Positive reinforcement can do almost anything.
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The Socorro Consolidated Schools board met Monday at Zimmerly Elementary School for a programmatic meeting. They heard from several of the Zimmerly educators about their efforts on behalf of the students as the school strives to overcome the "F" grade it received from the New Mexico Public Education Department in 2013.
From paperboy, to high school newspaper writer, John Larson started out in the journalism business.
Attorney Darin Foster spoke early at the Dec. 19, Socorro Electric Cooperative meeting. Foster was previously with the law firm Kennedy Han in Albuquerque and part of the lawsuit naming the member/owners filed by the co-op.
At 9:15 a.m. on Nov. 12, New Mexico Tech professor Dr. Andrei Zagrai and his mechanical engineering students watched their brain child experiment blast off in a NASA rocket at Spaceport America.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation of Los Angeles has stepped up to help Socorro build a bridge — a bridge from the rich past of the area to the expansive future of its children.
Marine, Air Force and U.S. Forest Service representatives met with residents of the Cibola National Forest's Magdalena Ranger District area to talk with them about a proposal to continue and expand military training in the area.
The Socorro Electric Cooperative board of trustees certified the District III vote for Melissa Amaro at its meeting Nov. 21.
While a total of 184 people voted in the District III Socorro Electric Cooperative trustee election on Nov. 16, co-op attorney Lorna Wiggins has said the vote is not valid.
At the District II Socorro Electric Cooperative meeting Nov. 10, incumbent Trustee Charlie Wagner was voted in for another term on the co-op board of trustees. Wagner received 119 votes to opponent Manny Marquez's 80 votes.