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Ryan Trujillo and Kaylee Chavez grew up together battling against each other on a backyard basketball hoop, and those countless hours spent with one another certainly paid off by the end of their high school careers. Taking part in watching the Española Valley High School boys or girls basketball teams this season would almost guarantee two things on any given night: seniors Trujillo and Chavez lighting up the scoring column and taking control of the game while leading their teams.
A retired engineer has turned his talents to carving miniature vehicles in amazing, miniscule
detail. Charles Scott, or “Charlie” as he is known to his friends, lived most of early life in the arid Southwest.
Though born in Missouri, his family moved to New Mexico when he was 4 years old to alleviate his childhood
asthma. He grew up in New Mexico and received his degree in electrical engineering at New Mexico State
University. Scott, 70, went to work in electric utilities in 1972 and traveled around the country. He built power
plants in Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia and Costa Rica.
BHP says it has partnered with the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to work with local universities to find a sustainable way to both clean up legacy mining impacts and develop biomass to be used as feedstock for biofuels from these impacted lands and water.