My turn: Geology rocks

By Helena Rodriguez: PNT columnist My niece, Marili, was telling me and my other niece, Mireya, how challenging her college geology class has been. I was like, “geology?” And my eyes lit up. Of course, when I was Marili’s age, I couldn’t care less about the sciences. I guess I’m trying to make up for […]

Honors —

Sexton Kyle Sexton of Clovis is the recipient of a $1,500 college scholarship awarded by the Cannon Air Force Base Commissary. He will begin his sophomore year at the University of Florida where he plans to major in geology. More than 6,100 students applied for 625 scholarships. Over the past nine years, this program has […]

Day trip: Albuquerque museum houses meteorites

Courtesy of the UNM Meteorite Museum A pallasites meteor from Imilac, Chile, is on display at the University of New Mexico Meteorite Museum. Place: Meteorite and Geology Museums, University of New Mexico Institute of Meteoritics Location: The University of New Mexico Northrop Hall, 200 Yale NE, Albuquerque. The museums are 217 miles, or roughly a […]

May 15,1960

• Suddenly Last Summer was playing at the Tower Theatre. Tickets were 85 cents for adults and 65 for students. • Seven students from Eastern New Mexico University who were studying Historical Geology were spending time in the Carlsbad area studying various formations. • Plains Motor Hotel Coffee Shop offered a special buffet dinner for […]