• Hondo

    Hondo trip shows students all the possibilities in store

    Hondo’s high school took the day to head to Roswell, March 29, to give its students a look at their possible futures. Thanks to the Trio-Educational Talent Search program at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell, Hondo is one of several schools across the state that gives high school upperclassmen a glimpse [...]
  • Capitan

    Capitan FCCLA team takes the cake(s)

    Anyone who’s ever used the term “piece of cake” to describe something that’s supposed to be easy probably has never actually baked or decorated a cake before. It’s also likely they’ve never been in competition at an FCCLA convention. That’s just what a group of Capitan students did, March 15-17, [...]
  • Ruidoso

    SVP students get a special visit

    First and second graders at Sierra Vista Primary got a special visit from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History, April 6, thanks to the museum’s Wonder on Wheels mobile exhibits. The WoW 38-foot RV rolled into the parking lot at SVP as part of the Natural Museum’s tour of [...]
  • Ruidoso

    Making Ruidoso proud

    ALBUQUERQUE – Was Jennifer Staski nervous to see her kids go into competition at the State meet of Destination Imagination at Albuquerque Academy over the weekend? A little. “I’m ecstatic, and I’m so proud of the kiddos that did this last year compared to this year,” Staski said. “What a [...]
  • Ruidoso

    Project finally bears fruit

    RUIDOSO – For four years, volunteers and school officials have worked to serve at-risk youth in Ruidoso and Lincoln County. That work came to fruition in February with the opening of the High Mountain Youth Project drop-in center at the Jira Plaza on Mechem Dr. Mary Storey, project assistant for [...]

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Ellison earns scholarship to Berklee

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When Capitan senior Stephen Ellison saw his brother David’s unsuccessful attempt at getting a Daniels Scholarship, he wasn’t sure how much of a chance he’d have. But he tried anyway, and now he’s not only a Daniels Scholar, he’s also a future student at Berklee College of Music in Boston come the fall. Ellison, who saw his athletic career at [...]

Editor’s Choice

Ruidoso

Our after school program

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting in March, I (Todd Fuqua) began teaching an after-school journalism class to students at White Mountain Elementary, with the purpose of showing them the realities of writing and publishing. This stories and […]

Ruidoso

My Spring Break

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting in March, I (Todd Fuqua) began teaching an after-school journalism class to students at White Mountain Elementary, with the purpose of showing them the realities of writing and publishing. This stories and […]

Ruidoso

WME Kickball tournament

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting in March, I (Todd Fuqua) began teaching an after-school journalism class to students at White Mountain Elementary, with the purpose of showing them the realities of writing and publishing. This story and […]

ENMU-Ruidoso

Congrats Dr. Orozco!

Last semester, National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) members Samantha Hasenbuhler and April Reinier, nominated Dr. Cynthia Orozco for Excellence in Teaching award. The two students nominated Dr. Orozco because she works to improve […]

Ruidoso

Murillo Student of the Month at RMS

Kieki Murillo is an eighth-grade student at Ruidoso Middle School and an all-around athlete. She plays volleyball, basketball, softball and runs track.  Murillo has also played youth soccer and when the snow is abundant, she […]