January Videos

entertainmentMills sixth-graders strutted their dancing talents after a week-long workshop with Maciolek School of dance. The show was Jan. 28.


HHS senior A.J. Richards proved his athletic talents aren't limited to the soccer field when he suited up for the Jan. 26 Staff-Student Basketball game benefiting NHS.


New Mexico Activities Association representative Robert Zayas was in Hobbs on Jan. 25 to caution student athletes about the lifetime consequences of underage drinking.

Fourth-grade students in the district's Discovery Program were the opening act for the Southwest Symphony on Jan. 25.

Broadmoor student Matthew Gomez explains his project to a co-competitor at the Jan. 22 District Science fair. Gomez, who analyzed the effectiveness of frequent hand washing, won the contest for a second year in a  row.


Jose Romero was one of three students to play the lead part during Taylor's version of "The Twleve Labors of Hercules" performed on Jan. 21.


Darby Cavanaugh, a Houston 7th grader, won the Lea County Spelling Bee on Jan. 20.

Alex Baeza and Summer patterson were named basketball homecoming queen and king during a special assembly on Jan. 20.

Sanger fifth-graders got a chance to experience Shakespeare first-hand when they put on one of his most famous tragedies, Hamlet, following a one-week workshop on the playwright which culminated with the Jan. 14. performance.

Cheerleaders had plenty to kick their heels up about when both the boys and girls basketball teams netted victories over Las Cruces during double-header action on Jan. 15.

The Eagles wrestling team, competing in its only home match of the season, had no problems dispatching Roswell and Ruidoso on Jan. 11.

Zeus and all the rest of the Greek gods were on hand Jan. 7 when Jefferson sixth-graders gave a performance of mythology they'd learned during a week-long workshop.


Hobbs High School hosted Andrews for a dive and swim meet on Jan. 4.


The new cafeteria/commons complex opened for business when students returned from Christmas break on Jan. 3.
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