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Today's News

  • Blood-alcohol level not tested - Man gets 9 years for fatal crash

    Aileen Smith will never forget the moment her life changed forever.

    She and her husband, Zach, of Colorado Springs, were traveling on southbound Interstate 25 near Rowe in the SUV they had purchased six months earlier, and she had just texted her grandmother that they were back on the road after fueling up.

    Then there was the violent crash, and suddenly Aileen Smith, who was seven months pregnant, was surrounded by twisted metal and deployed airbags, her terrified husband asking if she was OK.

  • Parson gets 2-year extension

    Gene Parson has been in education for three decades and it looks as if he will add at least two more years to his service.

    During a board meeting on Tuesday evening, the West Las Vegas School Board unanimously approved a two-year contract for Parson.

    “It is a good feeling and it is quite a treat especially since it was unanimous,” Parson said in a telephone interview on Thursday morning. “It is very comforting that those that hire you and put you in this position have the confidence in you.”

  • State budget bill remains in limbo

    The Associated Press

    SANTA FE — A $6 billion budget proposal was sent back to a House committee Wednesday for possible revisions to try to break a stalemate over education spending.

    With the House still unable to finish work on a budget for financing state government, Senate leaders are starting to assemble their own budget proposal as the Legislature moves into the final week of its 30-day session.

  • Looking Back - Feb. 14, 2014

    In 1964

    Friday, Feb. 14 — The Impalas and Percy Faison with Litra Romero, West Las Vegas Schools band director, as master of ceremonies, entertained the New Mexico House of Representatives and Senate Wednesday in Santa Fe. The Las Vegas musical group and Faison received a standing ovation from the House after performing Spanish folk music, rock and roll, blues and ballads. They performed, among other songs, “Blue Moon,” “Never on Sunday,” and “Los Ojos de Pancha.”

  • Looking Ahead - News - Feb. 14, 2014

    Glimpses of the Past

    Glimpses of the Past, “The History of the Economic Development of the Southwest,” 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20 at CCHP/Santa Fe Trail Interpretive Center, 116 Bridge St. For more information, contact Fort Union National Monument at 425-8025, or visit www.nps.gov/foun.
     

  • Weather - Feb. 14, 2014

    Friday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 63. Southwest wind 5-15 mph. Partly cloudy at night, with a low around 37. Southwest wind around 15 mph.

    Saturday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 72. Southwest wind 10-15 mph. Mostly clear at night, with a low around 37.

    Sunday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 69. Windy. Partly cloudy at night, with a low around 35. Breezy.

    Monday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 58. Mostly clear at night, with a low around 29.

  • Jail Log - Feb. 14, 2014

    The following individuals were booked into the San Miguel County Detention Center between Feb. 4 and Feb. 11:

  • In Brief - New Mexico - Feb. 14, 2014

    The Associated Press

  • Caesar dies at 91

    By Lynn Elber
    AP Television Writer

    LOS ANGELES — Carl Reiner remembers Sid Caesar as a great flame who drew comedy writer “moths” including Mel Brooks and Neil Simon to his side.

    The genius of 1950s TV comedy is illuminating television even today. Shows from “Saturday Night Live” to sitcoms owe a debt to Caesar’s brilliant interpretation of material by Brooks, Simon, Woody Allen and Reiner himself, among others.

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