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Today's News

  • State Supreme Court sides with unions in wage case

    The Associated Press

  • Honoring retirees
  • Qué Pasa - June 17, 2015

    TODAY HOY
    • A farewell reception for outgoing Highlands University President Jim Fries will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17 at the Student Union Building ballroom. Open to the public.
    • The Las Vegas-San Miguel County Chamber of Commerce will host a Business After Hours event at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 17 at the Chamber’s office at 624 University Ave. RSVP at 505-425-8631 or lvexec@qwestoffice.net.

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  • Editorial: Farewell, Dr. Fries

    Highlands faculty, staff, students and members of the Las Vegas community will gather at 3 p.m. this afternoon at the Student Union Building ballroom to bid farewell to President Jim Fries, who will step down from his post as Highlands president on June 30.
    Fries has served two stints as New Mexico Highlands University’s president. He was interim president from 2001 to 2002, and he began his current stint in January 2007.

  • Work of Art: Coffee, newspaper inseparable

    There’s nothing like the tactility (is there such a word?) of skin-to-paper contact with coffee as a chaser. It’s been my passion for decades.
    Let me explain:
    Few people will disagree about the benefits of having a morning newspaper with their morning coffee. It’s a natural. And those lacking a morning paper — well, what do we do? Do we save last evening’s newspaper and treat it as if it where a morning paper?

  • Carney, Wood top HU scholar athletes

    NMHU Sports Information

  • Hawks hoist 3rd Cup in 6 years

    The Associated Press

  • Robbers reach double digits

    Neil Madsen and Steven Taft connected on home runs and accounted for four of the Las Vegas Train Robbers’ seven runs in Sunday’s 7-5 win at division-leading Trinidad.
    It was the team’s 10th win of the year.
    But the visitors dropped the series finale 15-2 on Monday night in Trinidad.
    The Train Robbers (10-15 going into Tuesday’s home contest with the Triggers) host Santa Fe Wednesday at Rodriguez Park; first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.
    On Sunday, Tyler Shannon and Jordan Caillouet both notched three hits to pace the Robbers.

  • Robbers reach double digits

    Neil Madsen and Steven Taft connected on home runs and accounted for four of the Las Vegas Train Robbers’ seven runs in Sunday’s 7-5 win at division-leading Trinidad.
    It was the team’s 10th win of the year.
    But the visitors dropped the series finale 15-2 on Monday night in Trinidad.
    The Train Robbers (10-15 going into Tuesday’s home contest with the Triggers) host Santa Fe Wednesday at Rodriguez Park; first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m.
    On Sunday, Tyler Shannon and Jordan Caillouet both notched three hits to pace the Robbers.

  • NMHU track to host summer camps

    Want a chance to train with the 2015 South Central Region Head Coach and Assistant Coach of the Year?
    Thanks to a series of planned camps for all ages, there will be numerous opportunities to learn from New Mexico Highlands head track and field coach Bob DeVries, and his assistant coach Patrick Johnson, at the Highlands track this summer.