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  • Looking Back - April 29, 2013

    In 1963
    Tuesday, April 30 — Three adults were fined $25 each and five juveniles were taken before juvenile authorities as the result of a street fight on Fourth Street, between National and Columbia Saturday night. Most of the participants in the affray were from Hot Springs Boulevard, Railroad Avenue and Commerce Street. They appeared before City Police Magistrate R.W. Eastland.

     

  • Looking Ahead - News - April 29, 2013

    Public forum on drones set for tonight
    A public forum titled “Killing by Drones: Human Rights Implications” will take place at 7 p.m. tonight (Monday) at Leveo Sanchez Lecture Hall in Donnelly Library. Speakers are Medea Benjamin of CodePink and Justin Mazola of Amnesty International. For more information, call 425-8980.

  • Weather - April 29, 2013

    Monday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 77. Northwest wind 5-10 mph, becoming west 10-15 mph in the afternoon. Partly cloudy at night, with a low around 43. West wind 10-20 mph.

    Tuesday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 78. West wind 10-20 mph. A 10 percent chance of showers at night. Partly cloudy, with a low around 42.

    Wednesday
    A 10 percent chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 57. A 10 percent chance of snow showers at night. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 24.

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  • Bullying alleged at East

    Baseball is supposed to be a game of strikes, courtesy of the opposing team’s pitcher, but for one Robertson High School junior varsity team member, the strikes came from a teammate’s punches.

  • Gov taps Baca for judge post

    Longtime Las Vegas attorney Gerald E. Baca has been chosen to fill the vacant judge post in the 4th Judicial District, the Governor’s Office announced Thursday morning.

    Baca, who has been an attorney for more than 26 years, said he would begin his new job on May 13. Between now and then, he will be shutting down his practice and handing his open cases off to other attorneys.

  • Senior profile - Rosalie Lopez

    By Lupita P. Gonzales
    For the Optic

    No doubt about it, Rosalie Lopez is a mover and a shaker. Her life story reads like a catalogue of activity that has taken her from her birthplace in Leeton, Mo. (“Mizzurah,”  as she pronounces it) then to Windsor, Mo., across to Kansas, then back to Warrensburg, Mo., all across New Mexico, and even to Montana and Las Vegas, Nev., eventually settling for good in our own Las Vegas. It’s an odyssey, no doubt.

  • Pendaries woman warns of scam

    When she got the call on Thursday morning, Iona Gamertsfelder’s heart started pumping a little faster.

    The man on the other end of the line told her that she had won $2.5 million and an assortment of other gifts from Publishers Clearinghouse. She was told that they’d be at her house later that morning. The man, who identified himself as Tony Brown, sounded just like Claude Rains, an actor who died in the 60s.  

  • Looking Back - April 26, 2013

    In 1963

    Tuesday, April 30 — J.S. Torres, owner of the J.S. Torres Furniture and Appliance Co., was congratulated on winning his 10th Frigidaire Award of Merit. “You have done an outstanding job of backing up your sales with award-winning service,” said W.F. Switzer of the Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corp.