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Today's News

  • Cowboys, Cowgirls race into top three in Denver

    Highlights from Saturday morning’s Metro State Cross Country Invitational in Denver:

    MEN’S 8K
    1. Carl Arnold, Metro State, 25:45
    2. Eiger Erickson, Metro State, 25:47
    3. Nicaise Kazingo, NMHU, 25:58
    4. Ismael Samano, NMHU, 26:03
    9. Justin Lueras, NMHU, 26:49
    10. Henrique Chavez, NMHU, 26:54
    12. Troy Madalena, NMHU, 27:03
    20. Alberto Espinoza, NMHU, 27:39
    23. Luis Chavez, NMHU, 28:11

    WOMEN’S 6K
    1. Ashley Rietman, Metro State, 23:30

  • Cowgirls back to .500 mark

    Breaking a 1-1 halftime stalemate with two unanswered second-half goals, the New Mexico Highlands women’s soccer team defeated Nebraska-Kearney on Sunday to reach the .500 mark through a dozen games.

    The Cowgirls are 6-6 overall and 4-4 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. UNK fell to 3-8-1, 1-6-1 in the RMAC.

    The Lopers’ Raleigh Mercer drew first blood with a goal in the 34th minute.
    Julissa Rodriguez answered roughly five and a half minutes later, nabbing her league-leading 10th goal of 2011.

  • Ferrill serves up life lessons at LCC

    Luna Community College

    Former Highlands University football coach and NFL advance scout Carl Ferrill’s message to Luna Community College student-athletes on Thursday afternoon was clear and precise: be a good teammate and work within the team concept.

    Ferrill, who has won 13 championships during his 40 years in the coaching profession, emphasized the importance of communication.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Oct. 12, 2011

    WEDNESDAY
    Soccer
    • NMHU women at Adams State, 3 p.m., Alamosa, Colo.
    Volleyball
    • Pecos vs. Santa Fe Prep, 3:30 p.m., Sanchez Gym

    THURSDAY
    Football
    • Wagon Mound-Roy-Mosquero at New Mexico School for the Deaf, 5 p.m., Santa Fe
    Soccer
    • Robertson boys at Bernalillo, 4:30 p.m., Bernalillo
    • Robertson girls at Bernalillo, 3 p.m., Bernalillo
    Volleyball

  • Mora volleyball outlasts Prep, sweeps Monte

    Saturday’s hard-fought five-set win over Santa Fe Prep and Monday’s sweep at Monte del Sol have the Mora Rangerettes sitting pretty in District 2-2A volleyball.

    The team hosts its “Dig Pink” night Friday when Peñasco visits Montoya Gymnasium; the evening is dedicated to breast cancer awareness.

    Mora’s win over Prep drew high praise from head coach Jacquelyn Sanchez.

  • County tackles redistricting

    A series of public hearings have been scheduled to gather input on three redistricting proposals that would radically alter the boundaries of commission districts in San Miguel County.

    Hearings are being held for each of the five districts. The first one will be for District 3 beginning this Thursday at 6 p.m. in the San Miguel County Commission Chambers.

    Counties are required to redraw district boundaries every 10 years if there are substantial population shifts within districts.

  • Highlands Parade
  • Charged CYFD worker quits

    The Las Vegas woman arrested in August for allegedly hosting an out-of-control, underage drinking party at her home has resigned from the Children, Youth and Families Department.


    Justina Romero, 29, notified San Miguel County Magistrate Court of her resignation on Sept. 28, according to online court records. Romero was a CYFD caseworker at the time of her August arrest. She is slated to be in court at 9 a.m. on Tuesday for a preliminary hearing where a judge will decide whether there is sufficient evidence to remand her case to district court for trial.

  • Man is arrested for stealing dog

    Thirty-eight-year-old Wayne Castle called up his ex-girlfriend on Sept. 29 and told her he was going to take her dog and slit its throat, according to a court document.


    The woman said Castle then showed up at her Mullins Drive home at 10:15 p.m. that night wanting to talk about getting back together. She wasn’t interested and asked him to leave.

  • Block formally resigns PRC seat

    By Barry Massey
    The Associated Press
    SANTA FE — Public Regulation Commissioner Jerome Block Jr. stepped down from his $90,000-a-year job on Friday, a little more than a week after he pleaded guilty to felony charges over the misuse of taxpayer money.
    Block’s resignation became effective at 3 p.m. this past Friday, which was pay day for members of the PRC and its commissioners.