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Thursday, April 6, 2000

Sul Ross student presents art exhibition

"Next Left," a graduate art exhibition by Sul Ross University art student Therese Kelley of Alpine, will be on display until April 14, at the University Gallery, Francois Fine Arts Building.

A public reception will be held Wednesday, April 12 from 5-7 p.m.

"Next Left," works on vinyl, is a result of Kelley's studies in mixed media and alternative processes. Falling toilets and flying remote controls along with other colorful images become euphemisms for human irony.

For more information, contact the Sul Ross department of fine arts and communication, 915-837-8218.

Pingleton makes Dean's List at nursing college

A Pecos resident was listed in the Fall 1999 Dean's Honor Roll announced by the University of Oklahoma College of Nursing.

Wendy Pingleton, of Pecos, was listed on the Fall 1999 Dean's Honor Roll at the nursing school.

To be eligible for the honor roll, undergraduate students working toward a bachelor's degree in nursing must have achieved a 3.5-to-4 grade point average for 12 or more credit hours.

The college offers degree programs on the OU Health Sciences Center Oklahoma City campus, the Schusterman Health Sciences Center at OU in Tulsa, and in Claremore, Lawton and Woodward.

Child's fever needs quick medical help

New parents often are unsure when to call the doctor when their baby or child has a fever. Dr. Julie Boom, a pediatrician at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, recommends calling the doctor if your child is:

· Three months or younger with a rectal temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.

· Between 3 and 36 months with a rectal temperature of 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.

· Any age with a fever higher than 104 degrees or persistent fevers.

Do not give medication unless instructed to do so by the doctor. Never give your child adult or children's aspirin.

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