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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2009 Central Students of the Week " Central Elementary School Students of the Week for April 13, 2009 were River Vasquez, Mayela " Pefia, Mariah DePaoli and April DeLaGarza. Courtesy photo WNMU Museum seeking Korean War memorabilia ~ By ABE VILLARREALIWNMU A successful exhibition fea- i ; turing local World War II veter- ans at the Western New Mexico University Museum has led to the upcoming temporary exhibition "Korean War Veterans: Remem- bering the Forgotten." , The exhibition will pay trib- " ute to citizens and families who , : courageously served the country , during the Korean War. It is ten- ~atively scheduled to run from >~ July 20, 2009 to October 31, 2009. Last summer, the WNMU Museum created a temporary ex- hibition dedicated to citizens of the Grant County area who served in World War II. Museum ' ~ staff members called upon fami- lies in the area to help with loan- ing memorabilia on a temporary basis. "In many cases, people who had memorabilia on display in their homes or in a box in the closet were not sure if items they had could help," said Phillip Cave. Acting Museum Services Manager. "Thanks to their gen- erosity they helped make that exhibition a success." The WNMU Museum is again asking the community for help with its new exhibition. The Museum needs items such as photographs, unit yearbooks. newspapers, military medals, and even uniforms to help aid in de- veloping the exhibition. The upcoming exhibit is funded by student fees from the Associated Students of WNMU. The WNMU Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday .from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To contribute to the exhibit, contact Cave, Korean War Exhi- bition Co-Curator. at 575-538- 6386 or cavep@wnmu.edu; or John Berry, WNMU Museum Graduate Assistant/Co-Curator at 575-538-6386 or berryj 1 @ wnmu.edu. Lordsburg Schools lunch, breakfast menu Monday, April 27 Asst. Juice Breakfast Lunch Pancakes w/Syrup Central Students of the Week Central Elementary School Students of theWeek for April 20, 2009, : were (front) Michael Tarango, Ramon Retana, (back) Zander ," Preciado and Monet Neave. The students are pictured with Mrs. , Woodard. Courtesy photo Hot Dog Baked Beans String Cheese Cheddar Cheese Crackers Lime Applesauce Tuesday, April 28 Breakfast Peanut Butter & Uncrustables Asst. Juice Lunch Arroz Con Polio Beans Tossed Salad Tortilla Chilled Pears Wednesday, April 29 Breakfast Cereal Bar String Cheese Asst. Juice Lunch Chicken Fried Steak Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Green Beans School Roll Orange Wedges Thursday, April 30 Breakfast French Toast w/Sya'up Asst. Juice Lunch Bean Tostadas w/Cheese Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Salsa Jell-O w/Fruit Friday, May 1 No menu available Jelly WNMU raises tuition and I increase By ABE VILLARREALIWNMU The Western New Mexico University (WNMU) Board of Regents has approved an increas$ in undergraduate tuition and fees for the 2009-2010 academic year. The move was approved in order to compensate for decreases in State funding. The 4.61% increase is the smallest i-n several years. Full- time undergraduate students will notice a total increase of $79 that is composed of a $36 raise in the cost of tuition and a $43 raise in the cost of' fees starting this fall. With the new fees. the total cost to fUll-time undergraduates per semester will equate to" $1308.00. a 4.61% raise from the 2008-2009 academic year. De- spite the increase. WNMU still has one of the lowest tuitions in New Mexico and has one of the five lowest tuitions in the region. "We are increasing tuition just enough to cover the tuition credit," explained WNMU Presi- dent John Counts. Increases are scheduled at all four-year universities in New Mexico to help compensate the decrease in state appropriations to the university. WNMU has raised its tuition enough to make up for the state's "tuition credit" reduction. The New Mexico Higher Education Department calculates a funding formula it uses for a tuition revenue credit that it ap- plies to all the higher education institutions in the state. The $43.00 increase per se- mester reflects increases in fees for Student Technology, Early Childhood Programs. and the Student Health Department ' in several years WNMU has continued with efforts to manage costs in recent months, while also supporting its growth in academi~c programs. Two new master degrees, a Mas- ter of Occupational Therapy and a Master of Social Work, where recently approved by the state. Capital projects such as the upcoming extension of the Juan Chacon Building are also esti- mated to begin on schedule indi- cating that the financial situation at WNMU remains healthy enough to move forward with planned projects. Before accepting any changes to student fees. WNMU seeks input from all students on campus. The Associated Students of Western New Mexico Univer- sity (ASWNMU) held its annual open hearing on February 23. 2009 to hear from students and departments on what fees should be increased or eliminated. The ASWNMU Student Fees Commit- tee submitted its proposal to the Office of the President after a vote by the ASWNMU Senate on March 18. 2009. Tuition for non-resident un- dergraduate students remained unchanged at $5916.00 per se- mester. To not risk pricing WNMU out of the market, the current rate helps WNMU main- tain its competitiveness with other "universities in the region. WNMU offers financial aid packages ,and assistance to more than 80% of its student popula- tion. The Financial Aid office estimates that it will continue its trend of offering assistance to more than two-thirds of enrolled studelats. The Chronicle of Higher Education ranks WNMU's tu- ition and fees as the fifth lowest among 81 four-year public uni- versities in the region. The Board of Regents autho- rized the increase at its April 6, 2009 meeting. The next Board of Regents meeting is scheduled for May 14. 2009. '2, 3 & 4 part business forms *Business Cards *Bumper Stickers *Letterhead *Photo Reprints *Invoices *Posters * Envelopes *Flyers *Work Orders ,I Receipts *Tickets among others. Only nine of the * C e r t i fi c a t e s 25 fees were increases, while *And Much More! three were decreased. Student fees help fund na- tionally accredited program such as the Child Development Cen- 212 (f" J~/[C~f [ ~l)~iC~ C~'~r~pr7~ / ...... ter that is host to more than 200 r children in Grant County. RVT Students of the Week. R.V. Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of April 20, 2009 were (back) LaShea Alvarez, Skeater Lassiter, Nathaniel Nava, Jordan Mendoza, Andrea Jagacki, (fro .nt) Xavier Sarinana, Adrian Alvarez, Karissa De La Garza and Estrella Mata. Courtesy photo HAY HAULERS Pacific Cargo Control 4" x30" Winch Strap with Flat Hook 102 Animas Street " Lordsburg Lic.#85219 PLUMBING BACKHOE INC. Tommy Chavez Free Estimates * Quality'Service Commercial & Residential Plumbing * Septic Systems Sewer Unclogging & Cleaning * Sprinkler Systems Gas Pi ping * Water Heaters * Mobile Home Hookups 200 Ben Hogan Office: 575-542-31,5,' Lordsburg, NM 88045 Cell: 575-469-5919 4 Photos Same Dq Service Call for Appt. " C " Hcdalgo Count H Herald 212 E. 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