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Today's News

  • Six area teams among top-rated

    Area basketball teams have been rising in the polls, and the latest New Mexico High School Coaches Association rankings have several in the top 10.
    The organization released its poll on Wednesday.
    • In Class 2A girls’ hoops, the Mora Rangerettes are the No. 2 team in the state. The squad trails only Texico (121 total points and six first-place votes for the Wolverines); Mora garnered 114 points and five first-place votes from coaches statewide.
    Under the direction of coach Mark Cassidy, the Rangerettes have racked up a 12-0 record as of Wednesday.

  • Cowboy wrestlers top Wayland to win first dual

    Las Vegas Optic
    A couple of home-grown New Mexico wrestlers proved key in helping New Mexico Highlands collect its first dual meet victory of the season this past Sunday.
    Highlands defeated Wayland Baptist (Texas) 32-18 in front of a crowd at Albuquerque’s La Cueva High School.
    The Cowboys tallied three pins and one technical fall. Two of the team’s six wins were scored by New Mexico natives — former Santa Fe High standout Travis Saxon and Moriarty native and Gadsden High grad Chris Apodaca.

  • Pacquiao advisers rebuff May 5 challenge

    By Oliver Teves
    The Associated Press
    MANILA, Philippines  — Manny Pacquiao’s camp says there is no economic sense in setting up a bout with Floyd Mayweather on May 5 after the unbeaten American publicly challenged the Filipino champion via Twitter.

  • NMHU’s Latinovic honored by league

    By Gavino Archuleta
    NMHU Sports Information

  • Looking Ahead — Sports — Jan. 13, 2012

    FRIDAY
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men at Chadron State, 5 and 7 p.m., Chadron, Neb.
    • Robertson girls at Bernalillo (A,B,C), 4 p.m., Bernalillo
    • West Las Vegas boys, girls at Hope Christian tournaments, TBA, Albuquerque
    Wrestling
    • NMHU at Mile Hugh Duals, 3 p.m., Prescott, Ariz.
    • Robertson at Joe Vivian Classic, 8 a.m., Albuquerque

    SATURDAY
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men at Nebraska-Kearney, 5 and 7 p.m., Kearney, Neb.

  • Jets in upheaval; Sanchez criticized by some

    By Dennis Waszak Jr.
    AP Sports Writer

  • As playoffs near, Green Bay copes with grief, loss

    By Chris Jenkins
    AP Sports Writer

  • Mora Senior Center lunch menu

    Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers lunch menu with milk and coffee served daily.

    Monday, Jan. 16 — Closed for Martin Luther King Day
    Tuesday, Jan. 17 — Chicken and rice, broccoli, peas with carrots, pot luck rolls with margarine and oatmeal cookies
    Wednesday, Jan. 18 — Beef steak rancher, pinto beans with green chile, salad with dressing and strawberry shortcake
    Thursday, Jan. 19 — Pork stir fry, stir fry vegetables, salad with dressing, wheat roll with margarine and apple cobbler

  • Mora Community Calendar

    Jan. 13 - 19

  • An adventure to the South Pole

    Lorraine Hurtado, a Chacon resident, spent a season in Antarctica. She went on  the advice of her nephew Andres Martinez, son of Phil and her sister Mary Ann. Andres has worked at the South Pole for 12 years. He is an engineer. He helped build the facility.
    Lorraine wanted to get out and have a new adventure away from her home and familiar surroundings for a while. She had lost her husband of 52 years and needed a change.