Here’s a look at today’s headlines:

The Village of Santa Clara will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, November 24th at 3 on at the Santa Clara Municipal Building.  Agenda items include approval of the Election Resolution, possible action on hiring, raises, cutbacks terminations, and the like.  If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter, or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the hearing or meeting, please contact the office of the Clerk/Treasurer at 537-2443 as soon as possible.

On Sunday afternoon, November 22nd, W & N Enterprises hosted their 12th annual Thanksgiving Dinner for the community.  1486 people attended the meal at the Knights of Columbus Hall.  W & N Enterprises roasted 24 turkeys, baked 22 hams, made 28 pans of stuffing, cooked about 300 pounds of potatoes, and bakes seven full sheet cakes and various other snacks, desserts and sides.  They also donate over 100 toys to children that come with the families to dinner.

In sports action, WNMU Mustang Basketball lost a close game to Benedictine University at Mesa, 73-65, Friday night.  WNMU is currently 0 and 4 for the season.  Basketball will be off for Thanksgiving Break, and return to action Tuesday, December 1st at 7 pm – a rematch with Benedictine University at Mesa, but this time on home soil.

The Women’s Basketball team fell to Angelo State University 85-47 on Saturday afternoon.  The girls are playing 2 and 2 for the season so far.  The Lady ‘Stangs will remain in Texas as they will face Division I Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on today at 4:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time for an exhibition contest.

Spaceport America will be hosting a drone summit next spring. Officials with the New Mexico Spaceport Authority say the three-day event in March is expected to draw more than 1,000 people, from drone pilots and enthusiasts to film professionals.

Authorities say hundreds of New Mexico residents who were students of a for-profit college chain will receive $632,000 in student-loan forgiveness as a result of a settlement of a multistate investigation into consumer complaints.