Thursday, January 23, 2014

1938 Doniphan 7th and 8th Grade Students

A newspaper clipping that has my Aunt Gloria Hildebrand with her classmates. Mrs. Hageman was also my 8th Grade teacher.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Tower 217 Breathes Life into Classic GI Building

A classic tower in downtown Grand Island finds new life. It won't be the luxury hotel that had been proposed, but there's hope it will spur redevelopment efforts.

"Either somebody has to do something with the building, or the building has to come down," City Planning Director Chad Nabity said.
City leaders don't have to worry about the Masonic Temple coming down if Amos Anson has anything to say about it.

$100,000 shoplifting ring busted at Albuquerque store

If you've ever shopped at the Mexico Lindo store on South Broadway, you know two things: the shop has a good selection of products and the prices are unbeatable.
But authorities discovered the owner was stocking his shelves with merchandise stolen from local merchants in the Albuquerque area, and after a four month investigation, the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department moved in.

The Most Misogynistic Law I've Ever Seen

When I was 18, I was raped.
Prior to this month, I could probably count the number of people that knew that about me on one hand. It isn't something I had ever wanted to discuss publicly, much less bring into my role as the leader of the Democrats in the Michigan Senate, but as Republicans in our state were moving to push an offensive new proposal into law that would require women to buy "rape insurance" in the event they were to become pregnant after being sexually assaulted, I felt compelled to speak out for the first time.

Mother accused of killing son has sordid past

Police say an Albuquerque mother accused of causing her nine-year-old son’s death may have abused him before. Court documents paint an even grimmer picture, including a lengthy criminal history.


Espanola charter school cancels class due to threat

Classes are canceled at an Espanola charter school Wednesday due to a reported school security threat.


Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Sha Na Na ~Teenager in love

Local men talk about their relationship with MLK Jr.

Doctor Lenton Malry was the first African American State Representative for New Mexico, but before he influenced our state, he was motivated by Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.
“I thought he was the kind of person I wanted to be in life,” he said. “I wanted to help bring people together and bring together a society that was segregated. So he really motivated me to do all these things.”