Today's News

  • Looking Ahead: Sports, March 25-28

    SUNDAY (March 25)

    • NMHU at Regis, noon, Denver
    • NMHU vs. Metro State (DH), 11 a.m., Cowgirl Field


    • West Las Vegas at St. Michael’s (DH), 4 p.m., Santa Fe
    • Mora vs. Jemez Valley (DH), 3 p.m., Mora
    • West Las Vegas JV vs. St. Michael’s, TBA
    • Robertson, West Las Vegas at Hope Christian, 8 a.m., Albuquerque

  • Fulgenzi shining in San Antonio

    Warren Fulgenzi Jr.’s excellence on the tennis court hasn’t missed a beat as he’s transitioned from high school to college.

    Fulgenzi, a sophomore, earned Red River Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors recently for Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. Fulgenzi won in both singles and doubles against Sul Ross State and University of the Southwest.

    Our Lady of the Lake competes in the NAIA.

  • Power trip: Hard-hitting Lady Cards sweep home debut

    McKayla Encinias smashed two home runs and two doubles in game one of Robertson softball’s doubleheader sweep of Kirtland Central (2-9) on Wednesday at RHS Field.

    The Lady Cardinals (5-4) combined for three homers and nine doubles in a 16-1 romp that ended after four innings. They went on to a 6-2 win in game two to complete the sweep.

    Kendra Duran went the distance in the pitcher’s circle in game one and allowed four hits and one earned run; she struck out seven.

  • Right on track: Coca, Montoya, Aparicio-Blythe win multiple events

    Angelica Montoya triumphed in two throwing events, Tonati Aparicio-Blythe crossed the finish line first in the 800 and won the triple jump, and Pecos boys’ runners led by Isaiah Armijo monopolized the top five in the 2-mile to highlight this past weekend’s Rattler Relays in Tucumcari.

  • No ordinary Joe: Singleton larger than life on Vegas sports scene

    Joe Singleton may have come to Las Vegas as an outsider back in the mid-1950s, but he left the Meadow City as one of its favorite adopted sons.

    Singleton, who arrived as a two-sport student-athlete at New Mexico Highlands University, went on to teach and coach at Robertson High in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s, later returning to serve as athletic director at NMHU from 1996 to 2000.

    Singleton’s death on March 14 in his Davis, Calif., hometown, has stirred up reminiscences among the many New Mexicans his life touched during his stays here.

  • County's closed-door discussion of P & Z commissioner under review by AG

    The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office sent a letter with eight questions in it regarding the way a volunteer county planning and zoning commissioner was dismissed last summer.

  • LVPD: Man forged Magistrate Court checks

    A Las Vegas man was finally arrested this month as a result of an investigation where police say he forged checks from the San Miguel Magistrate Court in October.

  • Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

    Sierra Vista Elementary first lunch students of the month for February 2018. 

    They are Awnika Tapia, Aidan Romero, Estevan Morales, Jayden Lucero, Raylynn Herrera, Brenen Deisler and Kaylee Sena.

  • Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

    Sierra Vista Elementary second lunch students of the month for February 2018.

    They are Mariah Garcia, Tatiana Kavanaugh, Ariana Sanchez, Roman Salazar, Sean Garcia, Elijah Martinez and Will Esquibel.

  • Recommendation to HLC Trustees: Highlands should be taken off probation

    Monday, Highlands  University received the most encouraging words to date regarding its accreditation probation.
    Highlands President Sam Minner emailed dozens of university administrators and others Monday afternoon to let them know about an email he’d received from the Higher Learning Commission, the organization that accredits most colleges in the central U.S.