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Ill li ljil lN]ilHnllU,Pi!mlllJgmUNmammGi mlllllimlli N IlialUlU Hlaai[llllli!ii alain iqili ........ e HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 2 2009- Patrick Ramirez throwing the javelin Dawna Walter hands off to Sky Davenport in the 4xl Panthers hosts By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald This year, the Hidalgo Re- lay Track Meet was hosted by Animas High School. The meet was held on Tuesday, April 14 and took place in Silver City, NM. The participating teams were Animas, Cliff, Lordsburg, and Reserve. Animas had a pretty good showing in the meet and the girls ended up placing 2"a in the meet overall. For individual placings, Jaci Hatch placed 1" in the 100m hur61es, 1st in the 300m hurdles, 1't in the triple jump, Hidalgo Relays and was part of both the 4x 1 and the 4xl relays in which the 4xl placed 1't and the 4x2 placed 2"d. Other members of the relay teams were Dawna Walter, Katherine Cavaliere. and Sky Davenport. Other then placing in the relays, Dawna Walter also took home a 2"d place in the 100m hurdles, a 2"d in the 300m hurdles, and a 1'' in the long jump. Katherine Cavaliere also placed 1" in the 800m run and Sky Davenport took 2"d for the 100m dash. Mafia Stammer also placed in the meet by placing 3,d in the high jump, 2"d in the 400m run. and 5th in the 200m dash. Elizabeth Richins placed 4th in the long jttmp and 6th in the 100m hurdles. As for the throwing events, Merrilee Richardson placed 2"d in the Discus. 2"d in the Shot, and Is' in the Javelin, where Sky Davenport placed 4th in the Jav- elin and Elizabeth Richins placed 6th. " The boys relay teams, both for the 4xl and for the 4x2, placed 3r~. The members of the relay teams were Victor Siquieros. Ernesto Veleta, Mat- thew Arambula. and Heri Bajo. Open House scheduled on nvironmental cleanup of abandoned mines Submitted by GILA NATIONAL FOREST/Silver City On April 30, 2009, an open house will be held in the Hillsboro Community Center from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. to provide information to commu- nity members on the environ- mental cleanup of abandoned mines in the Kingston Mining District. The open house is open to everyone. The environmental cleanup of the mining district, located on the eastern slope of the Mimbres Mountains within the Black Range'Ranger District, Gila NafionabForest, is~.expected to resume during the summer of 2009. Approximately 25,000 acres in area, the mining district is about 40 miles east of Silver City. Prospecting in the area be- gan in 1878 with the first rich piece of silver ore discovered four years later in 1882. In 1893, when the price of silver dropped and the mining boom ended, residents left the site but waste rock dumps and associ- ated shafts, adits, and other mine features remained. Indications of these past mining activities were evident in numerous sites throughout the Kingston area. Waste rock piles containing elevated levels of arsenic and lead were ex- posed on the surface on mul- tiples sites of the mining dis- trict. After extensive- environ- mental studies, the U.S. Forest Service started the clean up op- erations of mine sites in the Kingston Mining District on National Forest lands.. Currently, nine mines of 12 have been cleaned up. They have been consolidated on site or consolidated to a repository cell. Work is expected to re- sume at the~three mines named Unknown 10. 11, and 13 this summer. Cleanup this year involve~ construction activities such as minor road improvements, ex- cavating mine waste rock. on- site consolidation, and hauling to a repository cell. Construc- tion activities reqmre the use of heavy equipment, water trucks, and diesel storage. Temporary road closures may be necessary for public safety while heavy equipment operates in the area. Forest Road 40E access may be closed temporarily for short periods when necessary. Please contact the Black Range Ranger District at (575) 894-6677 for furLher informa- tion Tingley Clinic to visit Silver City Courtesy submission Children in the Silver City area with orthopaedic problems can be scheduled for an outreach clinic on Friday, April 24, 2009. Physicians from Carrie Tingley Hospital at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center will examine patients at the HMS Med Square Clinic, 114 W. 11th Street. Silver City, N.M. Children and young adults up to the age of 21, with chronic physical problems or difficulty with bones, joints and/or muscles, may be scheduled for appointments. Doctors, rehabili- tation therapists specializing. in seating needs and orthotists spe- cializing in support braces will evaluate and treat patients. Medicaid and insurance are accepted for payment. Written pre-authorizations and referrals from the patient's primary care physician are necessary. For ap- pointments, call 1-800-472- 3235 option 2. Advance sched- uling is requested. The.Carrie Tingley clinic partners with many communi- ties around New M~xico .throughout the year to prgvide; children and their families ex- pert treatment within their own~ communities. The hospital con-' ducts 39 community outreachl clinics annually in eight state-' wide locations. Carrie Tingley Hospital has. cared for New Mexico children for more than 60 years. In 1937, the hospital opened in Hot~ Springs, later renamed Truth or,, Consequences, to care for chilE, dren with polio. * ,~ Animas, Lordsburg students present By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald The students of Animas High School and the students of Lordsburg High School and DTMS were presented with a huge, 3-screen multi-media pro- duction, on Monday, April 13. in the High School Gyms. The high-energy film was called "Look Before You Leap" and was made by the Just Say Yes Foundation. Its purpose was to encourage pre-teens and teens to make good decisions regarding risky situations they often face. Two representatives from the Just Say Yes Foundation pre- sented the assembly, but the sky- diving stunts, and the film's host, Justin Lookadoo. were the main hit. The Just Say Yes Founda- tion focuses mainly on showing kids how to make good deci- sions in their lives. Instead of telling the kids "Don't do this" or "Don't do that", this foun- dation wants to encourage kids to say "Yes!" They don't en- courage kids to say yes to bad choices, of course, but instead to say yes to their futures and their plans. They teach kids about how one bad decision they lr make" now can affect their plansi for the future. The $600.000 Dallas, Texas" based project was brought to" Hidalgo County Students byl, Hidalgo Medical Services' Youth Power program. 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