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  • A new chief for NMHU

    By Margaret  McKinney
    N.M. Highlands University

    Clarence Romero is the new police chief at New Mexico Highlands University, bringing more than 30 years of law enforcement experience, including 20 years in management, to the university.

    Romero is already a familiar face at Highlands. He joined the Police Department in 2012 as a patrol officer and served as interim police chief since January 2017 after Chief Donato Sena retired.

  • WLV, City Schools discuss combining resources

    West Las Vegas Board Chair Marvin Martinez and Las Vegas City Schools Board President Leroy Lujan are working together on a plan in which both local districts can work together for the betterment of the students. During a West Las Vegas board meeting on Thursday evening, Martinez announced that the two had been in talks about collaborating on programs.

    “It is so important to service the students of both districts, because we are one community,” Martinez said.

  • Comey testimony includes accusations of lies

    By Mark Sherman
    The Associated Press

    WASHINGTON (AP) — If prosecutors want the building blocks for a claim that President Donald Trump interfered with a federal investigation, legal experts say fired FBI Director James Comey has handed those over by recounting details of interactions that could show the president intended to obstruct justice.

  • In Brief - News - June 11, 2017

    The Associated Press
    No majority attained in British Parliament
    LONDON — British media are reporting that Conservatives can no longer win an outright majority in Parliament.

    Sky News reported early Friday that Labour held the seat of Southampton Test, guaranteeing that no party will reach the 326 seats necessary for an overall majority in the 650-seat Parliament.

  • Testing time for N.M. students to be reduced

    By Susan Montoya Bryan
    The Associated Press

    ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico students will spend less time taking standardized tests and will have two additional weeks of learning time under changes announced Tuesday by New Mexico Public Education Secretary Hanna Skandera.

    The changes are in response to feedback received from parents, teachers and school administrators during a statewide listening tour.

  • Trump claims ‘total vindication’ in Comey tweet

    By Eric Tucker and Erica Werner
    The Associated Press

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Claiming “total and complete vindication,” President Donald Trump broke his Twitter silence Friday morning to weigh in on fired FBI Director James Comey’s closely watched testimony.

  • Jail Log - June 11, 2017

    The following individuals were booked into the San Miguel County Detention Center between June 1 and June 8:

  • State officials warn of Medicaid scam

    Las Vegas Optic reports

    SANTA FE  — Attorney General Hector Balderas and the state’s Human Services Department issued a joint Scam Alert to warn New Mexicans about a new scam that involves callers claiming to work for the New Mexico Medicaid program while phishing for personal and financial information.

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  • Weather - June 11, 2017

    Sunday

    HIGH 90° / LOW 51°
    Sunny, with a high near 90. Windy, with a southwest wind 10 to 20 mph increasing to 20 to 30 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 40 mph.
    SUNRISE…SUNSET
    5:45 a.m. to 8:17 p.m.

    Monday

    HIGH 85° / LOW 48°
    Sunny, with a high near 85. Breezy. Monday night ­— clear, with a low around 48. Breezy.
    SUNRISE…SUNSET
    5:45 a.m. to 8:17 p.m.

    Tuesday