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Being good at organization, connecting the dots and many things others aren’t exactly sure how to accomplish, often lands one with a vague title like “strategic support manager.” Such is the case for Anita Bringas, who currently holds the title at the University of New Mexico-Taos.
Taos Academy High School senior Elliot Molz, 17, has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. He is the only student in Taos to receive this recognition, and there are approximately 16,000 semifinalists awarded the scholarship in the country. A total of 91 students in New Mexico are semifinalists.
"A lot of them have grown up gardening at home with family members, but for most of the students this is their first time in a production kind of farm or gardening," said Nora Corbett Wicks, sustainable agriculture and leadership teacher at Vista Grande High School (VGHS).
A kind and gentle soul, passed away September 12, 2021 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was born in Amarillo, Texas and graduated from Amarillo High School. Following high school, Frank attended Princeton University, where he graduated with the Class of 1955. One of his earliest experiences at Princeton and a favorite memory, was his sighting of Albert Einstein walking down Nassau Street eating an ice cream cone and chatting with students.
At a roundtable discussion Wednesday (Sept. 8) in Española, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham expressed hope the state would become a leader in the national dialogue on free college and be a place where anyone could pursue a degree with few barriers.
At the age of 101, Virgil Martinez of Questa, NM, went to be with the Lord, August 28, 2021. Virgil was a kindhearted Christian man, devoted husband, loving father, grandfather, and great grandfather. The Celebration of Life service will be held at the Living Word Ministries, 12 Llano Rd., Questa, NM, September 16, at 6PM. The viewing will be at 5:30PM.
Dr. Alfredo Vigil announced he would retire from his medical practice after serving the Northern New Mexico community for 40 years. As a doctor, administrator, educator and cabinet secretary, he said he always tried to maintain a caring, human approach to his work.
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