Jason, Sydney and Kerri Frazier prepare to spend the next two years traveling the world. Photo by Teralene Foxx
Our youngest daughter, Kerri (1991 graduate of Los Alamos High School) and her husband Jason Frazier told us six years ago they were planning on quitting their jobs, selling everything, and sailing around the world when they were in mid-life.
All I could think of was pirates, large waves and being cramped together on a small boat for days. That is something I could not imagine.
It certainly did not appeal to me, but it was their lives.
Community Education World
“NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS” is back after the holiday with a full slate of public affairs coverage.
Airs this Friday, Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. on Ch. 5.1 – There is no Sunday repeat this week:
• After voters overwhelmingly approved an amendment to the New Mexico Constitution requiring qualifications for Public Regulation Commissioners, the legislature must now decide on those standards. Fred Nathan of the influential think tank Think New Mexico talks about how he shepherded the amendments through the legislature and what PRC qualifications he’ll push for in the coming session
Key Amendments Target Energy & Defense Industries, Support NM Military Communities
State National Laboratory
Powerball lottery tickets are selling at a rate of 130,000 a minute across the United States today, according to reports, and the jackpot has risen to $550 million. Unlike the long lines seen in cities across the nation, local ticket sales were much slower this evening with a line beginning to form at Smiths on Central Avenue at 7 p.m. and just two people in line at Chevron on Trinity Drive. Victor Martinez is shown purchasing four tickets at 7:15 p.m. from Chevron clerk Robert Torres. “The first thing I will do if I win is help the homeless,” Martinez said. “Then I will pay off my
Photo: La Chocolatera (Chocolate Storage Jar) by Camilla Trujillo and René Zamora
The Histories of Chocolate, Mate y Más opens Dec. 9 and runs through Jan. 4, 2014 in the Hispanic Heritage Wing at the Museum of International Folk Art.
This exhibition will tell the tale of the earliest cultural mestizaje (mixing) to take place in the Americas through food. The exhibition will highlight foods that originated in the New World and foods that were brought over from Europe via Spain and Asia via the Spanish Manila Galleons.
Several special sections in the exhibition highlight specific food
Crews remove the wrecked paint truck, shown here Nov. 16 near West Jemez Road and N.M. 4, that went off the ‘second hair pin’ turn at mile marker 49 out of Los Alamos Sept. 18. Photo by Katherine Watson
The truck left the highway Sept. 18 and landed 200-300 yards down a steep rugged cliff into Bandelier National Monument property. The driver of the semi was able to escape the mangled wreck and crawl partially up the cliff, according to a witness at the scene. Los Alamos Fire Department rescue crews used ropes and a pulley to climb down the cliff and rescue the driver. A massive quantity of
State Public Safety Police
Kelvin Doe. Courtesy/www.adamcohn.com
Kelvin Doe, 15, is an engineering whiz living in Sierra Leone who scours trash bins for spare parts, which he uses to build batteries, generators and transmitters.
Completely self-taught, Doe has created his own radio station where he broadcasts news and plays music under the moniker, DJ Focus.
Doe became the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT.
New Mexico House Chambers. Photo by Jim Wayne
New Mexico PBS’ Public Affairs Series “NEW MEXICO IN FOCUS” airs at 7 p.m. today, Nov. 23 on Ch. 5.1 – There is no Sunday repeat this week.
- An In-Depth Look At What Lawmakers Face When They Convene At The Roundhouse In January – Plus, Gov. Susana Martinez’s Election Year Political Strategy & What It Means For The Next Legislative Session
- As New Mexico’s Centennial Year Winds Down, David Holtby, Author of “THE 47th STAR,” Talks About Stories & Characters Behind New Mexico’s Struggles For Statehood
- The Film Based on
- El Paso Electric New Mexico customers to receive bill credits - Las Cruces Sun-News
- Choosing A New District Judge In New Mexico - KRWG
- DA won't prosecute New Mexico park ranger in fatal shooting - KOB
- New Mexico to expand nursing home visitation, Doña Ana County not selected - KFOX El Paso
- New Mexico Man Accused of Driving Impaired for the 14th Time - U.S. News & World Report
- New phone scam claims grandparents kidnapped - KRQE News 13