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  • Noticias - May 26, 2017

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    • The “Sí Se Puede” group of Narcotics Anonymous meets at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday nights at 310 Mills Ave. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call the NA helpline: 800-925-4186 or Frances at 575-815-8544.

    • If you are a non-profit or church and need volunteers on a regular basis, contact the San Miguel County DWI Office at 425-7998.

  • Que Pasa - May 26, 2017


    1:30 to 7 p.m.
    The grand opening celebration of the Abe Montoya Recreation Center from 1:30 to 7 p.m. All recreation services will be available free of charge during the celebration, including free open swims in the newly renovated pool. Food, a DJ and children’s activities including a kiddy bounce will also be part of the celebration.


    10:45 a.m.

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  • Dispatch New Mexico - The twists and turns en route to special legislative session

    OK, settle down, everybody seems to be saying as this latest special session approaches in Santa Fe; the only way to accomplish anything is to sit down and talk. And so they did, late last week and into this week, in preparation for the gavel coming down, at noon on Wednesday (May 24), on yet another attempt to pass a state budget everyone can live with.

  • United World College commencement
  • Darley signs with HU

    “You couldn’t pay me to run track,” said Alesa Darley, thinking back just a couple of years and her aversion to the sport.
    Oh, how times have changed.

    Darley, an outgoing Robertson High School senior, will soon be a member of the New Mexico Highlands track and field team. With family and friends in tow, she made it official on Monday afternoon, signing a letter of intent to continue her athletic and academic careers at NMHU.

  • Topes edge Dodgers in walk-off style

    Oklahoma City pitcher Brandon Morrow needed just one more out to seal a big road victory Wednesday night at Isotopes Park.

    But Morrow botched a throw to first after Daniel Castro put the ball in play on a full count. Castro trotted safely to first, and — more importantly — Albuquerque teammates Dustin Garneau and Rafael Ynoa scored the tying and winning runs.

    That’s how the Albuquerque Isotopes defeated the Oklahoma City Dodgers 9-8, coming back from what had once been a six-run deficit.

  • Cowgirls in Sunshine State for nationals

    Eight is enough, New Mexico Highlands University women’s track and field team hopes, to make a splash in this weekend’s NCAA Division II outdoor nationals in Bradenton, Florida.

    Eight Cowgirls will represent the school in the meet, which concludes the 2016-17 athletic year.

    NMHU junior Osheen Erskine, a native of Montego Bay, Jamaica, will compete in the 100-meter hurdles. Erskine won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title in the event and earned first-team All-RMAC honors. She may also run a leg of the 400-meter relay.

  • Aiming for medals