Articles for the ‘Cuentos’ Category
The Socorro County Fair Queen contest is under way. Though the titles of queen, princess and sweetheart carry some glamour with them, serving in these roles requires a good deal of skill and poise.
Gabriel and Palajeres Silva were married at San Miguel Church in Socorro on June 26, 1916. The marriage began a Silva legacy, honored this year with a reunion held in July.
Michael Chambers, superintendent of the Magdalena School District, was sworn in as a member of the AASA Governing Board on July 10 as the American Association of School Administrators installed its officers for the 2013-14 year.
The Socorro Warriors football team raised approximately $2,500 last Saturday from the Mattress Palooza held at the high school gymnasium. The funds will help support general costs for the team. This was the Warriors' first Mattress Palooza, but it is a fundraising technique that is becoming more common in schools around the region.
Brandi Van Landingham-Jones and Jeff Jones, of Socorro, and Johnny Ray and Shannon Mounyo, of Socorro, announce the engagement of their son Cole Mounyo, of Socorro, to Bonnie McCauley, of Silver City.
At New Mexico Tech the annual Fourth of July celebration takes place on the grassy grounds of the campus north of Macey Center where events — and parking — are free.
Mail carrier Annemarie Murphy was honored by the Postal Service last January for coming to the aid of a man showing symptoms of diabetic shock in Shawnee Mission, Kan.