Dr. John W. Hernandez, a retired professor of Civil Engineering at New Mexico State University died in Las Cruces, June 28 at the age of 88.
Donald T. Lopez, elected seven times as trustee for the Village of Los Ranchos, has been named by the board of trustees to serve as mayor, filling the unexpired term of the late Mayor Larry Abraham, who died suddenly last month.
A 20-year dream was realized for Kade Elkin Brewing Company in May.
IEE, manufacturer of enhanced displays for military and industrial applications, has tapped John Borrego as Director of Operations. Mr. Borrego comes to IEE with eleven years of experience in engineering and operations, ranging from executive leadership in electronics manufacturing to welding for in-space applications.
Weyman Hartley went home to his Lord and beloved wife Gretchen, Monday the 30th of July 2018.
As we begin another academic year, it is important to remember during the beginning-of-semester excitement that many students will not be returning to campus to complete their studies. Retention can be a problem for universities, specifically for those students who have been traditionally underserved. The Education Department reports that one-third of first-generation college students leave school, compared to one-quarter of classmates whose parents have university degrees.
College students Tyler Mobraten, Lucas Montoya and Preston Torres are taking their education out of the classroom and into the workplace.
All three are serving summer internships with the Los Alamos County Department of Public Utilities. Their internships began June 4 and run through Aug.1.