Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp recaps the week's news and previews some upcoming events as he highlighted some of the articles in the latest edition of the newspaper. He also talked with Amador owner Max Bower about some of the events coming up at his venue.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman talked with Democratic candidates for U.S. Congress, Gabriel Vasquez and Darshan N. Patel.
Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman talked with Democratic Attorney General candidates Brian Colon and Raul Torrez.
Ceil and Peter Herman, Nancy Tafoya and Ed Montes of the No Strings Theatre Company discussed The Standby Lear, a new play opening on May 6.
Walt and Peter discussed items in the news, including last week's police shooting in Las Cruces.
Las Cruces Police clearly don’t want us to know the full story of what happened on the evening that 75-year-old Amelia Vaca was shot and killed by an LCPD officer.
According to the woman’s grandson, family members called 911 to report that she was undergoing a mental health crisis, and they needed help. Instead of professional assistance, their call for help resulted in her death.
The Las Cruces Public Schools has a special department: Bilingual Education, Translation and Interpretation, and Community Outreach. The goal of the department is to remove any barriers for students who are English learners mastering academic content and a new language at the same time. They work with students and their families together to help them receive equitable access to social support, enrichment opportunities, and services for growth of the entire family. Outreach Coordinator Blanca Ontiveros and Karina Herrera will be Nan Rubin’s guests in the studio to share information about this program critical to LCPS students who speak more than one dozen languages.
Think Again welcomes Gabriel Rochelle for a conversation based on his recent Las Cruces Sun-News column entitled "Facing the Spiritual Trials of Retirement" and touches on internal and external processes that often arise in the retirement phase of one's life. Considerations include: How do we relate to our new identity and sense of self? Without a job and a title, who am I? What am I going to do now with my new relationship to time? The exploration peeks briefly at mortality, eldership, our changing public persona, and our sense of purpose, meaning and relevance.
Stuart Kelter interviews recently retired pulmonologist, Dr. Paul Feil, who practiced pulmonology in Las Cruces starting in 1982 and established Las Cruces's first sleep lab in 1994. In 1988 he conducted high altitude research in Nepal, and in 1990 consulted to the USSR in high altitude research in Siberia. He has won awards for his work in both pulmonology and sleep medicine.
Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp and writer Mike Cook recap the week's news and preview some upcoming events as they highlight some of the articles in the latest edition of the newspaper. They also talk with State Senator Jeff Steinborn.
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