“Since the Museum cannot do our usual Fright Night this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have come up with something we think would be fun for the whole community of Tucumacri.” Said Museum Director Loni Monahan. Curb Side Trick-or-Treat? has been approved by the Governor’s office. The museum will decorate the front of the … Read more
The State’s guidelines for groups and gatherings have been adjusted due to increases in COVID positive cases. The following changes have been made in the document and apply as of the date of this post: On page 12 under the heading Student Affairs in the first paragraph the number of people who may congregate – 5 was … Read more
10-1-20: Mesalands in the News: Wild Horse Partnership Fosters Real-World Experience in Equine Industry
KAMR Amarillo Channel 4 News featured Mesalands Community College’s partnership with Carson National Forest to foster wild horses. The partnership allows students real-world experience working in the Equine Industry. The Animal Science and Farrier Science disciplines will incorporate the horses into their programs. The effort helps restore the ecosystem the horses were removed from by … Read more
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