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Students in Rick Wiles’ fifth-period, above, and sixth-period, below, EMS classes display the gift baskets they collected to show their appreciation to local dispatchers.  Ben Theobald - Daily Press

Students in Rick Wiles’ fifth-period, above, and sixth-period, below, EMS classes display the gift baskets they collected to show their appreciation to local dispatchers. Ben Theobald – Daily Press

12-16-ClassShowsAppreciationOfDispatchPeriod6Class(2)By BEN THEOBALD
Daily Press Staff Writer
When it comes to emergencies, sometimes the ones who are the most helpful may be the most unrecognized.
Rick Wiles and his students at Artesia High School showed their appreciation recently for the members of police dispatch. Wiles teaches an EMS dual-credit class at AHS in conjunction with Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.