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Today's News

  • All-RMAC baseball: Six from NMHU

    Six New Mexico Highlands University baseball players were selected to the All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams this year.  

    The Cowboys, led by head coach Steve Jones, finished the season with a 29-24 record. As a No. 3 seed in the 2013 RMAC Tournament, they went 1-2, losing to eventual runner-up and national powerhouse Colorado Mesa in an elimination game Saturday.

  • State golf: Quintana on edge of top 10

    Several of the usual suspects were chipping about on the upper half of the leaderboard as day one of the Class 1A-3A state golf tournaments drew to a close Monday evening at New Mexico Tech in Socorro.

    Kristen Cline of hometown school Socorro High held a one-stroke lead atop the girls’ standings with a first-round 75.

    Nipping at her heels were Sandia Prep’s Klara Castillo and Socorro teammate Shania Berger, tied for second with a 76, and Socorro’s Mia Salome, fourth with a 78.

  • Amezaga boosts ‘Topes past 51s

    Solid pitching, including three shutout innings by the bullpen, aided Albuquerque in a 5-2 win Monday night at Las Vegas, Nev.

    The victory allowed the Isotopes to climb back to .500 at 19-19 overall. The Isotopes and 51s were to play once more Tuesday.

    A four-run outburst by the Isotopes in the top of the seventh inning went unanswered and swung control to the visiting team. Alfredo Amezaga drove in three runs with a double to left field.

  • Little League - May 15, 2013

    Las Vegas Little League’s upcoming games are as follows. All LVLL games are played at Keyes Park.

    MAJORS DIVISION
    Wednesday games: Cardinals vs. Red Sox, 5:30 p.m.; Mariners vs. Angels, 7:30 p.m.
    Friday games: Red Sox vs. Orioles, 5:30 p.m.; Reds vs. Cardinals, 7:30 p.m.

    MINORS DIVISION
    Wednesday games: Thunder vs. Rivercats, 6:15 p.m.; Owlz vs. Paw Sox, 7:45 p.m.
    Thursday games: Sandgnats vs. Bats, 6:15 p.m.; Red Wings vs. Threshers, 7:45 p.m.

    SOFTBALL DIVISION

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - May 17, 2013

    Wednesday
    Baseball
    • Las Vegas Train Robbers at Roswell, 7 p.m., Roswell
    • Class 2A state tournament quarterfinal: Pecos vs. Cobre, 1 p.m., Cleveland High, Rio Rancho
    • La Plaza Little League games
    • Las Vegas Little League games
    Softball
    • Class 2A state tournament quarterfinals: Mora vs. Estancia, 10 a.m., Rio Rancho field 3; Pecos vs. Cobre, noon, Rio Rancho field 4
    Tee-ball
    • La Plaza Little League games
    • Las Vegas Little League games

    Thursday

  • New schedule for West

    Graduation is just around the corner for West Las Vegas High School; however, principal John Bustos is already looking into a scheduling change for next school year.

  • Filling judicial vacancy
  • Speaker to HU grads: Make a difference

    Kim Carpenter, a Highlands University alumnus and co-author of the New York Times best selling book The Vow,  urged the university’s graduates to go out and make the world a better place.

    “There is an urgency to go out and make a difference...,” said Carpenter, the keynote speaker at the commencement ceremony at John A. Wilson Complex Saturday. “You are the future.”

  • Mora: Lawyers lining up to help

    Mora County officials say attorneys from around the country are lining up to help them after the commission adopted a controversial community rights ordinance that bans oil and gas extraction.

    The ordinance is controversial because it seeks to restrict the rights that courts have said corporations enjoy. Mora County is believed to be the first county in the nation to adopt such an ordinance.

  • Drought worsens in New Mexico

    By Susan Montoya Bryan
    The Associated Press

    Major stretches of river have already gone dry, farmers are leaving their land fallow, and cities are clamping down on water use, but things in New Mexico just went from bad to worse Thursday.

    The latest map from federal forecasters shows exceptional drought has spread from a quarter of New Mexico to nearly 40 percent in just one week. At this time last year, less than one-tenth of the state was affected by what is considered the worst category of drought.