October kept me busy travelling with only 9 full days in the office that didn’t involve leaving Hobbs. Fortunately, this month is nearly over and I have only one more trip out of town. Truly when you travel this much in one month, home becomes even more of a special place.
A large section of gymnasium seating in the Jack and Mabel Maddox Student Life Center was reserved last night for teachers, students and parents from Broadmoor Elementary School and it was packed. The event was the 26th match of the season for Coach Priscilla Morgan’s conference-leading volleyball team and our Mustang women did not disappoint, winning their tenth contest in a row and bringing their overall record to 21 wins against 5 losses.
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Last night in Tydings Auditorium the residents of Lea County were treated to a wonderful talk and presentation by heralded theoretical physicist, futurist and media celebrity Dr. Michio Kaku as part of the semi-annual Jack Maddox Distinguished Lecture Series. Dr. Kaku did not disappoint.