The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Action Group meets 2-3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center, 1101 Bathtub Row.
Jordan Sykes of Abbott/St. Jude Medical, will discuss a new product for Deep Brain Stimulation.
The answer lies deep in the brain.
Think of the human brain as a billion-person orchestra with every neuron playing in harmony to coordinate the body’s movement. Now, imagine some of these neurons playing out of tune, resulting in uncontrollable tremors, making even simple, everyday activities difficult and sometimes seemingly impossible. It’s a daily battle faced by more than 10 million people with Parkinson’s.&n
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Summer has officially come to an end for local youth, and the Chartwells Summer Youth Food Program was another success.
The program completed its second year, under the direction of Chef Laurence Pena, Director of Dining Services. The work had the support from Los Alamos Public Schools, under the New Mexico CYFD, and funded by the USDA.
The success was seen by almost 275 youth attending
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A few weeks ago, at a Friday summer concert, I recognized a social studies teacher from the high school I used to work with, Johnathan Lathrop.
I always remember something he did years ago at a staff meeting. At this meeting, he had written the name of every student on a piece of paper and each piece of paper was taped to a table. This activity was inspired by one of the 40 developmental assets, a framework of preventative measures, positive experiences, and qualities that young people need to grow up healthy, caring, and responsible (link).
At this staff
Results from the “Little Shops” community survey will be announced at a special meeting hosted by the Discoveries Action Team (DAT) at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 12 in Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 1000 Central Ave.
DAT volunteers would like to invite potential vendors to the meeting to see if they would like to participate in a pop-up event to test the sale of their products, and set a date.
Interested parties are asked to attend the meeting.
For more information, email Diana Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SANTA FE – Although the forest-wide numbers have improved over the summer season, fire staff on the Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) found at least a dozen abandoned campfires over the Labor Day weekend, bringing the year’s total for that one district alone to a whopping 164 abandoned campfires.
“And that’s 164 unnecessary opportunities for a wildfire to get out of control and threaten firefighter and public safety,” Jemez District Ranger Brian Riley said. “Someone’s carelessness puts lives, property and natural resources at unnecessary risk.”
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The community is invited to the re-opening of Rio Grande Orthodontics underway today until 4:30 p.m. at 3250 Trinity Dr. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com
Michael Kellet samples the food at the re-opening of Rio Grande Orthodontics underway today until 4:30 p.m. at 3250 Trinity Dr. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com
Dr. Ryan Gardiner and Dental Assistant Karina Tavarez with patient Hannah Gartz today at the re-opening of Rio Grande Orthodontics underway today until 4:30 p.m. at 3250 Trinity Dr. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com
Dr. Ryan Gardiner with assistant Maria Roybal
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New Mexico True Stakes Claim As ‘Chile Capital Of The World’ In New Marketing Campaign Launching Today
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SANTA FE – The New Mexico Tourism Department is staking its claim as “Chile Capital of the World” in its new marketing campaign, which launched today.
As the state’s signature crop, the campaign aims to highlight the culture and cuisine while inspiring statewide pride during New Mexico’s richest season.
“This campaign is about embracing and owning what really makes New Mexico True and declaring that New Mexico
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I have a face for radio and a heart for fundraising! When I was a young radio intern, I worked the overnight shift, until a new young student came in the door. I don’t recall his name, but he was an adorable, red-haired, freckle faced, high school student, who always said he had a face for radio, and it stuck with me ever since.
I do have a heart for fundraising, relationship building and promotion, too. There is never enough time in the day to talk about all of the good that takes place. Here are just a few items in store for the month of September, at your local
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Roger Montoya and Moving Arts Española CNN HERO distinction could only be made possible because of YOU–––our community.
This is the direct reflection of the beautiful work we create together. And for that, we’re inviting you to join us in celebrating 6:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6, with a fun, family friendly event.
We’ll have free food and special screenings of all the CNN Videos!
No one creates alone, and this community shares in our accomplishment!
Learn more here.
For more information about the CNN Heroes campaign or to check
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Tickets are free for members of the NNMC community and UNM students. Otherwise, tickets are $50 for the two-day conference.
This is a response to one part of Marco Serna’s economic position paper, in particular to his statements on the trade war with China. The “International pressure” approach that he espouses was tried for eight years during the Obama administration and got nowhere. All that is going to do is result in a lot of talk, and no substance.
However, there is a far more significant problem going on in China today that the public is largely unaware of. One year ago, the Chinese had about one billion hogs in their swine herd. 350 million of these hogs have died or been
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Tea And Fashion Show Fundraiser Features Modeling By Community Leaders; Benefits Home Building Mission
The Jeff Favorite family enjoying tea at last year’s Tea and Fashion Show. Photo by Jennifer Neil
A young house builder in Juarez helps the team build his home. Photo by Lynn Finnegan
It’s time to dust off the hat and gloves and have some fun. Trinity on the Hill’s annual Tea and Fashion Show, coming up at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 at 3900 Trinity Dr., promises to be a gala event.
In addition to sipping tea and enjoying a scrumptious menu of sweets and savories, attendees will be treated to a fashion show featuring local “celebrities”.
“Our fashion show, with all the clothing coming
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FATHER ROBERT ANTHONY BUSCH, PH.D. April 3, 1962 – Aug. 27, 2019
Father Robert Anthony Busch, Ph.D., who served as Pastor of St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Canyon, Texas and Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Amarillo, passed away August 27, 2019. He was 57 years old.
Vigil was celebrated at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Canyon. The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Saturday, August 31, at 10:30 a.m., at St. Ann’s in Canyon with Bishop Patrick J. Zurek, presiding, with priests of the Diocese of Amarillo and other dioceses concelebrating. Burial was in
Senior Natalie Gallegos goes up for one of her 18 spike-kills in the game. Photo by Nate Limback
Natalie Gallegos and Kalen Melton going up to block a Horseman spike. Photo by Nate Limback
The Hilltopper Girls Varsity Volleyball Team hosted the District 3A St. Michael’s Horsemen Tuesday night at Griffith Gymnasium.
The Toppers swept the Horsemen 3-0 but had to play catchup in two of the three sets.
Elisa Olivas had 29 assists and Natalie Gallegos dominated with 18 kills in the match.
Michaela Gonzales had a good night as well with 5 kills.
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Supreme Court Abolishes Prohibition Against Court Testimony About Private Conversations Between A Husband And Wife
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SANTA FE – The state Supreme Court has abolished a prohibition against spouses testifying in court cases about what their husband or wife told them in private conversations during their marriage.
The Court issued the ruling Friday in upholding the first-degree murder conviction of a Clovis man, David Gutierrez II, for a 2002 killing. During his trial, Gutierrez unsuccessfully tried to block the testimony of his ex-wife, with whom he was married at the time of the murder, and a second wife.
A divided Court abolished the spousal communication privilege in future criminal
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