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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Memorial HS student first in family to attend college, will go to Yale

Memorial HS student first in family to attend college, will go to Yale
Alejandra Salazar, 18, was accepted into 2 Ivy League schools
By Tiffany Huertas – Video Journalist


SAN ANTONIO – A Memorial High School student will be the first in her family to not only attend college, but also go to an Ivy League school.

River City Rockfest May 27th AT&T CENTER


The Reunion


The Reunion

  At the Historical Cadillac bar Just behind the court house “The Reunion” played to a small yet warm audience.

  Newly form, band came together by a rather an unusual way.

I ask Steven Martinez (lead rhythm guitar) how the band came about. Steve said simply “We had a family reunion and we needed music. I, and Cousin James Martinez and others decided to play and entertain our families.

  We had such a good time playing. We did not want to stop. We were encouraged to “Keep on going”

18-year old girl graduates college before getting high school diploma

Think your 18-year-old who has just picked their college is some kind of brainiac?

Then consider Indiana’s Raven Osborne.

Osborne, who has been taking college classes part-time, is about to graduate from college — before she gets her high school diploma.

And now she is going to be a teacher at the same high school.

Osborne, a senior at the 895-student 21st Century Charter School in Gary, will earn a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in early childhood education from Purdue University Northwest on May 5, then graduate from high school on May 22.