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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 r 2010 J' NMSU's aerospace engineeri lg program to launch graduate program,in the fall Submitted by NMSUILas Cruces, NM New Mexico" State University's fledgling, but rap- idly growing aerospace engineer- ing program, gained approval in December to begin offering master's and doctoral degrees. The graduate program will accept LHS volleyball, football awards February 4 Lordsburg High School will host the 2009 Volleyball and Foot- ball Athletic Awards on Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. at the LHS Cafetorium. The awards program will honor the student- athlete who participated in vol- leyball and football this past sea- son. Team awards, all-district awards, and certificates for letter- ing and participation will be pre- sented. The public is invited to attend. its first students in fall 2010. On Dec! 15, the New Mexico State Board of Finance awarded final approval for the program to move aheadi successfully closing a thre.e-year, approval process. After spending 2007 drafting and perfecting a proposal for the advanced degree program, Tom Burton, mechanical and aero- space engineering department head, presented it to university officials. In 2008, the Board of Regents approved the proposal, thanks in pa;t to the rapid suc- cess of th undergraduate pro- gram, whigh was approved in 2003 and began in 2006. This year more than 60 en- tering freshmen declared them, selves aerospace engineering majors - the largest year-to-year increase in the program's short history. Another 60 are expected in the fall, 'and an external study calls for a $1 million increase in the program to support students and hire S'ix full-time faculty ' members. The program employs two full-time faculty members at present, with two more projected to start in the fall. "This is an opportune time to introduce a graduate program in aerospace at NMSU," said In- terim College of Engineering Dean Kenneth R. White. "We have many strong relationships with the aerospace industry, NASA, White Sands Missile Range and the developing Space- port America, where our research and students play an important role." While the undergraduate program needed approval only through university channels, graduate programs must get the green light at the state level, through an extensive and detailed nine-step process that begins with the department head and academic dean and culminates, if successful, with the State Board of Finance for approval. On the state level the approval process for graduate programs requires an extensive external approval pro- cess through various bodies in- cluding the New Mexico Gradu- ate Deans Council, the Academic Council, the New Mexico Higher Education Department, the New Mexico Higher Education Re- view Board and the State Board of Finance. Panthers travel to Michael Smith with the easy Gabriel Hernandez goes up for lay-up. 2. 00mlimas Panthers take On Cougars in San Simon By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ win, 61-'16. The Varsity boys' Hidalgo County Herald game was a little closer, but Reserve Jan. 30 By ELIZABETH 'RICHINSI Hidalgo County Herald On Saturday, January 30, the Animas Panther basketball teams, JV and Varsity, traveled to Re- serve to take on the Mountain- eers. The Varsity teams are now entering District play, so this game really mattered to them. The JV girls were the first to play, and though it was a tough game physically, the Lady Pan- thers pulled through with a win 59-22. Next, the JV boys played. Their game was a bit closer, and though the Mountaineers began to catch up at the end, the Pan- thers were able to keep the lead and won by 2 points. As for the Varsity teams, the girls played first. The game started out a little rocky, with the Lady Mountaineers staying within just a few points. Once the Panthers got going, though', there was no stopping them. They beat The Animas Panther,basket, bl:teams traveled to San Simon on Thursday, January 28 to take on the Bowie/San Simon Cou- gars. Only the 2 Varsify teams played and each team came out on top. The Varsity girls' game was first, and the Panthers played very well. They came.out with the Animas fpught through it and also o .-the Ly Mouataihem,lown the came oust with a win. The San Simon game was both Animas girls' arid boys' last seasonal game, anl now they enter District play. Cdme on out and support our Panthers as they' get closer to the end bf their season! r ., tlti nnmE i Sunday, February 7 MAVERICK LOUNGE court every play anded up winning big, with the finai score being 69-30. The Varsity boys' game was the last one of the night, and it was a really good game to watch. The boys played really hard, and though it was close, the Panthers fell a little short. HAPPY 9TH BIRTH Doors Open at, 3 PM Potluck-Bring a Dish Must be 21 to enter I I f Boothee112.owbotj Poe :f00l Fiesta Lo rdsburg-Hidalgo County Museum Benefit Saturday, February 20, 2010 5:00 PM at the Museum 708 East 2nd Street in Lordsburg, NM r t e r s Top Ente ain ! Free Hamburgers! I $1 0 Adults *, $7 Students 7"ice[s a[ Verfa 's 7Uesfern 'K/ear 980 E.Motel Drive, Lordsburg Visit our Old West Museum Mon-Fri 1 '00 - 5:00 PM I I All District qualifiers: Lordsburg High School All District Qualifiers were (back) Daniel Rodriguez, Adrian Rodriguez,,Jordan,Jacquez,Eliezer DelaGarza, Javier Dominguez (front) Caesar Alvarez, Matt Aguilera, Bo Martinez, Ivan Ponce, Darian Jarrott, Caleb DelaGarza and Iram Harnandez. All State Qualifiers: Lordsburg High School All State Qualifiers were Daniel Rodriguez, Darian Jarrott, Caleb DelaGarza, Javier Dominguez, Matt Aguilera and Bo Martinez. LHS athletes recognized at state level Courtesy submission offensive lineman Daniel bers from lordsburg, Tularosa, All-State, All-District, and. Rodriguez Capitan, and Cloudcroft. There All-Star game representatives have been chosen for the 2009 football season. The 2009 Lordsburg Mavericks were well represented in all three categories. All-State is given to standouts for the entire class of 2A. There are three teams for this award: 1 st team, 2 "d team, and Honorable men- tion. 1 st Team All-State-Of- fense: RunningBack Caleb Honorable Mention All- are two teams for this award: 1 t State Defense: Linebacker Daniel team and 2 "d team. 1 t Team All-District: Matt Aguilera, Robert Chaires, Daniel Rodriguez, Darian Jarrott, Caleb De La Garza, Javier Dominguez, and Bo Martinez. 2 "d Team All-District: Iram Hernandez, Adrian Rodriguez, Jordan Jacquez, Ivan 'Ponce, Caesar Alvarez, Zachary Talavera, and Eliezer De La Garza. Co Defensive Player of De La Garza, Tight End Matt the Year: , Matt Aguilerav Aguilera, and. offensive State All Stars: Lorasburg HIgWSChool shared with James Vigil from: Lineman Darian Jarrott. State All Stars were Daniel Rodriguez, Tularosa. 1 ' Team All-State-De- Darian Jarrott and Matt Aguilera. This year's North/South fense: defensive lineman Robert'Chaires, defensive end Bo Martinez, Linebacker Matt Aguilera, and defensive back Javier Dominguez. 2 nJ Team All-.State-Offense: Rodriguez. All-District is given to standouts within a team's re- spected District. In Lordsburg's case All-DistriCt includes mere- All-Star game will be repre- sented by four Lordsbnrg Maver- icks.: Robert Chaires, Darian Jarrott, Matt Aguilera, and Daniel Rodriguez. The game will be held in Albuquerque on June 11, 2010. Lovo- morn, nau. mikeg, t nana G Tata, David "9 EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO 00mv00h Z, ZO(O DAVID ARREDONDO MUNICIPAL JUDGE i PAID FOR BY COMITTEE TO RELECT DAVID ARREDONDO The beauty of a town like "Lordsburg". It is not the Wal-Mart we don't have! It is not the super grocery store we don't have! It is not the hospital or drug store we don't But the beauty of a town like %ordsburg", It is the Character of our People Character is a Victory.  The 12th man on a football team is essential. The 6th man on a basketball team is necessary. The extra players on the bench are all needed, me can be said of "All the People of Lordsburg ". PAID BY CANDIDATE They are The Voiee. ALExDE LA GARZA to Position 1 on the Lordsburg City Council on March 2, 2010 i ).,