Mesa View Elementry honored its graduating kindergartners with a drive through ceremony this past Friday. Students from Miss Emerson, Miss Ari and Mrs. Pena classes all were recognized. In all 74 kindergartner’s recieved their graduation diplomas.
Sweet, crunchy carrots can be easily grown here if the soil is properly prepared and adequate watering is in place. They are a dependable crop with few problems.
Question: One of our trees has developed a rustcolored stain at the base. Can you tell what this is and what we need to do about it? Sid G., Vallecitos, NM (submitted via NMSU Extension Agriculture Agent for Rio Arriba County, Don Martinez)
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CIBOLA COUNTY, N.M. – A quick walk through one Grants grocery store last week emphasized the challenges facing community members. Customers could purchase limited quantities of certain dairy products, but other portions of the display case were empty.