in June in ...

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Rough Riders hang tough, lose four to Midland College

Published: Wednesday - March 25, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

Although the Luna Community College Rough Rider baseball team competed well, they dropped four games to a tough Midland College on the road over the weekend.

“They are the back-to-back Regional 5 winners,” said Luna Community College Head Coach Antonio Siqueiros. “We hit the ball well, but couldn’t score the runs we needed.”

Midland won the four games by scores of 5-3, 8-0, 11-9 and 10-6.

“We didn’t have the clutch hits and gave up a lot of walks,” said Siqueiros. “Both teams played very well.”

The Rough Riders are 7-18 overall and 2-10 in the Western Junior ...

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Viles Foundation offering scholarships to students who lost parent in the last five years

Published: Monday - March 23, 2015 | Jesse Gallegos

The Viles Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications from students who have lost a parent within the last five years after graduating from high school. This category of applicants must be attending a two or four year college and must have also graduated from one of the qualifying high schools in San Miguel and Mora County: Robertson High, West Las Vegas High, Mora High, Pecos High and Wagon Mound High. The Viles Foundation will be accepting applications through April 2, 2015.

The application can be obtained from the following Website: www.vilesfoundation.org. Should any potential applicant or the surviving ...

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